Medical face mask: PPE En 14683 Type IIR, YY 0469-2011
Medical face mask Flat: En 14683 Type IIR, YY 0469-2011

Medical Face Masks, Type IIR; 50 Masks

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Medical Face Mask Type IIR  YY 0469-2011 Compliant: BFE:≥99.3% Splash Resistance: ≥120mmHg

50 Masks per Box

These Type IIR compliant high grade dual purpose CE marked medical devices are designed to significantly lower the risk of cross contamination.

For high level protection on public transport or where there are high concentrations of people, particularly in enclosed places. The product offers very high filtration, fluid penetration resistance, splash resistance and adequate breathability. 

Medical Mask Features

  • Ergonomic pleat design for added comfort by keeping the mask away from mouth and to reduce liquid contamination from saliva contact
  • Fully enclosed noseband to ensure a secure comfortable fit
  • Latex, Cadmium and Nickel free construction, increasing the comfort for long-term use
  • Enhanced infection control

Recommended PPE Use

  • High level of protection for more crowded and/or enclosed people environments
  • Significantly lowers the risk of cross-contamination
  • Fluid splash resistant
  • For higher risk clinical applications where Covid-19 is suspected or confirmed
  • For clinical environments involving bodily fluids or blood-borne pathogens
  • High level infection control
  • Designed to protect all healthcare staff, patients and members
    of the public from infectious diseases

Medical Face Mask Certification Standards

  • Medical Devices Regulation 2017/745
  • EN 14683:2019 Type IIR and YY 0469-2011
  • 50 Masks
  • BFE: ≥99.3%
  • Splash Resistance: ≥120mmHg 
  • Bioburden ≤30cfu/g


How often should I change my mask?

These are single use so that cross contamination is avoided. The mask can be worn for up to 8 hours. If the mask gets damp then it is recommended that you replace it.

Why have 3 pleats on a 3-ply medical mask?

The pleats reduce the risk of fluid penetration by preventing fluids pooling on the mask. They also make the masks more comfortable.

What is the main difference between medical masks?

The main difference between masks is their certification level. Generally higher levels of certification standards require masks to offer higher protection and take into account the wearer's environment. For example you would not need a surgical respirator type KN95 mask in an open environment, KN95 masks are intended for healthcare staff working in high risk Covid-19 clinical applications or where the highest level of protection is required.  

Further Resources:  Public Health England; COVID-19 Prevention and Control Guidance  

Fitting the Type IIR medical mask

Correct mask fitting allows for a more comfortable experience whilst ensuring the mask is effective.

Securing your Type IIR fluid-resistant medical face mask

Source: Health Protection Scotland/NHS Lanarkshire

Note: Packaging may vary