The classifying system consists of the three FFP classes, the abbreviation FFP stands for “filtering facepiece”. A respirator mask covers mouth and nose and is constructed of various filter materials and the mask itself.
Filter penetration limit (at 95 L/min air flow)
Typical Elastic Band
Filters at least 80% of airborne particles
Filters at least 94% of airborne particles
Blue or White
Filters at least 99% of airborne particles
Is FFP2 mask reusable?
FFP2 is a face filtering Protection level 2 offering at least 94% bacterial filtration efficiency. What is FFP2NR? A FFP2 NR is a “Non-reusable/disposable face filtering protection mask which should only be worn once and disposed of in a safe manner.