Segre takes the lowest breathing resistance and highest filtration capacity even further:
Swedish manufacturer takes ‘game changing’ step to stay ahead of the pack.
From 2012, Segre CN flat fold respirators are being produced with the all new filter medium called Technostat plus. This has enabled the already market leading brand a further reduction in (inhalation and exhalation) breathing resistances while providing even higher level of performance against the Sodium Chloride and Paraffin Oil which are used in Standards testing to rate filtration capacity against solid and liquid air bourne contaminates.
The pre 2012 CN-P2 with the old technostat had a market leading inhalation resistance of 1.44 Pascal’s and this is now down to only 0.66 Pascal’s or an improvement of 55% on the previous performance.
The CN-P2V with the old technostat had an inhalation resistance of 1.54 Pascal’s and this is now down to 0.80, a reduction of 48%.
On Exhalation resistance, the CN-P2 with the old technostat had a resistance value of 2.67 Pascal’s and this is now down to 1.17. These figures represent a whopping improvement of 56%.
On Exhalation resistance, the CN-P2V with the old technostat filter medium had a resistance of 1.90 Pascal’s and this is now down to 1.06, a not too shabby 45% improvement.
For liquid aerosols, the performance of the CN flat folds, especially on the 120 litres per minute test with Paraffin Oil, were 30% more efficient so in situations with metal and weld fumes the CN-P2CV were a third again better in efficiency than previously.