Certified Particle Respirators

Masks for Against Solid & Liquid Particles, Viruses and Bacteria


A multinational team dedicated to the protection of people at high risk of contracting COVID-19 (SARS-CoV2) due to the nature and environment of their work.

FFP2 Mask

For Lower-Risk Environments and General Public Use

FFP3 Mask

For Higher-Risk Environments and Use by Healthcare Professionals

The Challenge

Low Filtration Capability

N95 and KN95 masks are benchmarked to filter only 95% of particles, allowing 5% of the particles to pass through the mask body.

Adulterated and non-certified masks flood the market, bearing no or fake CE certification markings. These masks are not offering high filtration assurance and jeopardize the health of users..

2-8% Inward

The poor design and selection of inferior quality raw materials of most masks marketed, along with the fact that masks with earloops cannot be pulled tight to form a face-seal, due to the hurting force exerted behind the ears, leads to a significant percentage of particles (including infectious viruses) reaching the mouth and nose through gaps that exist due to inadequate sealing.

Imagine holding an umbrella which is full of holes…

Discomfort &

Demand for cheaper masks has led to the use of unqualified filter materials having high breathing resistance. Imagine trying to breath through a pillow-case…

High breathing resistance eventually results in:

  • Respiratory fatigue
  • Build-up and rebreathing of toxic carbon dioxide (CO2)
  • Excessive heat build-up at the area covered by the mask
  • Collapsing of the mask on the face while breathing

These factors severely affect the ability of the user to respirate and perform their tasks.