Antimicrobial Conductive-Polymer Face Masks
Our PPY (polypyrrole) barrier utility face masks are made using carbon-based conductive polymers that penetrate cell walls to capture, disrupt, and kill microbes and bacteria. The conductive polymer is applied deep into the fibers of the mask material using an ultrasound-assisted lab technique. Conductive polymers are presenting medical professionals with powerful antimicrobial and antibacterial tools with a wide range of applications, including filtering for better face protection. The process of turning pyrrole into a conductive polymer (polypyrrole) in a laboratory and applying it deep into the fibers of the mask material provides a new level of protection for you, your coworkers, customers, and family.
MADE IN THE U.S.
All manufacturing is performed in the USA and components are USA made.
Conductive polymers penetrate cell walls to kill microbes and bacteria.
Washable & reusable many times without losing antimicrobial & antibacterial properties.
Protective Polypyrrole Mask
– Made from Conductive Polymers
– Antimicrobial & Antibacterial
– Made in the USA
– Washable Fabric
What Makes This Mask Special?
The most common question we get is, “why the heck would I pay $35 for a mask?” To answer this question, let’s take a deeper look at the Value and Effectiveness of our masks.
VALUE: Yes, disposable masks are dirt cheap. You can easily find disposable masks for $1. The question is, how many masks are you going to need to go through? Disposable masks should be disposed of frequently. But our masks are washable and reusable many times. They are also actively fighting against microbes and bacteria while you wear them. The fabric has been test-washed 100x and still hadn’t lost its effectiveness. Our masks are more like investing in a piece of protective clothing than a disposable face diaper. A really, really important piece of clothing.
EFFECTIVENESS: The next thing you might be thinking is that you can just make a mask at home that’s washable for free. Just cut up an old t-shirt or some generic fabric and sew a mask or buy one online. The problem is that those masks will usually do virtually nothing in terms of filtering and they almost certainly aren’t going to be antimicrobial or antibacterial. Bacteria have a chance of thriving on that kind of mask, whereas they would die on our masks because of the antimicrobial and antibacterial properties. This is an incredibly special and powerful quality of our material that comes from the conductive polymers embedded in the fibers of our masks.
CONCLUSION: You won’t find a washable, reusable, made in the USA, antimicrobial, and antibacterial face mask that will last you for many uses like this anywhere else. That’s because of how hard this fabric really is to make. They are the one-of-a-kind protection that you and your family deserve right now.
– Washington Post
– Research Gate
– Science Direct