The RespiRaptor® is the lightest respirator of it's kind in the world at just 4.38g and features the Respilon® nanofibre filter which is certified to filter 99.9% of viruses and other harmful particulates from the air.
With widely available face masks falling short in protection against viral outbreaks, the RespiRaptor is designed to become a new standard for low-cost high-protection for professionals across numerous sectors.
Easy comfort and outstanding breathability make the FFP2 RespiRaptor® a perfect choice for large public and private sector organisations looking to offer protection from viruses, bacteria, dust, spores and particulate emissions.
The RespiRaptor® is currently bulk order only and so has a minimum order requirement.
The RespiRaptor® is available for bulk ordering only. Volume discounts apply.
The mechanical filtration of dangerous particles is guaranteed by the Respilon® nanofibre membrane. The membrane is a three-layer laminate with an inner layer formed of high-density nanofibre 1,000 smaller than the diameter of a human hair.
on top of the superb protection, a core benefit of the membrane is that it is highly breathable allowing easy unrestricted breathing when in use.
Protection is two way - the wearer is protected and people nearby are protected from the wearer.
Surgical masks don’t protect the wearer against inhaling dangerous airborne particles. They are designed to protect other people from the wearer such as stopping doctors releasing large particles through their nose and mouth whilst operating.
Professional grade respirators (N95 & N99) are designed to help protect the wearer from certain airborne contaminants. But most of the respirators on the market today are not comfortable to wear, are difficult to breath in and do not protect against the smallest particle threats. They can also lose 40-60% of filtration efficiency when breath heats them up after 20 minutes.
In comparison, RespiRaptor® does not lose filtration in the same way - wearers are protected from threats simply because they can't get through the nano filter.