JSP Springfit™ Mask offers an unrivalled fit, comfort, compatibility and performance

JSP has launched the new Springfit™ fold flat disposable mask with a unique endoskeleton structure which guarantees each mask keeps its shape, increasing performance and maintaining rigidity. This integrated spring feature allows facial movement ensuring the mask offers a secure face fit and seal during speech or movement of the jaw.

SpringFit™ fold flat masks come with JSP’s Typhoon™ valves

The pioneering Typhoon™ valve has been designed to reduce breathing resistance, heat and moisture build-up. The valve is unaffected by any moisture, and therefore maintains high performance levels even at very low temperatures (-40°C tested).

The new Springfit™ is extremely comfortable with adjustable straps so the mask can be fitted comfortably to all head sizes and shapes. The foam area around the inside of the mask ensures the mask is comfortable to wear and the welded nose piece gives the mask a tighter fit ensuring a good face fit.

The low profile design of the SpringFit™ provides exceptional compatibility with other above the neck PPE, such as eyewear improving the wearer’s field of vision. It is designed to be compact, is easily pocketed and individually
packed for hygiene reasons.

The low profile design means Springfit™ integrates well with other PPE

The Springfit™ range conforms to EN149 and is available in FFP3 and FFP2 valved and unvalved, with a nuisance odour carbon layer available on the FFP3 valved model.

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2 Replies to “JSP Springfit™ Mask offers an unrivalled fit, comfort, compatibility and performance”

  1. Hello,

    Today, I bought the one and only Typhoon FFP3 respirator in stock from Screwfix. I noticed that after wearing for 30 minutes the valve contained moisture. I also noticed that my glasses were steaming up. Please can you tell me if I should be seeing moisture in the valve? I managed to reduce the amount of moisture hitting my glasses by adjusting the mask, but still had some steaming up.

    Many thanks

    Stella West

    1. Hello Stella,

      The mask will collect moisture as this is being exhaled when breathing, so it is normal. The valve stops air returning back through though so the moisture is just sitting on the valve cover. If your glasses are steaming up we would suggest that you have air escaping through the top of the mask, likely around the nose area. Try pinching the bridge of the nose and forming the mask down and around the face. This should seal the mask and allow only air to escape from the exhalation valve. Masks are not one size fits all which is why wearers should be fit tested to ensure the mask they are wearing is right for them.

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