VIDU's Type IIR Surgical Masks are ideal for the protection and safety of clinic workers and clients. They have 3 layers to provide high protection. p>
Features of Vidu 3-Layer Masks:
Made of water-repellent Non-woven fabric (NWF).
With adjustable nose bar.
Protection against dust and moisture.
Anti-particle and antibacterial filter.
4 hours of guaranteed protection.
Maximum security > 99.8% BFE
Does not contain latex.
Measurements: 17.5 x 9.5 cm.
Weight: 179 g.
Content: 50 units.
Video: Vidu Masks
*The following video is for demonstration purposes, each box comes in a single color.
VIDU SURGICAL MASKS PLASTIC NEUTRAL CERTIFIED ZERO PLASTIC FOOTPRINT
The high consumption of masks generates a significant plastic footprint.
VIDU has reached an agreement with The Gravity Wave to minimize the plastic footprint generated by these masks, which each month collects the same amount of plastic from the Mediterranean Sea, its coasts and ports as is generated.
Environmental impact metrics >> Plastic footprint of Vidu Masks = 0 gr
100% recyclable packaging. To guarantee the highest quality and hygiene conditions, 100% recyclable plastic and cardboard have been used in the packaging of these retractors.
Online distribution. The commercialization of these products is carried out through the Internet, thus avoiding unnecessary transport and contamination.
Fair price. Achieving a fair and reasonable price, we always seek to offer the easiest and least polluting recycling solution possible, guaranteeing the highest quality and hygiene conditions for the products.
Responsible consumption. Do not use more masks than necessary!
How to manage the waste generated in the clinic with the use of Surgical Masks?
How to recycle masks?
Surgical masks cannot be recycled because they may contain biological waste, they should not be deposited in any recycling container. To properly dispose of disposable masks, they should always go to the reject bin. It is the container for all that waste that is not recycled, but cannot be used to make compost either. The containers are usually gray or black in color, and in some places have an orange lid. This type of waste that cannot be reused is deposited in landfills or landfills.
How to easily recycle the packaging of this product?
VIDU surgical masks come in cardboard and polypropylene PP packages. Once the product is finished, the cardboard part goes to the blue container while the plastic part goes to the yellow container.
Where do Vidu's surgical masks come from?
One of the brand's objectives is transparency, which is why the country of origin is always specified on the packaging of all products. It will vary from one product to another, always seeking manufacturing conditions that ensure: Quality, sustainability and fair price.