What distinguishes the different types of masks?

REMEMBER: This product is manufactured using technology that reduces the risk of airborne infections, but in no way replaces proper hygiene practices, personal health habits or other forms of reducing the risk of exposure.
Maseczka Fine Guard Comfort

Fine Guard Comfort Protective Mask

The Fine Guard Comfort Protective Mask filters out most bacteria and viruses that can potentially endanger your health. The Fine Guard Comfort fabric of which the mask is made, thanks to the action of Livinguard® material, neutralizes bacteria and viruses on a molecular level without affecting the user's health. It is the only mask in the world approved by MWA doctors and is ideal for people who value health, comfort, and profitability of their investments.
Maseczka Fine Guard N95

Fine Guard N95 Mask Protective Mask

The Fine Guard protective mask combines all of the most important features that a protective mask should have. The N95 filter - the equivalent of the European FFP2 (American filtration standard that ensures the filtration of 95% of particles up to 0.3 μm in size) filters out airborne contaminants and the vast majority of bacteria and viruses that can potentially endanger your health. Furthermore, the Fine Guard fabric of which the mask is made, thanks to the action of Livinguard® technology, neutralizes bacteria and viruses on a molecular level without affecting the user's health. It is the only mask in the world approved by MWA doctors and is an ideal solution for people who value health, comfort and profitability of their investments.
Maseczka jednorazowa

Single-use Disposable Mask

The three-layer mask is most often found in hospitals on isolation wards or around patients with suppressed immune systems. Why? Such a mask protects primarily those around us, but not ourselves. When the mask’s user breaths, sneezes, or coughs, large droplets are “caught” by the mask. It does not have approvals, which guarantee the filtering of viral particles and bacteria. Such a mask has its applications, of course, and can contribute to limiting the spread of various diseases.
Maska ochronna FFP2

FFP2 Protective Mask

The FFP2 protective mask, often also called the anti-pollution mask, has so far been associated mainly with moving around big cities where levels of pollutants in the air significantly exceed standards. Can such a mask also provide protection against microorganisms such as viruses or bacteria? In a sense, yes. European standards divide masks into three categories: FFP1, FFP2, and FFP3. FFP2 and FFP3 masks completely cover the face ensuring better filtration. The FFP1 mask is not designed for antibacterial protection and is not tested for this. Completely covering the user’s face also significantly reduces the comfort of use. Inside the mask, the user experiences a much higher temperature due to the high temperature of exhaled air. This type of mask is also a single-use disposable mask and must be disposed of after one use.

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