Warranted to last 3 years on shelf
Perfect Seal Technology
Gentle Medical Adhesive for hypoallergenic comfortable fit
Active Filtration on inhale and exhale
"It's the most comfortable mask I've ever worn!"
-Sheila the Nurse
"Love these masks! My staff and I finally feel safe seeing patients in the office."
-Dr. Cheryl R.
Fire Chief Richard Marinucci and several of his firefighters conducted live tests in smoke-filled training towers.
"This is the simplest product I have seen. No straps, it just seals to your face so smoke doesn't come in around the edges like other masks."
"The ReadiMask filters so many of the byproducts of fire at a level sufficient to allow the user additional time to safely escape from a building, train, car, school, airplane or other affected area."
- Chief Richard Marinucci
Former President of the International Association of Fire Chiefs and COO of the United States Fire Administration.
"I was impressed with the fit and comfort, had no trouble obtaining an effective seal on the first try. It allowed me to perform an aggessive grimace exercise and to speak without the respirator slipping. With enough effort I can usually manipulate my face and jaw to intentionally dislodge conventional FFR but I was unable to do that with the ReadiMask. There was no appreciable build up of hot air inside the breathing zone...I nearly forgot that I had it on. My impression after conducting these few tests is that the ReadiMask respirator offers advantages in fit and comfort compared to conventional non-adhesive designs. With proper donning, the fit seems superior to a conventional FFR that is also properly donned.”
– Jeff Weed
President of Weed Respiratory Protection Solutions, LLC, and PortaCount and Respirator Fit Testing Expert
I designed and started making masks right after the first World Trade Center bombing. The original idea was a mask to help people escape a hazardous situation. As I learned more about respirators, I realized most masks did not work because they leaked.
My vision was a mask that sealed, thereby working both on the inhalation and the exhalation. Without a seal, dirt and pathogens can get in or out, thus rendering a mask ineffective. Inward seepage allows contaminants to get into your lungs. Outward seepage is the reason glasses fog. These problems were solved by the invention of the ReadiMask - the mask that seals.
- John Schwind -