Protective masks use a unique filter material consisting of fibrous activated carbon. The technology of this filter material is that it contains up to 80% pure carbon and has a high sorption surface. One gram of such material can contain up to 200 mg of harmful substances. Activated carbon is characterized by its ability to absorb impurities (gases, particles, viruses and bacteria ...) that are harmful to humans.
- promotes the purification of air from harmful and unpleasant odors; (carbon monoxide benzene; organic salt vapors; acid vapors; heavy components of tobacco smoke; nicotine; radioactive elements; mercury vapors; sulfur oxide; hydrogen sulphide; ammonia; essential oils; aromatic hydrocarbons; phenol);
- bacteria, viruses, and molecules of quenchable contaminants are trapped on the surface of activated carbon between van der Wals intermolecular forces.
- Recommended use up to 6 hours.
- an obstacle to the spread of highly pathogenic microorganisms after mask disposal.
During production, unique bonding technology of the material is used, which preserves the softness of the material and eliminates the coarseness and inconvenience of traditional methods of bonding materials (gluing / heating / stitching).