How do I know I’m not depriving front line workers of essential PPE?

All of our products are made specifically for public use (non-medical, EN 149 Standard), so there’s no concern that you’ll be cannibalizing the supply to national health organizations. Our masks and respirators are ‘non-medical’, meaning they’re ideal for public transport, running errands, or serving customers in a small business setting.

How can I trust the quality?

We are an open book when it comes to our product’s certifications, specifications, test reports, and manufacturing origins. We deliver the best masks and respirators we have access to, at the lowest prices possible, without interfering with the procurement efforts of national health organizations. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any specific questions!

What’s the difference between a mask and a respirator?

Masks protect the public from the wearer’s respiratory emissions, and protect the wearer from some large particulate matter. They are loose-fitting. Respirators protect the public from the wearer, and protect the wearer from almost all large and small airborne particles. They are tight-fitting. Think of masks as ‘one-way’ protection and respirators as ‘two-way.’ Both are intended to be single use and should be disposed after each period of wear.


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