As the virus spreads through droplets and aerosols, it is important that the mask filter can repel water. IIMASK filter is hydrophobic with size large enough to cover both nasal and oral openings, hence provide maximum protection on any cloth mask
BFE - 99%
Bacterial Filtration Efficiency (BFE) is one of five performance metrics of mask.
This test measures the percentage of bacteria larger than 3 microns filtered out by the mask. The challenge material used is Staphylococcus aureus. IIMASK BFE result shows the efficiency of 99%, or having excellent resistance to bacteria penetration
Most quality manufacturers will have masks that filter out at least 95% of bacteria. As a general tip, it’s always better to purchase products with higher efficiency levels as it can filter out the most particles. However, there is nothing that can guarantee 100% protection, which makes social distancing and washing hands more important than ever.
While most cloth mask users utilizes 5-6 plies of tissue as their filter, IIMASK offer a breathable-thin filter with BFE 99% as tissue replacement. It is proven effective during blow test of a lighted candle. Forget the bulky tissues.
Our Mask Collection
Aside of production of mask filter, we also provide printed mask for preschoolers, kids, and adults. Custom printed masks for companies, hospitals, schools or offices are also possible by request. Kindly contact our customer service to do so
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Welcome to IITOYA
Membrane based water filtration, made in Indonesia
Tap Water Fitration
The filter is directly connected to water faucet through plastic hose with easy set-up
The membrane is able to remove colloids and other harmful substances through physical separation process
The filter is made at IITOYA’s workshop, ensuring its availability anytime
Drinking water quality standards describes the quality parameters set for drinking water. Despite the truth that every human on this planet needs drinking water to survive and that water may contain many harmful constituents, there are no universally recognized and accepted international standards for drinking water.