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The Miss Wood Mask is composed of 2 layers of fabric made of 95% organic cotton and 5% elastane. 
Elastic earloops are covered with organic cotton too so that it is super comfortable to wear, and your ears do not suffer.
The fabric is manufactured in Spain by a Spanish company.
Bacterial filtration test (BFE): 92% in compliance with UNE 0065:2020.
Breathability: Pa/Cm2: <34 in compliance with UNE 0065:2020.
The fabric is washable (60º and 110 washes) and in compliance with UNE 0065:2020 specifications (ITEL 19526 test).

 

The design of the Miss Wood Mask complies with the UNE 0065:2020 standard.
Design printed with water-based, vegan screen printing ink.
The Miss Wood Mask is made in a local company located in Sant Quirze del Vallès fulfilling all the norms of security and health.
Measurements:
Fabric mask: 17 x 9,5 cm.
Earloops: Diameter 8cm

 

The mask includes 3 Proveil® filters grade B.
Filters used in FFP2 filtering masks
The Proveil® filter grade B is commercialized under ISO 9001 & 13485.
All tests have been carried out according to EN149 by the Spanish certification organization AITEX.
The filters are placed through the upper opening of the mask. It is recommended to use the filter for a maximum of 24 hours in standard conditions. If you are exposed to a high viral load (hospitals, nursing homes, etc.) It is recommended to change the filter every 12 h maximum.

Washable filter (although not yet certified):
The manufacturer has carried out several tests, and all the results indicate that Proveil® grade B filters keep their properties after 15 washings (15 minutes each) in 92º water. It is scientifically proven that at that temperature during that time all the contagious strains of Covid-19 are eliminated. Washing must be done by hand, not in a washing machine.

The Miss Wood Mask meets all the requirements of a hygienic mask according to UNE 0065:2020. It is not to be considered as a medical device (MHP) in the sense of the Directive 93/42 EC or the Regulation EU/2017/745, nor as personal protective equipment (PPE) in the sense of the Regulation EU/2016/425.