Healthcare, the community and sustainability are at the heart of our
business and our triple layered, silver coated Civilian Face Masks with SILVERPLUS® technology have been produced and proven to ensure families are able to stay safe whilst also helping the environment.
The lightweight, one-piece design covers the nose and mouth, with comfortable adjustable straps to ensure the mask stays in place. Our face masks are made from 40% recycled plastic water bottles and come in a pouch made from 100% recycled plastic water bottles.
Delphis Eco reusable face masks are a more cost effective solution in comparison to disposable face masks. Not only do disposable face masks cost the environment but they cost around 60p per day whereas Delphis Eco will keep you safe and protected from only 10p per day*.
*We advise changing the filters between 5 to 10 washes depending on how damaged they might get in the process. This means the mask cost is between 10p or 20p per day.
Mask and Filter Technology
How To Use:
Before applying your mask ensure your hands are clean and sanitised to prevent cross contamination.
When putting the mask on, place one hand into the bottom loop and slip over your head so it sits on the nape of you neck, then place the mask against your face. Take the upper loop and place on your head. Adjust to tightly cover the nose and mouth. If a tighter fit is required, the loops can be twisted before placing over head and then adjusted with toggle.
We recommend for a perfect fit that the mask is pulled down well underneath the chin towards the neck so that it covers all of the lower face and up, it sits just underneath your eyes across the bridge of your nose. This will ensure that the mask is offering full facial coverage and minimises gaping where possible particles can escape through the mask.
When removing the mask, avoid touching the outer layer of mask or your face. Only touching loops, remove from your head and immediately put the mask back into your pouch and then into the washer for cleaning.
Delphis Eco Filter Animation
How to Apply Your Face Mask
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