Laser systems for cutting protective masks

Produce filtering facepiece respirators (FFP) efficiently

In particular, the contactless process enabled by the laser beam and the accompanying distortion-free cutting plus the high degree of precision are all decisive arguments in favour of the use of laser technology for textile processing for protective masks. Our laser systems are suitable for small series as well as for mass production (24/7) and make the purchase quickly paid.

Laser systems from eurolaser are among others also used in the production of face shields, protective clothing or in the medical industry.

Particulate respirator (FFP1)
Particulate respirator (FFP1)

There are currently state funding programs in numerous countries for the purchase of production technology for the manufacture of protective equipment. Please inform yourself at your institutions.

eurolaser offers you CO2 laser cutters specially developed for filter material. If you are not interested in a production system but in fine dust masks, respiratory protection and protective equipment, then you can find these articles at our partner: https://drefi.de/en/

What are the benefits of laser cutting filtering facepiece respirators?

No fraying at the cut edges of the filter masks
No fraying at the cut edges of the filter masks
Nesting function for optimized use of space when cutting fine dust protection
Powerful nesting function to optimize the use of space
Apply the sewing marks without contact on the disposable masks
Apply sewing marks without contact
  • Sealing the edges of synthetic textiles (cut & seal process)
  • No tissue distortion - thanks to contactless processing
  • Precision when cutting filigree details
  • Less cleaning effort due to reduced dust development when cutting
  • No tool wear - consistently high cutting quality
  • Processing in all directions - regardless of the fabric structure

What additional benefits do eurolaser CO₂ laser cutters have when cutting protective masks?

Protective masks agains dust and viruses
Protective masks agains dust and viruses

CO2 laser systems for protective masks:

A typical area of application is the cutting of textiles, for example for filtering facepiece respirators. These enclose the mouth and nose, the eye area remains free with these protective masks. These masks are often used for dust protection, in the medical industry, but are now increasingly being used by private individuals for personal protection in medical care. As a rule, these protective masks consist entirely of filter material (non-woven fabric) with rubber bands. In some cases, they have mouldable nose pieces to allow them to be optimally adapted to the face.

Particulate respirator (FFP1)
Particulate respirator (FFP1)
Respiratory protection
Respiratory protection
Protective masks (FFP1 – FFP3)
Protective masks (FFP1 – FFP3)
Face mask
Face mask

The filtering facepiece respirators (FFP) are available in different versions. They protect against small particles or liquid drops when inhaled. According to the European standard, they are classified into three different protection classes with different protective effects: FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3.

Materials often used for laser cutting of textiles:

Polyester, Fleece, Cotton, Polypropylene, Polyurethane, Felt, Silk, Filter fleece, technical textiles, synthetical textiles, Foam, Polyamide.

Videos of cutting and engraving of textiles can be found at eurolaser.tvVideos of cutting and engraving of textiles can be found at eurolaser.tv

Materials often used for laser cutting of textiles:

Polyester, Fleece, Cotton, Polypropylene, Polyurethane, Felt, Silk, Filter fleece, technical textiles, synthetical textiles, Foam, Polyamide.

Videos of cutting and engraving of textiles can be found at eurolaser.tvVideos of cutting and engraving of textiles can be found at eurolaser.tv

We would be glad to advise you on the topic of the laser cutting of filtering facepiece respirator, on our laser systems and special options for filter machining.

 

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