In the need to offer effective and comfortable protection, the Full Face Mask appears as a robust solution to handle the dairy air we breath
The use of essential personal protective equipment (PPE) is something that changed radically for some industries, with the aim of restart the economy, governments are publishing national and local guidelines that must be followed by any individual who wants to enter construction places, manufacturing plants or even public spaces that were usually crowded.
The use of face masks and face shields is becoming mandatory for many daily routines where it was not used before. However, the world is facing shortage of these products and this is affecting the main sectors of the economy.
The Full Face Mask becomes and alternative to the use of disposable elements. Provided with a mask, an HEPA filter and a fan, this device will supply the necessary and treated air to each individual. The Full Face Mask will give you a unique experience while you breath.
The concept collects inspiration from Apnea treatment (CPAP machines), Air Handling Units (HVAC) and scuba diving. In addition, this device will manage data from CO2 and temperature sensors.
What is the need are you focusing on?
The Full Face Mask will alleviate the costs related to the disposable and in some cases not fully proven face masks; providing a long-term duration product that can be easily cleaned at home and will guarantee the protection needed for each individual.
The Full Face Mask will be comfortable to wear and most of all, will provide a fresh and clean air for every person who will use it.
Imagine that an employee has to wear face mask every single day of the month, it means 30 disposable units (not contemplating the 8-hours lifetime of the simplest ones, this number can easily double). Let’s say the governments mandate the use of PPE for several industries for minimum period of a year. A person will use at least 360 disposable units in the 12 months. For businesses with more than 50 employees, it means +20,000 disposable units a year.
Under that perspective, it will make more sense not only economically but in term of sustainability to wear The Full Face Mask.