Personal Protective Equipment
In cooperation with the German Institute for Textile and Fiber Research Denkendorf (DITF), Junker-Filter has developed certified CPA protective masks (Corona SARSCov-2 virus pandemic respiratory protection mask). The CPA model CV19 has been tested and approved in accordance with the test principle for Corona SARS-Cov-2 pandemic respiratory protection masks.
The distributor of the CPA protective masks is DITF, whereby the orders can be processed via Junker-Filter as well as directly via DITF.
Mouth and Nose Masks
Through our mouth and nose masks, droplets can be caught, e.g. when speaking, coughing, or sneezing. The risk of infecting another person by coughing, sneezing or speaking can be reduced (external protection).
Please note the following information about moth and nose masks
Our masks are an aid that serves as environmental protection. Medical breathing masks are not to be confused with simple mouth and nose masks. Breathing masks are used to separate particles from the air we breathe. In contrast to our simple mouth and nose mask, the degree of separation of such particle-filtering half masks (FFP masks, face filtering pieces) is determined by standardized tests. The FFP masks are assigned to three classes (FFP1-FFP3) depending on the filter penetration.
EN 149 is the European standard for FFP masks. Tested masks can be recognized by the EN 149 imprint and the CE mark. The maximum total leakage, i.e. the total inward leakage, is:
|Total leakage not greater than *||Filter Class||Mean values of the total leakage not greater than **|
|25 %||FFP 1||22 %|
|11 %||FFP 2||8 %|
|5 %||FFP 3||2 %|
* Results of laboratory tests of at least 46/50 individual results, i.e. 10 people in 5 runs
** arithmetic mean values of the individual device carriers
Our current mouth and nose masks do not yet comply with these values.
Another important measured value of the respirators is the degree of separation of the filter medium:
- for FFP 1 > 80 % test aerosol sodium chloride / paraffin oil
- for FFP 2 > 94 % test aerosol sodium chloride / paraffin oil
- for FFP 3 > 99 % test aerosol sodium chloride / paraffin oil
Our article 07000047 has a degree of separation of around 75%, i.e. approx. 5% less than FFP1.
Our article 07000049 has a degree of separation of approximately 59%, i.e. approx. 21% less than FFP1.
This means that our articles do not comply with DIN-EN standard 149 and cannot be certified with this separation performance.
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