RESPRO® ALLERGY™ MASK

For MCS and allergic particulate disorders.

The Respro® Allergy™ Mask has been developed with the hyper sensitive individual in mind. Chemical and particle sensitivity for some people can be completely debilitating. Even the smaller concentration of a chemical can have a marked effect on an individuals well being.

Allergy UKRespro® Allergy™ Mask receives British Allergy Foundation Award

For more information or to buy a Respro® Allergy™ Mask, visit our website www.respro.com.

26 Responses to RESPRO® ALLERGY™ MASK

  1. Serissa says:

    First of all, thank you for making these masks. I have severe debilitating allergies and hyper sensitivities and am dependent on your Respro Allergy Mask on a daily basis. The impact your allergy masks have on the quality of my daily life is immense. Thank you.

    With that said, it does get a bit boring having to wear the same blue or white mask several hours a day, year in, year out, and the Respro skins on your website looks really cool.

    Can the Respro allergy filters and valves be successfully paired with the Respro skin outer-shells while still maintaining its function as a secure allergy mask? And if not, is it possible with any of your other, more colorful masks, like the Sportsta or City masks?

    • Hi Serissa,

      The neoprene we use is tested and certified for any harmful chemicals. This means that there are no known harmful agents used in the manufacturing process. Some people have sensitivity to Neoprene like some people have a latex sensitivity. Our advice is that if you are chemically sensitive, then it would be best to
      use the Respro® Allergy mask as a basis for fair filtration.

      All of our masks have interchangeable filters and valves to allow you to choose the best option of mask and filter dependent on your needs provided the size of the filter and the size of the mask is the same. i.e. large filter/large mask. So yes
      is the answer to your question.

      I hope this is of assistance and please feel free to ask for any further advice.

      Kind regards
      Harrison – Team Respro® Customer services

    • If you are looking for a different colour mask shell, the Ultralight Mask is made from the same material as the Allergy Mask.

      • Serissa says:

        That’s great news, thank you! As I always have to keep the mask on whenever I meet someone, it’s fun to be able to change its appearance from time to time. While the Ultra Light mask isn’t as colorful as your other ranges, at least I now get three more color options! ^_^

    • If you have a moment we would very much
      appreciate it if you write a review about your experience with our customer services.

      http://respro.com/store/product/respro-allergy-mask#review-form

      Team Respro®

  2. Rita says:

    looking for a supplier in bc.ca

  3. Julia D says:

    Hello.
    Im allergic to many many things such as dust animals flowers etc
    Stuffy nose for more than a decade did damage to my ears …
    What kind of mask would u recommend for best filtration of allergens ? Also..how often do we replace filtration?
    Thank you

    • Hi Julia,

      The Allergy mask as standard is the way to go. The mask shell is made from air permeable material which is good for facial ventilation and comfort. It also has exhalation valves for humidity control in the mask and an excellent Hepa-Type sub micron dust filter (good for your pollen issue). The Allergy mask on its own, comes complete with Hepa-Type filter and is ready to use out of the box.

      On an aside, as pollen can enter the system via any mucous membrane which includes the eyes, it would be sensible to also include eyeware in any protection plan.

      Best regards

  4. Carmen Lewis says:

    I just asked about the allergy mask vs perfume. I have another question…my son would prefer a black mask but I see that the allergy mask only comes in blue and white. Would a black Sportsa mask work if we got the allergy mask’s filter?

  5. Carmen Lewis says:

    My son has vocal cord dysfunction, a non-treatable breathing condition, that is triggered by certain molecules in the air. The worst offender for him is perfume &/or cologne. I am not sure where to look up the particle size of perfume so was wondering if your allergy mask would be able to keep perfume particles out?

    • Hi Carmen

      Apologies for the delay in response, it was a busy week last week

      We would recommend the Allergy mask with combination filter. This filter provides both Sub-micron particle filtration and gas/vapor filtration including molecules of VOC’s like perfumes.

      An alternative is the Ultralight mask with Chemical particle filter. The essential difference is the valves which are better for sports activities if undertaken by your son.

      All our masks are manufactured to the technical specification of EN149 FFP1 which is the equivalent of N95 in the US.

      BACKGROUND FILTER INFORMATION

      The DACC (Activated Charcoal) is lab tested for uptakes against various chemicals which are listed here:
      http://respro.com/pg/the-tech/filtration-dacc

      Our particle filter material is tested to 0.3 microns in size. The results confirm that 99% of all particles passing through the media is trapped. The typically range of particles found in industry which is where the material is normally used is 0.5 microns in aerodynamic diameter. Typical ranges of particulate pollution are from 0.5 to 10+ microns.

      I hope this is of assistance and please feel free to ask for any further advice.

      Best regards
      Harrison | Respro® UK Customer services

  6. Emma says:

    I work with medical marijuana and am very allergic to it. We wear basic surgical masks that do not help keep the particles out. would this mask help with that ?

    • Hi

      We consider any dust/smoke an airborne particulate. Typically they are carried by other particles of dust dirt etc., including water droplets. So if you were to use the Hepa-type filter within the Allergy, Sportsta Ultralight or FB-1 mask then you should have adequate protection.

      The protection afforded by the Hepa-type filter includes cigarette smoke particles which are sub-micron in size – the filter material is tested to 0.3 micron sized particle and is rated at 99.7%. As the size gets smaller so the efficiency drops. However most particulates present are in the 0.5 – 50 microns in size.

      I hope this is of assistance and please get back to me if you need more info.

      Best regards
      Respro® UK Customer services customerservices@respro.com

  7. Barb Loma says:

    I h ave severe chemical allergies and it sounds like this mask would help. But not all suppliers in the US to ship to Canada.
    Do you have a supplier in Canada?
    or do know of a supplier in the US that will ship to Canada?
    Thanks

    • Respro UK Ltd says:

      Hi Barb,

      I have listed some dealers/suppliers below for you.

      Kind regards
      Mairead McClean – Team Respro® Customer services
      customerservices@respro.com

      For Your Information:

      The Respro® Allergy mask has a sub-micron particle filter for the removal of pollen, animal dander and most innocuous particulates that some people have an allergic reaction to. It has breathable material comes in 4 sizes and is made from materials that are not considered to be allergenic.

      The important thing here is that it fits correctly. So sizing is particularly important.

      As a rule of thumb mask sizing is as follows;
      A Small Allergy mask will fit the a petite sized female or young child
      A Medium Allergy mask will fit the average sized female
      A Large Allergy mask will fit the average sized male or larger than regular female
      An X-Large Allergy mask will fit a larger than regular sized male or an extra large female.
      To be more accurate or for us to advise you, please send us the following details:

      Height:
      Weight:
      Neck size:
      Hat size:

      Team Respro®

      Company: Winfield Essentials
      Canada – Alberta
      Stock: Allergy masks and filters
      Address: 2935 66 Street
      Edmonton, Alberta
      Canada T6K 4C1
      Contact: Eastern/ Dr Stephen Genius
      Tel: 1-780-450-3504
      Email: docgenuis@shaw.ca
      Website: No website as sold by Allergist Dr

      Company: Lines Distributors Inc.
      Canada – Ontario
      Address: 55 Administration Road
      Unit 25
      Concord, Ontario. Canada
      L4K 4G9
      Contact: Allan Feldman
      Tel: 905-762-8869
      Toll Free Tel:1-800-962-3899
      Fax: 905-886-5377
      Email: allan@linesdistributors.com
      Website: http://www.linesdistributors.com/

      City Centre Collision~CSN
      Canada – Ontario
      Stock: Bandit & Sportsta, Xtreme Sports, FB-1 and Bandit masks. All replaceable filters
      Address: 83 Gibson St.
      North Bay,
      ON P1B 8Z4.
      Canada
      Contact: Shane Campbell
      Tel: (705)495-2689
      Cell:(705)499-0845
      http://www.csninc.ca/citycentre
      http://www.citycentrecollision.ca

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  9. art says:

    wich is the price? and can send it to all usa?

    • Respro UK Ltd says:

      Hi, The Respro® Allergy mask is available in the US from the following suppliers and varies in price.

      I hope this is of assistance

      Kind regards
      Harrison – Team Respro® Customer Services

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      US Suppliers

      Metro Masks
      Colorado
      STOCK: Sportsta, Techno, Cinqro, Respro® Allergy and Bandit.
      Contact Alex Musat
      3255 6th Street
      Boulder, Colorado
      80304
      USA
      Tel: 608.332.6767
      Email: info@metromasks.com
      Website: http://www.metromasks.com

      Nutragroup, Inc.
      San Francisco
      Stocks: Techno masks, Respro® Allergy masks
      Address:216 Ryan Way
      South San Francisco, CA 94080
      Contact: Edwin Su
      Tel: 323.305.7307
      Fax: 800.670.7385
      Email: inventory@nutragroup.com
      http://www.nutragroup.com

      Allergy Be Gone
      USA – NEW Jersey
      Stock: Respro® Allergy masks and filters
      190 Whitman Ave
      Edison, NJ 08817
      USA
      Phone 732947 3208
      Email: info@allergybegone.com
      Website: http://www.AllergyBeGone.com

      Achoo! Allergy
      GEORGIA
      Stock: Respro® Allergy masks, Bandit Techno and filters
      Contact: Ali McDonald and James Simmons
      Phone: 770-455-9999
      Fax: 770-455-9988
      Email: ali@achooallergy.com
      Website: http://www.achooallergy.com

      Company Name: Allergy Relief Store
      Arizona
      Stock: Sportsta, Respro® Allergy mask and Techno mask
      Address: 22005 I-30 S
      Bryant, AR 72022 USA
      Contact: Julie Ferrell
      Telephone: +501-847-5566
      Website: http://www.yourallergyreliefstore.com
      Email: julie@allergyreliefstore.net

  10. john geo says:

    I recently stumbled across your respro masks by accident and wondered if it could help me with my unusual problem:
    I live in an apartment flat and I have neighbours of eastern origin.
    Personally I am very sensitive to all kinds of spices like black pepper, wasabi and many others.
    Unfortunately my neighbours like to use a lot of spices in their dishes and around meal time the pepper particles from their meals enter my home, causing me great discomfort.

    Do you think this allergy mask could provide relief?
    I understand if you can’t guarantee any of the masks will work but hearing my story, which of your respro masks would you recommend to “filter the pepper particles” if I wanted to give it a try and see if it helps?

    • Respro UK Ltd says:

      I would recommend the Respro® Allergy mask, it is what we recommend for anaphylactic sufferers for use against peanut particles

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