HOW PERSONAL PROTECTION DEVICES WORK?
Protect yourself in respect of environment!
Personal Protection Mask, a new protective device imported in Thailand by Eagle Tech is your protection against viruses, bacteria and pollution. It’s cheap and eco-sustainable, since reusable for an infinite amount of times. Just change the filter every day, and sterilize the mask in microwave or boiling water.
The structure of the Eagle Tech mask is made of silicone and contains silver ions, which have always been used against bacterial infections, thanks to which the surface remains antibacterial, avoiding the insurgence of acne and dermatitis. Simple microwave sterilization is therefore favored by the material from which the mask is made.
Eagle Tech’s Personal Protection Mask would also solve the problem of environmental pollution. Disposable masks, being made of polyester or propylene (artificial fibers), cannot be recycled, as indicated by the World Health Organization and, often, they are thrown on the ground, on the streets or next to supermarkets.
Many citizens also reported the presence of masks and gloves in the sea; noting this waste in the waters of the port. By producing less “waste” thanks to reusable masks, it could also limit the dispersion of waste into the environment, although this is the responsibility of the individual citizen.
Personal Protection Mask with changeable filter
The part used to protect the nose and mouth provides for the insertion of a disposable TNT (non-woven fabric, i.e. polyethylene) filter, which attaches to the mask with a simple mechanical coupling, very intuitive.
The mask is CE 2001/95 certified and allowed for medical use. The filters are sold in packs of 30 pieces at a very low price. A pack of 30 filters then, one a day, it goes on for a month. The filters are sold separately in packs of 30 pieces and the cost is comparable to noncertified and not protective common fabric masks sold in most of convenience stores.
The Personal Protection Mask is a project born in March 2020 in Italy. Actually it’s widely used by Italian Army, Police, factories, food industries and, of course, common people and families.