Ultramasx Technology upgraded its flagship Ultramasx UltraOne fan-assisted respirator mask. This new sleek and functional design allows for better airflow and also integrates a more minimalistic design than the previous version that was launched in June 2020.
The innovative respirator has a new front panel with an aluminum grid decorated with the X logo. New stronger magnets keep the front panel firmly tied to the mask body. The new model includes a deeper third-generation medical-grade silicone face seal to provide a perfect fit. Every box now includes both the standard face seal and the new deeper one.
Ultramasx Technologies has also improved the fan, the motor, and the electronics, adding new electronic protections for any type of USB charger. On top of these product improvements, the $99.99 Ultramasx UltraOne™ has also a more sustainable and redesigned packaging. All the unnecessary plastics were replaced with recyclable cardboard.
Following its recent U.S. Food and Drug Administration registration, Ultramasx Technologies has conducted four new tests on its Ultramasx UltraOne™ under the European UNI ISO Standards at ComoLab in Italy – a Laboratory Certified UNI CEI EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018 (Accredia LAB N° 1713 L). The Ultramasx UltraOne™ passed the following Standards:
- Standard UNI EN 14683:2019 Annex B for determining bacterial filtration efficiency (BFE). Result: 99.96%. Classified as mask Type IIR.
- Standard UNI EN 14683:2019 par 5.2.5 + Annex D for determining microbial cleaning. Bioburden Result: Below 6 UFG/g. Pass level: Equal or below 30 UFG/g. Classified as mask Type IIR.
- Standard ISO 22609:2004 for resistance to penetration of synthetic blood (fixed volume, horizontal spray). Result: 32 passes, 0 fails. Classified as mask Type IIR.
- Standard ISO 10993-5:2009 Annex A + ISO 10993-12:2012 for in vitro cytotoxicity. Result: 97.6. The sample is considered not cytotoxic if the value is equal to or above 70.