London UK PPE FFP3 Face Masks Medical Grade Wholesale Equipment Launched

A company based in the West Midlands has launched a new wholesale PPE service to provide companies across the UK including London with medical grade FFP3 face masks to protect their workforce.

Wolverhampton, United Kingdom - October 17, 2020 /NewsNetwork/ —

West Midlands-based Blyth Group has launched a new wholesale PPE service aimed at companies and individuals who require medical grade equipment and FFP3 face masks. The family-run company supplies customers nationwide around the UK including London.

More information can be found at https://www.theblythgroup.co.uk/ppe.

The newly launched wholesale service is designed to ease pressure faced by companies that require FFP3 face masks to keep their workforce and customers safe. The Blyth Group prides itself on providing high-quality products as all its stock is CE approved and they use ISO certified manufacturers.

Two varieties of the FFP3 face mask are available from the company including a valved version and a foldable option. The valved FFP3 face mask is ideal for UK industry sectors including education, health and social care, construction, and production. This type of mask offers 99% bacterial filtration efficiency and is fluid resistant.

It offers protection against the flu, viruses, and dust. When compared to standard disposable surgical masks, the FFP3 offers greater protection, which makes it ideal for frontline workers and individuals who regularly encounter members of the public or colleagues.

Additional features of the mask include high filtration capacity, ultrasonic structure and non-woven material making it skin-friendly, soft, and comfortable, as well as an adjustable headband and nose clip for added comfort. It can be purchased as a box of 20 or a carton of 400 masks plus.

The foldable FFP3 face mask offers the same level of protection as the valved mask and covers the nose, mouth, and chin for full protection. The stretchable mask offers better cover and comfort than disposable surgical masks.

A company spokesperson said: “The World Health Organisation recommends the use of FFP2 masks, but the UK has gone further and recommends the use of FFP3 masks. However, we are clear that FFP2 masks have been approved by the WHO and can be safely used if needed. We are a leading supplier of accredited FFP3 masks in the UK.”

To find out more, interested parties are invited to visit the link provided. Alternatively, find out more about the Blyth Group by visiting http://www.theblythgroup.co.uk.

Contact Info:
Name: Robbie Hubball (Blyth Group)
Email: Send Email
Organization: Technicare ltd
Address: 130 Hordern Road, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV6 0HS, United Kingdom
Website: https://www.theblythgroup.co.uk/ppe/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 88981208

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