The Moldex Classic Series Valved Respirator is a perfect example of a FFP2 mask that can help adjust to different face shapes and with its added DuraMesh shape it is very durable in many hazardous situations.
this FFP2 mask performs well in many areas in industries that require breathing masks, such as being involved in fine toxic dusts, fumes and water-based mists/aerosols.
his Moldex FFP2 mask will help the wearer be protected from any hazardous chemicals or dusts while working on the job in hand.
To further reduce moisture and heat, this FFP2 mask can be equipped with a Ventex valve.These breathing masks come in a box of 20.
Automatically fits to the face.
No manual adjustments by the user are necessary
Masks have a strong and durable structure.
Starts to open even at low exhalation pressure and significantly reduces moisture and heat inside the mask.
Makes it easier to take the mask on and off and to adjust to different head/neck dimensions.
Dolomite clogging test
Masks have passed the Dolomite clogging test, giving the
user better breathing resistance for longer
All Moldex products and packaging are completely free from PVC.
The Moldex Classic Series FFP-masks meet the requirements of
EN 149:2001+A1:2009 and are CE-marked in accordance with the requirements of European
Directive 89/686/EEC. The IFA (0121) Germany is responsible for both type examination (Article 10) and monitoring of production (Article 11B).
The products are manufactured in an ISO 9001 certified plant.
Filter Layer, Inner Shell, DuraMesh®: Polypropylene,
Ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA)
Head Strap, VentexValve®: Natural Rubber
T E S T I N G A C C O R D I N G T O N 149:2001+A1:2009
Total inward leakage
Ten test subjects perform a variety of exercises. During the exercises the
amount of test aerosol that penetrates the filter, face seal and valve are sampled. The total inward leakage of 8 out of 10 test subjects shall not exceed the following levels:
Max. total inward leakage 8%
Max. Filter penetration
The filter penetration after loading the filter with 120 mg paraffin oil according
to DIN EN149:2001+ A1:2009 shall not exceed the following levels:
Max. Filter penetration 6%
4 respirators are passed through a 800°C (+/- 50°C) flame with a speed of
6 cm/s. After passing through the flame the respirator has to self-extinguish.
The breathing resistance produced by the filter of the respirator is tested at an
airflow of 30 l/min and 95 l/min.
Max. breathing resistance according to EN 149
30 l / min – 0,7 mbar
95 l / min – 2,4 mbar
1. Pull strap to form a large loop.
2. Place respirator on chin and
pull loop over head tight to
3. Pull upper strap tight and
then place on back of head.
4. Ensure respirator fits secure