This consignment was part of 10.000, units we had to order in for our clinic & salon. We have had requests from our clients to purchase there own supplies through us as a trusted source.


    These disposable Surgical Face Masks come with elasticated straps that can be adjusted, fitting around your head. Will cover both your nose and mouth but still allowing you to breathe. Will protect you from inhaling dust, airborne particles and can help with high pollen.


    · One size fits all

    · Boxes Of 50 Split into two of 25 each in Sealed Bags

    · Allergy and odour free

    · Latex Free!

    · Ear loop design making the mask easy to wear

    · Do not expose to water.

    · Without Glass Fibres

    · Hypoallergenic

    · Very Low Resistance To breathing

    · Nose Bar Adaptable

    · High filtration capacity

    · Perfect Fitting

    · Most Important They Are CE 149:2001+A12009 Approved and were made April 2020

    Disposable 3Ply Face Masks CE Approved

    • CE stands for Conformité Européenne, which is French for "European Conformity." A product in one of the controlled product categories cannot legally be sold in the EU unless it has passed the tests to receive the CE marking.

      EN 149 - Respiratory protective devices - Filtering half masks to protect against particles - Requirements, testing, marking

      This European Standard specifies the minimum requirements for filtering half masks used as respiratory protective devices, specifically against particles, and the required laboratory and practical performance tests to assess masks’ compliance. Half masks used for escape purposes are excluded from the scope of this standard.

      A filtering half mask is one in which the facepiece consists entirely or substantially of filter material or comprises a facepiece in which the main filter(s) form an inseparable part of the device.
      Under the preceding EN149:1991 standard, the classifications were FFP1S, FFP2S, FFP2SL, FFP3S and FFP3SL. EN149:2001 classified half masks into three types according to their filtering capacities (e.g., FFP1, FFP2, and FFP3). Respirators that meet the requirements of EN149:2001 are designed to protect against solids, water-based aerosols, and oil-based aerosols.
      EN149:2001 differs from EN149:1991 in that it is mandatory for all products tested in accordance with EN149:2001 to provide protection against solid and liquid aerosols whereas EN149:1991 allows for the testing of respirators against solid aerosols only. On 1 August 1 2010, an amendment to EN 149.2001 standard entered into force concerning the reusability of masks’ dust filters, indicated by “R”, reusable, and “NR”, non reusable, and tagged as EN 149:2001+A1:2009.

      EN 149 defines the following classes of filtering half masks (i.e., respirators that are entirely or substantially constructed of filtering material):
      Class APF (Assigned Protection factor) Filter penetration limit (at 95 L/min air flow) Inward leakage