Home » Shop » Personal Protective Equipment » Face Masks & Respirators » Disposable respirators » Moldex 2405 FFP2 NR D Valved Masks (classic). Box of 20 Sale! Moldex 2405 FFP2 NR D Valved Masks (classic). Box of 20£51.99 £39.99 £47.99 Inc VAT Proven shape and durable FFP Mask DuraMesh®: strong and durable structure, keeps the mask in shape ActivForm®: no nose clip needed Loop strap for quick, simple and safe on and off Tested and certified to EN 149:2001+A1:2009 Individually Packaged AvailableRetail Blister Pack AvailableRetail box of 5 units AvailableProduct Documents Moldex 2405+ FFP2 NR D Moldex 2405+ FFP2 NR D DOC Data Sheet Moldex 2405 FFP2 NR D Valved Masks (classic). Box of 20 quantity Add to basket Compare SKU: 240515 Categories: Disposable respirators, Face Masks & Respirators, FFP2, Personal Protective Equipment Tags: EN 149:2001+A1:2009, FFP2, Moldex Brand: Moldex Description Additional information Reviews Marking of gas filters Delivery information Trusted Supplier EN 149 Standard explained Description Moldex 2405 FFP2 NR D Valved Masks (classic) Moldex 2405 FFP2 Contains DuraMesh+ for optimum shape retention and durability. ActivForm+ seal automatically adjusts to different face shapes with no need for nose clips. Loop Strap for easy application. Valved with Ventex+ valve. Box qty: 20. FFP2 MASKS PROTECTION AGAINST DUST, MIST & FUMES CHARACTERISTICS ActivForm® Automatically fits to the face. No manual adjustments by the user are necessary. DuraMesh® Masks have a strong and durable structure. Ventex®-valve Starts to open even at low exhalation pressure and significantly reduces moisture and heat inside the mask. Adjustable Strap 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. 100% PVC-FREE All Moldex products and packaging are completely free from PVC. Video explainer Moldex 2405 FFP2 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. MATERIALS Filter Layer, Inner Shell, DuraMesh®: Polypropylene, Ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) Head Strap, VentexValve®: Natural Rubber Protection levels (UK): FFP1: 4 x Workplace Exposure Limit FFP2: 10 x Workplace Exposure Limit FFP3: 20 x Workplace Exposure Limit NR [non reusable]: Disposable FFP. Comfortable and durable throughout the whole shift. D: These masks have passed the optional Dolomite clogging test. Better breathing resistance for longer. Check out our range of FFP2 masks here Most Popular Pages Brands – Portwest Clinell Firechief Panodyne Categories – Personal Protective Equipment – Workwear – COVID-19 Tests – Fire Supplies – Infection Control – Safety Boots Blogs – Clearmask: Bringing the Arts Back to Life – We need to talk about Hi-Vis clothing Help – FAQs – Contact Us – Glossary Additional information Brand Moldex CLASSIC SERIES EN Standards EN149:2001 & A1:2009, FFP2 NR D Manufacturer Moldex Colour White Reviews There are no reviews yet. Be the first to review “Moldex 2405 FFP2 NR D Valved Masks (classic). Box of 20” Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a review. Gas filter cartridges are typically marked using a combination of letters and numbers, e.g. “A2B2E1”. The letters stand for the filter type. The filter type indicates which hazardous substances the gas filter protects against. The numbers stand for the filter class, which gives information about the filters absorption capacity. In each case, the filter class applies for the filter type indicated by the letter directly preceding it. Filters in higher protection classes can be used to protect against higher concentrations of gas in the workplace. As you can see from the example A2B2E1, a filter cartridge can be made up of several filter types (A, B and E), with the same or different levels of filter class. The filter in the example offers combined protection against organic gases (boiling point > 65° C), inorganic gases and acid gases. Filter Type AColour code: Brown- Protects against: organic gases and vapours (boiling point > 65°C) Filter Type BColour code: Grey- Protects against: inorganic gases and vapours, e.g. chlorine and hydrogen cyanide (prussic acid); however, not against carbon monoxide Filter Type EColour code: yellow – Protects against: sulphur dioxide, hydrogen chloride and other acid gases Filter Type KColour code: green – Protects against: ammonia and organic ammonia derivatives Filter Type AXColour code: brown – Protects against: low-boiling organic compounds (boiling point ≤ 65 °C) in low-boiling groups 1 and 2 Important: usage limitations for low boiling groups 1 + 2 (see DGUV Rules 112-190; filters are single use) Filter Type HG-P3Colour code – red/white Protects against: mercury Note: The maximum period of use against mercury is 50 hours FILTER CLASS 1Max. permitted concentration when using a half mask: 1000 ppm, but no more than 10 times the workplace exposure limit (WEL) Max. permitted concentration when using a full face mask: 1000 ppm, but no more than 20 times the workplace exposure limit (WEL) FILTER CLASS 2Max. permitted concentration when using a half mask: 5000 ppm, but no more than 10 times the workplace exposure limit (WEL) Max. permitted concentration when using a full face mask: 5000 ppm, but no more than 20 times the workplace exposure limit (WEL) FILTER CLASS 3Max. permitted concentration when using a half mask: 10000 ppm, but no more than 10 times the workplace exposure limit (WEL) Max. permitted concentration when using a full face mask: 10000 ppm, but no more than 20 times the workplace exposure limit (WEL) Delivery Options We have a range of delivery options to suit our customers as we know every customer is unqiue. Below is a list of our standards options but we can always accommodate bespoke needs, simply call us on 03330 150 330. DPD Economy 2-3 days from £6.95 FREE – spend over £99 DPD Economy 2-3 working days is free over £99 (ex.Vat) on all postcode in England, Wales and Scotland. A delivery change of £6.95 (ex.Vat) will be added to orders under £99 (ex Vat). DPD Next Business Day* from £7.50 FREE – spend over £99 DPD Next Business Day is free over £99 (ex.Vat) on all postcode in England, Wales and Scotland applies to working days only – if you need Saturday or Sunday delivery please call us. A delivery change from £7.50 (ex.Vat) will be added to orders under £99 (ex Vat). Not available in Offshore Islands, Northern Ireland & Republic of Ireland. NOTE: *Orders placed by 4pm – delivery days are Mon – Fri only – if you need Saturday delivery please select Royal Mail or Call us to discuss. Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed by 1pm*, from £6.90. Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed by 1pm available on all postcode in England, Wales and Scotland*. This includes Saturday as a next working day, therefore orders placed by 4pm Friday will be attempted on Saturday. Next day guarantee not available in the following postcodes: HS, IV41-IV49, IV51, IV55, IV56,KA27-KA28, KW15-KW17, PA20,PA41-PA49,PA60-PA78, PH42-PH44, ZE, IM, GY, JE, Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland can be sent via Royal Mail international tracked service. (*Orders placed by 4pm) Delivery Information Deliveries are made Monday to Friday between business hours, for weekend or timed deliveries please contact a member of our team. Orders received before 4.00pm for Royal Mail or 4.00pm DPD where all items are in stock are despatched the same day for next working day delivery. (Working days do not include weekends or holidays) Orders received with non-stocked items or indeed items with lead times will be confirmed by customer services at the point of order and given a delivery date. Each product displays an estimated lead time at the point of order but if you need any further information please contact us and a member of the team will be more than happy to help. All orders are sent out complete to help reduce our carbon footprint and to prevent waste from excess packaging, if your order needs to be split please contact a member of our team. Still have a question? The Rapid Fire Supplies team is always here to help, if you would like to speak to someone please contact us and we will happily answer your question. 03330 150 330 Monday – Saturday 08:30 to 19:00 Why our customers choose us Rapid Fire Supplies is a trusted supplier to many charities, local governments and businesses all over the UK and Eire. There are many reasons our customers choose us and come back again and again. Quality Products Highest Quality Fabrics and advanced technology construction techniques that guarantees outstanding protection. Secure Payments We use stripe to process all payments securely and will never ask for your card details over the phone or in a email. Fast Delivery Buy today and we will deliver tomorrow for all orders placed before 4pm. Trusted Supplier We are BSiF accredited Safety Suppliers meaning you can trust our products are genuine and fully certified to the highest standards. About us in more detail We continue to serve our customers with quality products at the lowest possible prices, which is a major reason for our customers coming back time and time again. Here are just a few reasons we have loyal customers. Firstly, we are proud members of BSiF, which means we ensure our products meet the highest standards of PPE through a vigorous checking process and are independently audited by BSiF every year. Secondly, we provide some of the leading brands in safety; brands that are trusted throughout the UK in healthcare and industry. For example, we are official distributors of Portwest and can offer their full range of PPE Supplies including workwear, disposable items, Base footwear and gloves. Thirdly, we pride ourselves on our excellent customer service, but don’t take our word for it! Our customers have provided us with amazing feedback and an incredible 4.8 out of 5 stars rating on TrustPilot, so you can rest assured that we provide top quality customer care and are always happy to help. Above all, our honest approach to business is what sets us apart from the competition. In short, customers who need a reliable supply of fully certified products can rely on our conscientious and responsible approach to business partnerships. EN 149 Standard explained There are 3 classes of masks as defined by the standard: FFP1 = Lowest class of protection FFP2 = Higher class of protection FFP3 = Highest level of protection EN 149:2001- A1:2009 is the European Standard that covers technical specifications for respiratory protective devices – filtering half masks to protect against particles. Here are the three mandatory tests conducted under the standard: 1. Total inward leakage This test measures the probability of the respiratory mask to protect the wearer against potential hazards. A test subject wearing the particle mask walks in an enclosed test room, with a constant concentration of sodium chloride aerosol. While the subject breathes, the air inside the mask is sampled and analysed to determine which % of sodium chloride could pass through the mask. The lower the percentage the higher the protection 2. Penetration of filter material The goal of this test is to measure the filtering power of the masks. This test is carried out by exposing a dummy head with a mask to 120mg of 2 test aerosols (Sodium chloride and paraffin oil). The standard defines the maximum admitted penetration % of the 2 aerosols, for FFP1/FFP2 and FFP3 masks. The higher the penetration levels the lower the protection 3. Breathing resistance This test assesses the ability of the filtering mask to provide protection while allowing the wearer to breathe easily. The permitted resistance is lower for FFP1 because it’s a lighter mask and it’s higher for FFP2 and FFP3 as they are thicker.