FACE MASKS
AND COVERINGS

PROTECT YOUR HEALTH

Members of the public in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland are recommended to wear a face covering in enclosed public spaces where social distancing isn’t possible and in those places where there is contact with people one does not normally meet. This is most important for short periods indoors in crowded areas, such as, on public transport or in some shops.

Our Face Masks/Coverings are made of high quality non-woven fabric and filter paper which provides a soft and comfortable perfect fit.

AVAILABLE IN 5 PACK OR 50 PACK

Ear loops for a comfortable fit
Made of high quality fabric

Features*

  • BFE≥98% Bacterial filtration efficiency ≥98%
  • PFE≥98% Particular filtration efficiency ≥98%
  • Differential pressure <40Pa/cm2
  • Made of high quality non-woven fabric and filter paper
  • Soft and comfortable perfect fit
  • Complies with ASTM F2100 Type II
  • Complies with EN14683:2019
  • CE Certified

*applies to the blue face mask

 

ANTI-DROPLETS

 

COMFORTABLE &
BREATHABLE

ADJUSTABLE
NOSE-BRIDGE

AVAILABLE IN 5 PACK OR 50 PACK

Ear loops for a comfortable fit

Made of high quality fabric

  • Made of high quality non-woven fabric and filter paper
  • Soft and comfortable perfect fit
  • Adjustable Nose Bridge

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I wear my face mask/covering?
 
  1. Before touching the mask, clean your hands with soap and water, or hand sanitiser.
  2. The mask is worn with the stiff bendable strip at the top, with the coloured side facing outwards.
  3. Hold the mask by the ear loops and place a loop around each ear.
  4. Pinch the nose strip to mould to the shape of your nose.
  5. Pull the bottom of the mask over your mouth and chin.

 

How do I remove my mask?
 

Before touching the mask, clean your hands with soap and water, or hand sanitiser.
Avoid touching the front of the mask, as it may be contaminated. Only touch the ear loops.
Unhook both ear loops and gently lift the mask away from your face.
Holding the mask only by the ear loops, dispose of the mask in the bin.
Clean your hands with soap and water, or hand sanitiser again.

What should I do if I am concerned about breathing difficulties whilst wearing a face mask?
 

It is advised by the government that face coverings (including masks) shouldn’t be worn by people who may have breathing difficulties while wearing a face covering.

Who can wear a mask?
 

Face coverings shouldn’t be used by children under the age of two or anyone who can’t manage them correctly. Those with pre-existing respiratory conditions should consult a medical professional.