Medisana Particle Filtering Half Masks RM 100

User Instructions

Failure to follow the instructions and warning on the use of this mask during all times of exposure can reduce the effectiveness of the mask and could result in illness or disability. A copy of the Declaration of Compliance will be supplied / provided with every smallest commercially available package. As with any respiratory device, the wearer must be adequately trained prior to use. Before use, the wearer should always check the mask is in good condition – no dirt, no damage to headharness attachment etc.


Do not use the respirator or enter or stay in a contaminated area under the following circumstances:

  1. Atmosphere contains less than 19.5 % oxygen.
  2. If you smell or taste contaminant.
  3. For protection against gases or vapors.
  4. Contaminants or their concentrations are unknown or immediately dangerous to life or health.
  5. For sandblasting, paint-spray operations and asbestos treatment.
  6. In explosive atmospheres.
  1. This mask marked “NR” is for single use only.
  2. Never substitute, modify, add, or omit parts in the configuration as specified by the manufacture.
  3. This mask helps protect against certain particulate contaminants but does not completely eliminate exposure to the risk of contracting disease or infection.
  4. It is unlikely that the requirements for leakage will be achieved if facial hair passes under the face seal.
  5. Change the mask immediately if breathing becomes difficult or the mask becomes damaged or distorted.
  6. Change the mask if a proper face seal cannot be achieved.
  1. Store the mask in a sealed container away from contaminated areas when not use.
  2. Store the mask in the original packing during transport.



  1. Hold the particle half mask in position over the nose and mouth.
  2. Pull the headharness behind to ears, attach the headharess to the retaining clip, improve comfort and prevent leakage.
  3. Ensure the nose clip is securely moulded around the nose, resting the ends against the cheek to obtain a good seal.
  4. To check for proper fit, cup both hands over the mask and exhale vigorously. If air leaks around the nose, tighten the nose clip, if air leaks around the edge, reposition the headharness for better fit.
  5. Repeat adjustments until the mask is sealed properly.
  6. If a proper seal cannot be achieved do not enter the contaminated area or it may cause illness.

Protection level: FFP2 NR with degree of protection 95 %
Shelf life: intended for single short-term use;
when stored in closed bag: 3 years.
Size (folded): 106,7mm x 155mm
Art. No.: 33333 (VPE 10), 33335 (VPE 5), 33337 (VPE 25)
Storage: dry, <80% humidity, -30°C to +50°C

Standards: EN 149:2001 +A1:2009; R 2016/425
CCQS Certification Service ltd., Block 1 Blanchardstown Corporate Park, Ballycoolin Road, Blanchardstown, Dublin 15, D15 AKK1, Dublin, Ireland, phone: 0035315886920, email: [email protected]
You can request the complete EU Declaration of Conformity from medisana GmbH, Jagenbergstr. 19, 41468 Neuss, Germany, or you can also download it from the medisana homepage (

Documents / Resources

Medisana Particle Filtering Half Masks RM 100 [pdf] Instruction Manual
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Medisana Particle Filtering Half Masks RM 100 [pdf] Instruction Manual
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  1. I’m currently doing a lot of research about the circumstances under which a mask is needed. Good to know that it is better to stay in a contaminated area for sandblasting, painting work and asbestos treatment. My uncle works a lot with sandblasting booths, so I’ll tell him that time.
    Ich erkundige mich derzeit viel darüber, unter welchen Umständen man eine Maske braucht. Gut zu wissen, dass man sich für Sandstrahlen, Lackierarbeiten und Asbestbehandlung lieber in einem kontaminierten Bereich aufhalten soll. Mein Onkel arbeitet viel mit Sandstrahl Kabinen, also sage ich ihm das Mal.

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