What standards do the graphene facemasks conform to?

EN 149:2001 + A1:2009 FFP2 RD

CE Mark 0598

Complies in accordance with EU regulation: EU 2016/425 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Allocated Protection Factor (APF) x 10 / Workplace Exposure Limit (WEL) x 10

Graphene registered and approved under REACH

Certified by SGS – the worlds leading certification and verification body

What are the key advantages of the graphene enhanced mask?

  • 94% air filtration
  • Certified Reusable
  • Wear for <8 Hours at a time (Dolomite Clogging Tested)
  • Fully adjustable nose strip & ear straps
  • No valve = 2-way protection
  • Graphene approved under REACH

What are the key advantages of the HOCl Hypochlorous Sanitiser?

pH neutral
As gentle as water
Dermatologically tested
Non toxic- No hazards to us or our environment

Hypochlorous can effectively kill 99.9999% of bugs including Coronavirus, Norovirus, c. difficile and e. coli quickly and gently.

Can PPE Defends proucts be branded ( White Labelled)?

Yes – add your logo (charge applies) . Packaging can be customised too. (all subject to minimum order quantities). Please contact us to discuss.

How does HOCL Hypochlorous differ from other sanitisers?

Available in Gel and Liquid forms. PT1 approved.

Safe on hands and skin

Non Toxic

Non Alcoholic – with Halal approval

300 times more powerful than bleach

Safe on food

Eco Friendly – harmless to animals or humans

Can the Hypochlorous sanitiser be used for misting?

Yes. The liquid density is equivalent to water. Misting is recommended as the most erffective way to sanitise, as opposed to fogging. PPE Defends can offer misting devices from the vehicle or desktop environment through to Full office / classroom size. All fully approved for use with Hypochlorous.

Is the Graphene enhanced facemask reusable?

Yes – Please refer to packaging and guidelines

How do I sanitise and look after the Graphene enhanced facemask?

The masks are supplied in a resealable package. After use simply store back in package for safe keeping. Cleaning instructions can be found here

You say Gelpole is accessible for all - what do you mean ?

Gelpole has been designed for use across society.

Standard everyday use. NHS, Care, Retail , Transporrt , Education , Business

Specially designed Kids version to look attractive and engaging..  Schools , nurseries , playgrounds , kresh etc

Accessible version. With an elbow activation lever for wheelchair users .

How does your Hypochlorous Disinfectant compare to bleach?

Bleach is widely used in hospitals and medical practices and shares the same chlorine family as HOCl. They both kill bacteria, fungus, spores, and viruses. Yet bleach is highly irritating to the eyes, skin, and lungs-and inhalation over long periods could be carcinogenic. In contrast, HOCl has a temporary and mild chlorine smell that dissipates quickly, it is non-irritating, and it does not have poisonous side effects.

Salvesan HOCl is 300 times more powerful than bleach and so replaces general disinfectant, all-purpose disinfectants, kitchen and bathroom disinfectants.

How is Salvesan linked to the HOCl made by the human immune system ?

Salvesan is a weak hypochlorous acid that’s made from water, salt and through electrolysis and patented stabilisation. It is exactly the same as the substance made by the body’s imune system.

When we come under attack from invading bacteria and viruses, our immune system responds by sending white blood cells called neutrophils straight to the infection. Once activated, these cells produce the same hypochlorous acid (HOCl), making it a most potent and naturally occurring disinfectant.

What is the shelf life of Salvesan Hypochlorous ?

Aqualution the UK manufacturers of Salvesan have patenteted a unique stabilisation processes that guarantees the efficacy and shelf life of the HOCl for one year from manufacture.

How does Salvesan HOCl Disinfectant compare with Alcohol sanitisers ?

Alcohol is a popular disinfectant to use in clinic for wiping down instruments, furniture, and is a key ingredient in hand sanitisers. Ethyl alcohol (70%) is considered more effective compared to isopropyl alcohol. Both are bactericidal, fungicidal, and viricidal but are not effective against bacterial spores. In contrast, HOCl is bactericidal, fungicidal, viricidal and highly effective against bacterial spores. Unlike Alcohol it is non-irritating, and it does not have poisonous side effects.

Tests have proved Hand sanitisers with alcohol, used daily in many medical offices, lead to hand dermatitis, which can be extremely irritating. Fortunately, HOCl can also be used in place of Alcohol with no irritating side effects.