CE/ FDA FOR EUROPEAN MARKETS
Air QUEEN Breeze is an individually packaged CE-marked FFP2 type respirator developed and manufactured in South Korea by TopTec. It is very light and made of so-called Nano material, which makes it easier to breathe through than most other respirators that filter with the protection ratings FFP2. The protection is of the 3D type and thus becomes more comfortable to wear for longer periods, for example a flight.
If you are in a risk group and risk staying temporarily in environments where you cannot avoid being closer to other people than 1 meter, the WHO recommends a respirator that filters such as FFP2 / N95 / KF94 / KN95 in combination with other measures, which are shown in the instructions below. .
Note that only a respiratory protection is not a sufficient protection to be protected against e.g. Covid-19.
Respiratory protection should not be used in public environments if you are confirmed positive or show symptoms of Covid-19, but in such cases should stay at home according to the advice of the Public Health Agency.
Follow the instructions below to provide the best possible respiratory protection:
A. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and lukewarm water for at least 20 seconds. If you have glasses or visors, make sure that these are also cleaned. If you do not have access to soap and water, use rubbing alcohol.
B. Be sure to be free of beards and stubble, otherwise the protection will not be tight.
C. Remove jewelry and any piercings that may interfere with the seal.
D. Put up any long hair in the neck.
INSPECTION OF EQUIPMENT
A. Check that the date of manufacture is not more than 5 years old.
B. Check that the packaging is not broken or damaged.
C. Carefully open the package.
D. Visual check that the respirator is not damaged or otherwise unsuitable for use.
WEAR THE RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
A. Remove glasses if you have them and / or visor if you use them.
B. Open the respirator by unfolding the flaps.
C. Hold the respirator in one hand. Note that the nose clip should be on the nose.
D. Grasp the elastic bands with the other hand and place the respirator in front of the nose and mouth and tighten one elastic band at a time behind the ears.
E. Press the nose clip over the bridge of the nose with both hands, so that the cover is as tight as possible.
F. Wear glasses if you have them, or visor if you use them.
G. It should be a little harder to breathe normally, if not you should check that the respirator is tight.
REMOVE THE RESPIRATORY PROTECTION
A. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and lukewarm water for at least 20 seconds. If you do not have access to soap and water, use rubbing alcohol.
B. Remove glasses and / or visor if you have them.
C. Bend slightly forward and peel off the elastic bands from the ears without touching the respirator.
D. Wash your hands again with soap and lukewarm water for at least 20 seconds. If you do not have access to soap and water, use rubbing alcohol.
E. Discard the cover without touching it and where it can not come into contact with anyone else before destroying it.
F. Clean any face protection you have used, such as a visor or glasses.