esi antimicrobial mask
A lightweight and breathable mask made of non-toxic double-layer fabric, 65% polyester and 35% cotton, equipped with two external side pockets and two internal side pockets for housing the emitters esi antimicrobial.
The laboratory test reports certify:
– the efficiency of breathability and filtration as required by the UNI EN 14683/2019 standard for facial masks of surgical use, test report: R2011/29.
– bacteriological test on used mask with esi resulted in a reduction of bacterial load equal to 99.9%, test report:
Guaranteed up to 50 washes
Breathability tests by filtration after 50 washes, test report: R2012/061A
The kit includes: mask with 2 elastic adjusters and 4 esi emitters: 2AM and 2B1.
The esi emitters 2AM + 2B1 are anti coronavirus.
The esi emitters, through the constant emission of silver ions (Ag +) and other metallic ions, perform an antiviral, antibacterial and antifungal sanitizing action 24 hours a day, perceived by the absence of bad odors usually present in a facemask used for hours.
“K-Tipp”, the Swiss consumer protection magazine, tested the masks of 20 Zurich public transport commuters in the laboratory with the following result: (…) According to K-Tipp, the masks act as filters. The air that you breathe, flowing through the fibers of the fabric, blocks fungi and bacteria that multiply rapidly, finding an optimal warm and humid habitat in the accessory.
K-Tipp’s tests show that 11 of the 20 masks tested contained more than 100,000 bacterial colonies and in 3 of these more than 1,000,000. In some of them there was the presence of staphylococci, a bacteria causing pneumonia and meningitis. Microorganisms such as molds and yeasts were also found.
* Source the Vesuvian Gazette
Paolini SpA has conducted laboratory tests on a technical work mask in use, not equipped with esi emitters.
1) – Detection of the bacterial load present (time 0)
2) – Insertion of the esi emitters.
3) – Detection of bacterial load after 8 hours.
The results found, as per the test report: R 2003/077c dated 31/03/2020 attached, are the following:
Bacterial Load Present at Time 0 = CFU x cm3 200
Bacterial Load Present after 8 hours of contact with the
esi emitters = UFC x cm3 1.
Reduction of the bacterial load (TBL) 98%.