Protective veil with rubber band 3 layers (FFP1) -50 piece
3-layer protective drape
Mouth drapes are the basic respiratory protection. Change the veils regularly and keep in mind that the effectiveness of any oral protection decreases the more the veil becomes wet. Also make sure that the drape is correctly fitted and worn.
it adheres perfectly to the face
fitted with flexible rubber bands
protection for users and the environment from droplet infection
high wearing comfort
bacterial filtration efficiency BFE 99%
69 in stock
Certified respiratory surgical drape
The drape with this protective filter captures aerosols, dust and smog particles or pollen.
It is a multilayer drape, which differs from industrial drapes in composition, number of layers and material used.
The veil traps various types of impurities in several layers and is commonly used in healthcare.
Protective rubber band for protection against viral infection and bacteria. High antibacterial filtration efficiency, hypoallergenic three-layer construction, soft non-irritating water-repellent nonwoven fabrics. Without glass fibers and latex.
Protective disposable rubber band for protection against viral infection and bacteria. High antibacterial filtration efficiency, hypoallergenic three-layer construction, soft non-irritating water-repellent nonwoven fabrics. Without glass fibers and latex.
Use of veil:
To put on the drape correctly, you will find a metal or reinforced strap on top. Place this part on the root of the nose and seal it around the root of the nose with your index finger and thumb with appropriate pressure. Place the rubber bands / strings on the left and right sides of the veil behind the ears. If you need to adjust the length of the rubber bands, shorten them with a knot. Make sure the veil covers your nose, mouth and chin.
After attaching and using the drape, do not touch it, only touch the fastening rubber bands / strings.
When removing the drape, do not touch the front of the drape again, which may be contaminated. Dispose of the unnecessary drape in a closed waste bin. Wash your hands with alcohol, disinfectant soap or gel and water. If antibacterial agents are available, apply them on your hands and leave them to work. Hand washing should follow even after accidentally touching the front of the drape while using it. If your drape gets wet, replace it with a new, dry one. Keep in mind that a damp drape reduces its effectiveness.
The veil itself is not the only protective device if you do not use and follow other recommendations to protect your health at the same time. Together with the veil, it is recommended to protect the eyes, hands and follow other hygienic measures and increase the body’s immunity.