MACHINE FOR FFP2/FFP3 FILTERING MASK MANUFACTURING EPI TIPO FFP2/FFP3
A machine capable to produce up to 80.000 masks a day
Machine to manufacture PPE masks, FFP2/FFP3 types
A face masks production equipment capable to produce FFP2/FFP3-type masks attending the standard product following EN 149:2001+A1:2009 regulation, and the harmonized regulation giving presumption compliance of 2016/425.
The machinery designed by And&Or for the FFP2/FFP3 masks production line, makes the manufacturing process totally automated, with a high production capacity.
EPI face masks (FP2 and FFP3 type) manufacturing machinery characteristics:
- Machine protection and fairing following the European regulation
- Ultrasounds systems made in Europe
- Ergonomic and easy access design, according to international safety and hygiene standards allowing a fast and easy cleaning of the machine and meeting the European safety regulations.
- Machine bench made up of a steel main body, with height adjustable legs +- 50mm.
- Transparent PET protection with safety sensor to stop the machine in case of opening, covering all the moving elements.
- Electric panel built into the machine bench, in accordance with valid directives CE, electromagnetic compatibility and low tension.
- All the pieces in contact with the product are made of stainless steel and/or approved plastics.
- Technical Service guaranteed for the equipment set up and after sale maintenance.
- All the motors controlled by the variable frequency drive are installed in the electric panel.
- Control by PLC, including the machine complete software and operation parameters, to regulate and synchronize motors and to adjust the working parameters.
- Terminal operator with 7” color touch screen, for the control and machine operation.
- Electric and pneumatic components with international first level brands and capacity of worldwide spare parts distribution.
- Robust structure and frame made in stainless steel providing durability to the equipment and avoiding machine breakdowns.
- High quality components avoiding fast breakdowns.
- Possibility to integrate a vision system to control the product quality and reject it automatically if is defective.
- Possibility to integrate an automatic film or carton-case packing equipment at the machine output.
- FFP2/FFP3 type masks, with up to 6 protection layers and with ultrasounds welding systems for the assembly of the mask and transverse section for nasal rigid strip insertion. The rubbers assembly is automated, as they are transversely placed for a grip over the head, meeting the requirement UNE-EN 146-83:2019+AC.
- Production capacity of 55 units per minute.
- Production over 550.000 face masks weekly.
- Meeting the European safety regulations at work and the standards ones: CE certification.
- Modular and expandable solution depending on the required production speed and the desired degree of automation.
|PRODUCT||TYPE||WHAT IS IT||WHO IS PROTECTING||RULES||REGULATIONS||CLASSIFICATION||EQUIVALENT||MATERIALS BY REGULATION||USED||REPRESENTATION|
|MASK||AUTO FILTERING**||PPE*||ME FROM OTHERS||Regulation (UE) 2016/425|
OBTAINING CE CERTIFICATION THROUGH A NOTIFIED BODY
|EN 149:2001+A1:2009 *|
AND HARMONIZED REGULATION GIVING PRESUMPTION OF 2016/425 COMPLIANCE
|CHINA: GB 2626;|
KN90; KN95; KN100; KP90; KP95; KP100
USA: NIOSH Title 42 CFR Part 84
N95; N99; N100; P95; P99; P100
|MATERIALS MEETING THE REGULATION TESTS.|
THE GOVERNMENT PROVIDES THE LIST OF COMPANIES HAVING MATERIALS MEETING THESE TESTS
Spunbond + spunlace
* SPECIFICALLY RESPIRATORY PROTECTION PPE
**EXHALATION VALVES ARE ALLOWED, AND MUST WORK CORRECTLY IN EVERY WAY, THE EXHALATION VALVES IN NOT A FILTER
PPE = Personal Protective Equipment
MD = Medical Devices
- Automation level: Fully automatic
- Mask type: PPE (Personal protective equipment)
- Material layers: Up to 6
- Certifications: CE Marking
Production: Up to 55 masks/min.
Extra equipment for a largest automation
- Quality control by artificial vision
- Cartoning machine
- Enclosures in clean room
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