Our aim is simple. People need PPE, some people are going to volunteer to help the NHS and we want help them with your help. We are doing this for non profit and we are using our resources as our business is slow right now.
We have a small stock of surgical style face masks available to buy at three price levels.
- 50 Masks – £35.68
- 50 Masks – £45.68 includes a contribution towards buying FFP2 Masks for NHS volunteers (Contribution is £10).
- 50 Masks £60.68 includes a contribution towards buying FFP2 Masks for NHS volunteers (Contribution is £25).
Every £10 contribution will fund a 5 Pack of kn95/ FFP2 Face Masks to give to volunteers.
Before you buy Medical Masks please understand their usage.
Medical face masks also known as surgical face masks are a disposable medical device that can be bought in pharmacy and that protects against infectious agents transmitted by “droplets.” These droplets can be droplets of saliva or secretions from the upper respiratory tract when the wearer exhales.
If worn by the caregiver, the surgical mask protects the patient and his or her environment (air, surfaces, equipment, surgical site). If worn by a contagious patient, it prevents the patient from contaminating his or her surroundings and environment. These masks should not be worn for more than 3 to 8 hours.
A surgical mask can also protect the wearer from the risk of splashes of biological fluids. In this case, the surgical mask must have a waterproof layer.
But a surgical mask does not completely protect against airborne infectious agents so it will not completely prevent the wearer from being potentially contaminated by a virus such as the coronavirus.
So, Which Masks Protect Against A Virus?
A contagious patient should wear a surgical mask as soon as contagion is suspected. In Europe, for caregivers, it is necessary to wear a respirator of at least class FFP2 or FFP3 for maximum filtration of particles and aerosols when caring for a patient who is infected or suspected of being so.
Why Are EV Accessories Selling 3 Ply Medical Disposable Face Masks.
It’s actually really simple, the world governments have told people they don’t completely prevent the wearers from contracting a virus, but they can help prevent the spread and we want to help people to do what they can.
Due to China being one of the worlds main manufacturers of these products, originally there were concerns on the supply chain. This no longer the case. Our contact in China tells us that factories are being turned over to face mask production as they believe that everyone will be wearing them for as long as two years. This is because they prevent it being spread by contagious people. FFP2 and N95 masks are still in short supply for medical needs.