FFP3 mask CE0099



CE Notified Body CE0099 EN149: 2001 + A1: 2009 certification

Personal protective equipment, not medical

5 protective layers


Box of 10 FFP3 CE Masks



CE Notified Body CE0099 EN149: 2001 + A1: 2009 certification

Personal protective equipment, not medical

5 protective layers

Size: 15.3cm x 10.4cm

Elastic length 20.5cm

White color

Nose clip integrated into the mask

Internal nose protector foam

Product type: non-sterile, with ear loops and hook for use behind the neck

Approximate net weight: 7 grams

Packaging: 10 pcs individually wrapped

Package size: 13.5cm x 6.0cm x 12.5cm

Carton size 1000pcs: 70cm x 51cm x 32cm


The mask is basically composed of 5 layers:

- internal part: 62 gr. "non-woven fabric"

-second layer: 32 gr. Melt-blown

- third layer: 39 gr. Melt-blown

- fourth layer: 68 gr. hot air cotton

- outer layer: 32 gr. "non-woven fabric"

2 elastic bands are incorporated, a foam strip, a nasal adjustment clamp necessary to keep the mask stable and adjusted on the user's face, and a plastic extender to be able to wear the mask in the lower part of the neck.

Filtering capacity: 99%


FFP3 Masks are frequently used to prevent bacterial / viral infections and to prevent breathing of harmful particles:

• In the construction sector;

• In the chemical industry;

• In the healthcare industry;

• As an allergen protective device.

The mask is also an effective protection for any environmental and atmospheric condition. It can protect against fog, dust, smoke, car exhaust and other pollutants.

It is personal and non-transferable.

How to put on the filter device :

1) Wash your hands thoroughly

2) Place it under the chin and press the mask loosely against the face with the nose clip on the bridge of the nose;

3) Pull the elastics for the head behind the ears (to use the clip: pull the elastics behind the neck and secure them with the clip);

4) With both hands model the metal nose clipper on the shape of the nose;

5) To check for proper fit, place both hands on the mask and exhale vigorously. If the air escapes from the nose, tighten the nose clip, if the air escapes from the edge, reposition the head for a better fit;

6) Recheck the seal and repeat the procedure until the mask is properly sealed

7) Entering a contaminated area with an unsuitable mask can cause illness or death.


 The mask should not be removed from the packaging until it is needed for use and should be discarded after use.

It must be kept in a place with good ventilation, clean, dry, avoiding humidity and exposure to contaminants.


It varies according to the type of contaminant, its concentration, respiratory rate of the user, the relative humidity of the environment and the storage of the product by the user. Therefore this variable must always be evaluated by the person responsible for determining the use of PPE. It must be changed whenever it is saturated (clogged), punctured, torn or with loose or broken elastic or when the user perceives the smell or taste of the contaminant. No repairs or maintenance should be performed on the product.

Under specified stock conditions (not in use), its validity is 2 years from the date of manufacture.


This respirator must not be used for respiratory protection against asbestos,
jets of sand, gas or in atmospheres containing oily mists.
It must not be used against highly toxic powders, i.e. with a tolerance limit of less than 0.05 mg / m3.
As it is a filter material and does not provide oxygen, it should not be used indoors and without ventilation such as: chambers, tanks, silos and pipes or where the oxygen concentration can be less than 19.5% by volume.
It must not be used when the concentration of the contaminant exceeds the values of IPVS (Immediately dangerous to life and health) or is greater than 10 times the value of the tolerance limit.
The product must not be altered or modified for use.
It should not be used by people with beards or deep facial scars as this prevents an effective seal of the respirator on the user's face.
Leave the area immediately if:
breathing becomes difficult;
- the product is damaged;
- experience any kind of irritation or have dizziness, nausea or pain in the head (this may mean that the respirator is saturated or poorly sealed on the face).

ATTENTION! If irritation or breathing problems occur, discontinue use and consult a physician.

Description of the types of masks

The "masks" are defined Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and are used to filter pathogens (viruses, bacteria and dust) from the air we breathe.

The greater the filtering factor, the greater the protection from pathogens, but also the greater the difficulty in inhaling.

PPE are classified into levels: FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3, (FFP stands for Filternig Face Pier, in Italian we can translate it with "filtering power") which indicate the power of the filtering capacity.

The main difference between the 3 levels is in the filtering power of particles larger than 0.6 microns: (1 micron equals one thousandth of a millimeter!)

- DPI FFP1 -> filter at least 80%
- DPI FFP2 -> filter at least 94%
- DPI FFP3 -> filter at least 99% (this model)

It is correct to say that the following standards are equivalent to the European standard FFP3:
KN95 (China GB2626-2006)
N95 (United States NIOSH-42CFR84)
P2 (Australia / New Zealand AS / NZA 1716: 2012)
Korea 1st class (Korea KMOEL - 2017-64)
DS (Japan JMHLW-Notification 214, 2018)


The Classification of all PPE is carried out by Risk Categories (Category I, Category II and Category III) from which they are intended to protect users.

Category I:

-surface mechanical injuries;

- contact with mildly aggressive cleaning products or prolonged contact with water;

- contact with hot surfaces that do not exceed 50 ° C;

- eye injuries due to exposure to sunlight (other than injuries due to observation of the sun;

- atmospheric conditions of a non-extreme nature.

Category II:

-Category II includes risks other than those listed in categories I and III.

Category III:

- substances and mixtures dangerous for health;

- atmospheres with lack of oxygen;

- harmful biological agents;

-ionizing radiations;

- high temperature environments having effects comparable to those of an air temperature of at least 100 ° C;

- low temperature environments having effects comparable to those of an air temperature of - 50 ° C or lower;

- falls from above;

-electric shocks and live work;


-cuts from portable chain saws;

-high pressure jets;

- bullet or knife wounds;

- noxious noise.

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FFP3 mask CE0099