100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made

100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made

Regular price £28.97 now £22.99 Unit price  per 

NHS Charities Together

Bristol Mask will donate £1 to NHS Charities Together (registered charity no. 1186569) in connection with the sale of each box of masks.

2 Sealed bags or 2 boxes of 50 masks:

  • Disposable 3 Ply
  • Adjustable Nose Wire (Not SecurFit™)
  • Earloops
  • High Filtration (BFE ≥99.9%)
  • Certified BS EN 14683:2019 Type IIR
  • Latex & Fiberglass Free (Hypoallergenic)
  • Ultra-Light & Comfortable
  • Colour: White
  • Dimension: Adult 17.5x9.5cm

Pack Including a Bottle of Alcohol Hand Sanitiser British Made (Scotland):

  • Leaves Skin Smelling Fresh
  • Less harsh for your skin!
  • Easy to carry with the clip.
  • Kills 99.9% of germs
  • Contains Aloe Vera for Soft Skin
  • Size: 60ml
  • Ingredients: Isopropyl Alcohol (70%) V/V, Distilled Water, Aloe Vera, Carbomer 960, Triehanotamine, Soap Colour and Scents
  • Small size bottle of Scented Hand Sanitiser made in the UK.
  • Scent: Coconut, Mango, Watermelon, Blueberry, Dewberry
  • Tested: BSEN 1726 and BSEN 1500.

British Mask Made in the UK

100% Made in Bristol, United Kingdom.

Note: the Bristol Mask logo is only on Securfit™ masks.

Most Face Masks sold on the market today do not have tests for Filtration or Fluid resistance- Our Masks do.

Instructions to Use a Medical Mask

Following the World Health Organization guidance:

  1. Wash your hands before touching the mask
  2. Inspect the mask for tears or holes
  3. Find the top side, where the stiff edge is
  4. Ensure the blue-side faces outwards
  5. Place the stiff edge over your nose
  6. Cover your mouth, nose, and chin
  7. Adjust the mask to your face without leaving gaps on the sides
  8. Avoid touching the mask
  9. Up to 4 hours of use. Remove the mask from behind the ears
  10. Keep the mask away from you and surfaces while removing it
  11. Discard the mask immediately after use preferably into a closed bin
  12. Wash your hands after.

Material in the Medical Mask

High quality tested material :

  • 3 layers Non-Woven Fabric PP:
    • Outler layer: Spunbound 25gsm
    • Inner layer: Melt Blown 25gsm 99% filtration
    • Face layer: Spunbound 25gsm
  • Plastic Nose Strip
  • Round Elastic Earloop 2.5mm

Warning Before Using a Medical Face Mask

These Masks help to protect you against certain airborne particulates and contaminants. They do not eliminate exposure to the risks associated with any disease or infection.

  • Keep in a cool dry place- below 40°C.
  • Use for up to 4 hours at a time.
  • Do not use if the packaging is damaged.

Keep You Safe with our High-Quality Masks, proudly Made in the UK

Frequently Asked Questions About Medical Face Mask

Who manufactures face masks in the UK?

Bristol Mask is the only Surgical mask Manufacturer in the South West. There are very few like us in the UK.

What are the 3 layers of a medical mask?

Surgical Masks are made of plastic (polypropylene) with an inner and outer layer of Spunbond material and a middle layer of meltblown, a very special type of material used as a filter.

How do you define a medical mask?

A Surgical mask is a disposable version used to limit and prevent the spread of germs, viruses, like Coronavirus, and bacteria coming from the mouth, and any respiratory diseases carried by liquid droplets and aerosol particles.

Which is the correct side of a medical mask?

The front side of the mask is usually coloured and the white side is next to your skin. The nose bridge/ nose wire must be worn on the top of your nose and pinched to shape.

What material is used to make medical masks?

Medical masks are made of polypropylene, known as plastic (100% recyclable) and a nose bridge with or without metal. At Bristol Mask, we do not use metal in the nose bridge.

When should I wear a face-covering during the COVID-19 pandemic?

As recommended by WHO and the UK Government, to prevent the disease, a face covering must be worn in all enclosed spaces where it is too difficult to maintain social distancing.

Do medical face masks help prevent the spread of COVID-19?

Surgical Face Masks prevent the wearer from catching viruses from coughs, sneezes and when speaking to others.

Who invented medical face masks?

The first record we found was in 1897 when a French Surgeon, Paul Berger, used a piece of fabric to cover his face to prevent cross-infection during an operation.
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made
100 Disposable Medical Face Masks Type IIR + Hand Sanitiser British Made

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Quality product at the right price

Very pleased to find a quality PPE product with medical grade protections and they're British made too!

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