If you need the fitted protection of a filtering respirator with the lightweight, breathability of a reusable cloth mask then the AirPop Light SE literally is the best of all worlds.
The flexible nose seal is a revelation for anyone who wears glasses and is “tired of the fog”. When you experience the easy breathing of our filter material, comfort of the ergonomically shaped wings and soft adjustable ear loops, you’ll know this is the mask you’ve been looking for all along.
- Certified by BSI in UK achieving Kitemark status.
- Meets ASTM F3502 certified by Intertek in the USA
- Certified KN95 to GB2626:2019 respirator standard
- Reusable and hand washable up to 10 times
- >97% sub-micron particle filtration efficiency
- 3D shape doesn’t collapse onto the lips for easier breathing & talking
- Flexible nose seal adapts to fit a wide range of faces and sizes
- Reduced fogging for those who wear glasses
- Non-toxic, skin safe, latex free and hypoallergenic
Size: Sized to fit most adults and children aged 12 upwards
Inner Layer: Spun-bond non-woven polypropylene
Middle Layer 1: Melt blown electrostatic nonwoven polypropylene
Middle Layer 2: Pre-filter, polypropylene
Outer Layer: Spun-bond poly nonwoven polypropylene
Nose bridge bar: Polypropylene Frame ,MoldedTPE
Other: Does not Contain LATEX
Shelf Life: 3 years from Date of Manufacturer (Batch No)
AirPop Pocket Masks
This mask is not a medical device within the scope of Directive 93/42/CEE or Regulation EU/2017/745 (surgical masks) nor is it personal protective equipment
in the sense of Regulation EU/2016/425 (respiratory protective devices EN149:2001 FFP2).Always check that the mask is correctly fitted and covers the nose, mouth, and chin. It is recommended that this mask be worn on bare skin; beards can reduce the filtration efficiency to below the limits set out
AirPop facemasks are not suitable for children under 3 years of age.
It is recommended that children between 3 and 12 years are supervised while
wearing the any face covering.
MEETS ASTM F3502-21, SPECIFICATION ON BARRIER FACE COVERINGS.
THIS PRODUCT IS PRIMARILY INTENDED AS A MEANS OF SOURCE CONTROL FOR MINIMIZING THE PROJECTION OF THE EXPELLED MATERIALS FROM THE WEARER’S NOSE AND MOUTH.
THIS FACE BARRIER COVERING IS NOT A MEDICAL FACE MASK AS DEFINED IN ASTM F2100,
IS NOT INTENDED FOR USE IN MEDICAL PROCEDURES, AND IS NOT AN N95 RESPIRATOR.
Performance You Can Trust
AirPop Light SE Masks are quality assured twice a year by BSI in the UK earning their prestigious Kitemark Certification and they are also certified by Intertek in NY to meet the latest CDC/NIOSH ASTM F3502-21 High Performance Barrier Mask Standard.
Light SE exceeds the community mask standards across Europe and is certified in a CNAS accredited lab to meet China's National Respiratory Protection Standard: GB2626:2019 KN95 respirator.
Professional Grade Filtration
At the core of each AirPop is a layer of high-performance electret non-woven filter media which in independent lab testing demonstrated >97% filtration efficiency of <0.3 micron airborne particles such as pollen, pet dander, allergens, dirt, environmental air pollution and other airborne particulate matter.
Credit to The University of Minnesota Centre for Filtration Research for the SEM image of AirPop Light SE filter media.
Designed in “Airchitecture”
Our innovative 3D Dome design is engineered for ideal air exchange, reduced CO2 accumulation and allows for natural, easy breathing.
This also prevents the mask from collapsing onto the lips/cheeks which makes speech difficult and can exacerbate skin/lip irritation.
Clear the Mist
Simply flip out to accommodate larger size faces and also creates a flexible seal around the critical nose bridge area which is more comfortable than metal bars for glasses wearers and helps reduce misting.
How to Wear
Fit the AirPop Light SE as shown to stop glasses from misting.
Your Work Week Covered
Unlike single use disposable masks, AirPop masks and filters are designed to be reusable so they’re independently tested to verify continuous performance at the stated fit, filtration and breathability levels following 10 cleaning cycles or 40 hours of wearing time.
AirPop masks don’t stop working at 40 hours though, that’s the minimum you can expect and the best indicator that it’s time to change your mask is when it’s damaged, dirty or becomes loose or more difficult to breathe through.