FFP Masks


FFP3 Mask

from € 1,25 net
from € 1,49 gross

FFP3 Mask with Valve

from € 1,94 net
from € 2,31 gross

FFP2 Mask

from € 0,42 net
from € 0,50 gross
Regular Price 0,89 €

FFP2 Respirator Mask

from € 0,48 net
from € 0,57 gross

Honeywell Respirator Mask FFP2 NR D

€ 0,96 net
€ 1,14 gross
Regular Price 0,99 €

uvex silv-Air FFP3 Mask

from € 4,49 net
from € 5,34 gross

Coloured FFP2 Mask

from € 0,60 net
from € 0,71 gross

FFP2 Mask for Children

from € 0,70 net
from € 0,83 gross

3M™Aura™ FFP2 Respirator Face Mask

from € 0,83 net
from € 0,99 gross
Regular Price 1,29 €

Coloured FFP3 Mask

from € 1,61 net
from € 1,92 gross

A Comparison of our Top 3 FFP-Masks 

FFP2 Mask


FFP2 Respirator Mask


FFP3 Mask


DIN EN149:2001 + A1:2009
EN 149: 2001 + A1: 2009 FFP2 NR D
ISO 9001: 2008
ISO 13485: 2003
EN 149:2001, A1:2009 NR D
Filter performance
min. 94%
min. 94%
foldable, moulded
foldable, moulded
unvalved unvalved
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What do the FFP protection classes mean? 

The FFP mask (filtering face piece) is a particle-filtering half mask that can be classified into one of three classes according to the European testing standard EN 149. In the context of the corona pandemic, only masks of classes FFP2 and FFP3 offer a sufficiently high enough level of filtering performance. 

FFP2 MaskenFFP3 Masken
Protection against particles (max. 0,6µm)min. 94%min. 99%
Maximum total leakage
max. 11%max. 5%
What substances does the mask protect against?
Dust, smoke, mist, solid and liquid particlesToxic substances, droplet aerosols, carcinogenic substances, radioactive substances, enzymes, viruses, bacteria, fungi and fungal spores
FilterFilter for solid and liquid particles with medium retention capacity
Filters for solid and liquid aerosols with high retention capacity
Up to what concentration does the mask protect?
Up to 10 times the maximum workplace concentrationUp to 30 times the maximum workplace concentration
Maximum wearing time
8 hours8 hours

The "D" Symbol

FFP masks with the "D" suffix after the EN 149 standard have passed the so-called dolomite dust test. This tests whether the mask still maintains a good level of breathing resistance even after being subjected to high dust levels. It is therefore a quality indicator showing a mask can still be worn over a long period even at high levels of dust concentration.

The "R"/"NR" Symbol

After the EN 149 standard, many FFP masks also have the abbreviation "R" or "NR". This suffix indicates whether the product is disposable or reusable. R stands for reusable and NR for non reusable - i.e. a disposable product that may not be reused.

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