JSP® FFP3 Standard Folding Mask with Valve
- JSP® Dust mask with valve are ergonomically shaped for a better fit
- FFP3 protects against higher levels of fine dust (up to 20 x WEL) and oil or water based mists typically found when handling hazardous powders in the pharmaceutical industry or work with biological agents and fibres
- Hygienically sealed in individual bags
- Comply to EN149 (2001). CE marked
- For FFP1 folding masks, see JSP® FFP1 Standard Folding Mask without Valve
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Brand JSP® Classes FFP3 Colour(s) White Description FFP3 Valved Fixing Elasticated Supplied in Pack of 10 Type Foldable, disposable
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Your Guide to Dust Masks RatingsDust Masks are an essential part of PPE for many workplaces. Browse this selection of disposable respirators today to find the product which is right for your workplace
Good to know
There are airborne hazards present in every workplace. Here are the six most common ones:
Dust. This is formed when solid materials are altered or broken down. Workplaces where sanding, cutting, grinding and brushing are tasks that are performed produces dust. Fibres from materials are also considered as dusts. In general, the smaller the dust particle, the greater the hazard it presents. Use disposable masks that passed the EN 149 standard.
Mist. Work processes that involve atomisation, such as cleaning, spraying, and cutting or grinding using coolants produces tiny liquid droplets are considered as mist. As such, proper respiratory protection such as a valved respirator must be used.
Fume. These are formed by the vaporisation of a solid material by applying intense heat. Extremely fine particles are formed as the fume cools and condenses. Work processes that produces this includes smelting, pouring metals, and other welding applications.
Vapour. When a solid or liquid material evaporates at room temperature, it produces vapour. Many industrial processes release petrol and methalated spirits for degreasing at room temperature, and these vaporises quickly once heated.
Gas. These are air-like substances at room temperature that can travel very far, very quickly.
Oxygen Deficiency/ Enrichment. Oxygen deficiency is when the atmosphere contains less than 19% oxygen (or where conditions may exist to cause this to happen in the future. The risks of oxygen enrichment can lead to explosion and severe impairment of operatives. Conventional respirators will not protect the wearer from this type of hazard. You need special breathing apparatus for this.
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