Washing and drying the barrier mask must be in line with the manufacturer's recommendations (notice Use, maintenance instructions or training).
Contact between a contaminated (washing) barrier mask and clothing should be avoided Own. The person in charge of the washing will have to protect himselfto handle the stained masks if they do not are not in a water-soluble bag.
It is recommended, above all, to wash the barrier masks, by rinsing cold with bleach or to run it empty at 60 degrees Celsius or 95 degrees Celsius without wringing.
It is not recommended to use specific products other than the usual laundry without previously assured of their non-toxicity by inhaled residues, and that their uses do not degrade the materials. The complete wash cycle (wetting, washing, rinsing) must be at least 30 minutes with a washing temperature of 60oC.
Note The use of softeners is not recommended.
Washing of barrier masks can be done with old machine sheets, so to ensure that it looks the mechanics of the wash.
It is recommended that the barrier mask be completely dried within two hours of washing. Barrier masks should not dry in the open air. Laundry Industrial, iIt is appropriate to use dryers and dryers. For domestic drying, a dryer should be used and the dryer filters cleaned-washing (and washing hands afterwards). In all cases, the barrier masks must be completely driedt (it's-to say all necksat heart), or even over-dried.
Note It is not recommended to clean with a micro oven-waves.
A visual inspection (with protective gloves or washed hands) must be carried out after each wash cycle. If any damage to the barrier mask is detected (less fit, deformation, wear, etc.), the barrier mask must be discarded.
Source AFNOR SPEC S76-001 - 27 March 2020