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Medical face masks

These disposable medical Type IIR Face Masks are hypoallergenic, 100% latex free and have an adjustable nose band for a secure fit.


Product Benefits

Zogear® face masks are fluid repellent with high filtration efficiency, providing protection against fluid contamination.


Disposable Medical Type IIR Face Mask, CE marked and fully compliant to EN 14683:2019 (European Standard) and ASTM F2100 Level 3 (US Standard).

  • CE
  • ISO 13485
  • Fluid / splash resistance pressure; 160mmHg / 21.3kPa*
  • PFE: > 99%*
  • BFE: > 99%*
  • Breathability (Delta P): <5.0 H20 / cm²
  • 100% latex-free soft stretchable ear-loops for ease and comfort
  • Adjustable nose band for secure fit
  • Soft comfortable inner lining
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Blue
  • 50 per box
  • 40 boxes per carton

Please note minimum order quantity applies – 2000 masks.

*Type IIR based on EN14683 / Level 3 based on ASTM F2100 testing standards.





Ovens, L.

Improving clinical outcomes and reducing the cost of venous leg ulcers (VLUs) using an externally applied electroceutical therapy in a community trust

Wounds UK, 2018, poster

Turner, N. & Ovens L.

Clinical outcome results and quality of life improvements using electroceutical treatment* – patient perspectives

EWMA, 2018, poster

Turner, N. & Ovens L.

Right Care, Right Time:- An evaluation using an electroceutical treatment* to determine the clinical outcomes in a large NHS Trust

Wounds UK, 2017, poster

Turner, N. & Ovens L.

The results of a clinical evaluation of Accel-Heal® electroceutical treatment in a large NHS Trust

Wounds UK, 2017, 13(4)

Greaves, T.

Improving patient quality of life with innovative electroceutical technology: a case series

Wounds UK, 2014, 10(4)

Greaves, T.

Improving patient quality of life with innovative electroceutical technology

Wounds UK, 2014, poster

Griffin, J.

Improving patient outcomes through innovation

Wounds UK, 2013, poster

Clinical outcomes and cost effectiveness of an externally applied electroceutical device in managing venous leg ulcers in clinical practice in the UK

Journal of Wound Care, 2015, 24(12)

Louison, P.

Management of recurrent venous leg ulcer with electroceutical therapy to improve pain, expedite healing and reduce risk of recurrence

EWMA, 2015, poster

Ovens, L.

Electroceutical therapy to manage complex leg ulcers: a case series of three patients

Wounds UK, 2014, 10(2)

Applying Zogear

See product insert leaflet for full instructions for use.

Ordering Details

For orders, deliveries and general enquires please contact H&R Healthcare:

Tel : +44 (0)1482 631606

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