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COVID 19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic (colloquially known as coronavirus pandemic, corona pandemic, coronavirus crisis or corona crisis) is an outbreak of the novel respiratory disease COVID-19 (or "Covid-19", for corona virus disease 2019). This disease first became noticeable at the end of December 2019 in the megacity of Wuhan in the Chinese province of Hubei, developed into an epidemic in China in January 2020 and finally spread worldwide. The outbreak was triggered by the previously unknown corona virus SARS-CoV-2. This virus is also known as the novel corona virus.

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FFP Respirators and Medical Products

We are able to supply up to 2 million FFP masks and 1.5 million medical products per week



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FFP Respirators and Medical Products

We are able to supply up to 2 million FFP masks and 1.5 million medical products per week

COVID 19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic (colloquially known as coronavirus pandemic, corona pandemic, coronavirus crisis or corona crisis) is an outbreak of the novel respiratory disease COVID-19 (or "Covid-19", for corona virus disease 2019). This disease first became noticeable at the end of December 2019 in the megacity of Wuhan in the Chinese province of Hubei, developed into an epidemic in China in January 2020 and finally spread worldwide. The outbreak was triggered by the previously unknown corona virus SARS-CoV-2. This virus is also known as the novel corona virus.

On 30 January 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared an international health emergency to counteract the spread of the disease to countries without efficient health systems. As of 28 February 2020, the WHO assessed the risk at the global level as "very high" in its reports (WHO risk assessment, global level: very high), previously as "high". On 11 March 2020, the WHO officially declared the previous epidemic a pandemic, the first since pandemic H1N1.

On 13 January 2020, the first laboratory-confirmed infection with SARS-CoV-2 was reported from Thailand - and thus outside the People's Republic of China - and on 23 January 2020, the first case of infection outside Asia was reported in the United States of America. In each case there was a link to travel to or from Wuhan.  On 2 February 2020 the first case of death outside China occurred in the Philippines. It was a Chinese person from Wuhan. On 9 February 2020, the number of registered deaths exceeded the total number of deaths from the 2002/2003 SARS pandemic, at over 800. On 15 February 2020, France reported the first death outside Asia, a person who had travelled in from China. On 23 February 2020, Italy reported the first two European deaths from COVID-19.  The WHO report of 26 February 2020 reported for the first time more new infections outside China than inside; with the WHO report of 16 March 2020, the number of cumulative infections outside China (86,434) then exceeded the number inside China (81,077).

The importance of respiratory protection

Hazardous particles can be carcinogenic or radioactive, others damage the body's respiratory system over decades and lead to the long-term development of serious diseases. At best, workers only have to deal with unpleasant odours. Respiratory masks protect in three classes against aqueous and oily aerosols, viruses, smoke and fine dust at work; their protective function is standardized throughout Europe according to EN 149. They are referred to as particle-filtering half masks or fine dust masks and are divided into protection classes FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3.

How does a respirator work?

Respiratory masks protect against respirable dust, smoke and liquid mist (aerosol), but not against vapour and gas. The classification system is divided into three FFP classes, the abbreviation FFP stands for "filtering face piece". A respiratory protective mask covers the nose and mouth and consists of various filter materials and the mask itself. They are prescribed at workplaces where the occupational exposure limit value (OEL) is exceeded. This is the maximum permissible concentration of dusts, smoke and aerosols in the air we breathe that does not lead to health hazards. If it is exceeded, breathing masks are mandatory.

What do breathing masks protect against?

The protection classes FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3 provide respiratory protection for different concentrations of pollutants and Viruses, depending on the total leakage and the filtering of particle sizes up to 0.6 μm The total leakage is caused by the filter permeability and leaks in the face and nose, which MCO respirators and many more largely avoid by being based on the human anatomy. Thanks to innovative filter technology, breathing resistance also remains low and breathing is not impeded by trapped particles in the filter, even if the respirator is used several times.

FFP2 Respirators

Respirators of protection class FFP2 are suitable for work environments in which there are harmful and mutagenic substances in the breathing air. They must collect at least 94% of the particles in the air up to a size of 0.6 μm and may be used if the workplace limit value does not exceed 10 times the concentration. Respirators of protection class FFP2 are used, for example, in the metal industry or in mining. There, workers come into contact with aerosols, mist and smoking, which in the long term lead to the development of respiratory diseases such as lung cancer and which massively increase the risk of secondary diseases such as active pulmonary tuberculosis. In addition, our masks provide additional protection against unpleasant odors at the workplace thanks to the innovative  filter system with carbon layer

The information given above is non-binding. The protection classes given for the various areas of application are minimum requirements and are only for guidance. It is the responsibility of the user to check that the respirator meets the requirements regarding hazardous substances and concentrations before use. For this reason, the selection of the correct personal protective equipment must always be assessed on site by the employers' liability insurance association or comparable institutions. The MCOGROUP assumes no liability for the information provided.

  • Protection against solid and liquid dusts, smoke and aerosols harmful to health
  • Particles can be fibrogenic, which means that they cause short-term respiratory irritation and long-term loss of elasticity of the lung tissue
  • Total leakage must not exceed 11%.
  • The occupational exposure limit value may be exceeded by a maximum of 10 times

FFP3 Respirators

Respiratory protection masks of protection class FFP3 offer the greatest possible protection against respiratory air pollution. With a total leakage of maximum 5% and a required protection of at least 99% against particles up to a size of 0.6 μm they are capable of filtering toxic, carcinogenic and radioactive particles. These respirators can be used in working environments where the occupational exposure limit is exceeded by up to 30 times the industry-specific value. They are used in the chemical industry, for example. The information given above is non-binding. The protection classes given for the various areas of application are minimum requirements and are only for guidance. It is the responsibility of the user to check that the respirator meets the requirements regarding hazardous substances and concentrations before use. For this reason, the selection of the correct personal protective equipment must always be assessed on site by the employers' liability insurance association or comparable institutions. The MCOGROUP assumes no liability for the information provided.
  • Protection against toxic and harmful dusts, smoke and aerosols
  • When handling carcinogenic or radioactive substances and pathogens such as viruses, bacteria and fungal spores, the use of an FFP3 mask is recommended
  • Total leakage must not exceed 5%.
  • The occupational exposure limit value must not be exceeded by more than 30 times

Medical Classic

2 million available per week depending on factory capacity

Latex-free, high-quality, anatomically shaped face mask with easily mouldable nose clip. Inside and outside is made of physiologically harmless, plasticizer-free polypropylene fleece, the filter medium consists of special meltblown microfibre fleece, welded together by ultrasound.
The mask is suitable for permanent use and provides excellent protection for both healthcare professionals and patients
  • Non Sterile
  • Sterile Masks
  • Ear loop or to tie together
  • Lightweight 3-layer mouthguard with very high filter performance
  • Comfortable to wear, well-fitting with integrated noseband

Medical Gowns - in Stock

Gowns are examples of personal protective equipment used in health care settings.  They are used to protect the wearer from the spread of infection or illness if the wearer comes in contact with potentially infectious liquid and solid material. Ask us about a Catalogue

  • AAMI Level 4 Surgical Gowns M, L, XL, XXL no sterilization or ETO Sterilization is applicable
  • Reinforced Surgical Gowns M / L / XL / XXL no sterilization or ETO Sterilization is applicable
  • 35 / 45 / 50 68 gsm Breathable Viral Barrel Fabric (BVB)
  • ICA LAB COAT, ICA Boot Cover, ICA Chemo gown, ICA Poly
    Coated Gown and many more
  • Scrub Suits XS / S / M / L
  • Isolation Gowns M / L / XL / XXL / Medical Gloves
  • Patient Pyjamas - Top XS / S / M / L / XL / XXL / XXXL / XXXXL
  • Patient Pyjamas - Pants XS / S / M / L / XL / XXL / XXXL / XXXXL
  • Surgical Face Masks PPSB + Melt-blown + PPSB White,
    L/Blue, L/Green, LNellow, L/pink /  S / M / L
  • And many more Products

The importance of respiratory protection

Hazardous particles can be carcinogenic or radioactive, others damage the body's respiratory system over decades and lead to the long-term development of serious diseases. At best, workers only have to deal with unpleasant odours. Respiratory masks protect in three classes against aqueous and oily aerosols, viruses, smoke and fine dust at work; their protective function is standardized throughout Europe according to EN 149. They are referred to as particle-filtering half masks or fine dust masks and are divided into protection classes FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3.

How does a respirator work?

Respiratory masks protect against respirable dust, smoke and liquid mist (aerosol), but not against vapour and gas. The classification system is divided into three FFP classes, the abbreviation FFP stands for "filtering face piece". A respiratory protective mask covers the nose and mouth and consists of various filter materials and the mask itself. They are prescribed at workplaces where the occupational exposure limit value (OEL) is exceeded. This is the maximum permissible concentration of dusts, smoke and aerosols in the air we breathe that does not lead to health hazards. If it is exceeded, breathing masks are mandatory.

Safety googles - in Stock

GogglGoogles, orsafety glasses, are forms of protective eyewear that usually enclose or protect the area surrounding the eye in order to prevent particulates, water or chemicals / viruses from striking the eyes. They are used in chemistry / virus laboratories andHospitals. Goggles are often worn when using power tools such as drills or chainsaws to prevent flying particles from damaging the eyes. Many types of goggles are available as prescription goggles for those with vision problems.

  • The goggles sit comfortably due to the hard / soft component mix of the contact surface.
  • This goggle is suitable for all different face shapes.
  • The safety goggles can be individually adjusted to your head shape at the side of the temples and therefore guarantee a pleasant wearing feeling with a perfect fit.
  • These safety goggles completely seal off your face from the environment Scratch resistant, anti fog and other Protection - A special coating on the lense makes it particularly scratch-resistant on the outside and fog-free on the inside.
  • Anti Fog, Anti Saliva

Face Shields - in Stock

Face shields are personal protective equipment devices that are used by many workers (e.g., medical, dental, veterinary) for protection of the facial area and associated mucous membranes (eyes, nose, mouth) from splashes, sprays, and spatter of body fluids. Face shields are generally not used alone, but in conjunction with other protective equipment and are therefore classified as adjunctive personal protective equipment. Although there are millions of potential users of face shields, guidelines for their use vary between governmental agencies and professional societies and little research is available regarding their efficacy.

It is not precisely known when eye protection first came to be used in the medical field, but records indicate that a 1903 patent was granted to Ellen Dempsey of Albany, New York, for a transparent “sanitary face shield for protection from inhaling disease producing germs.”

The introduction of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogens Standard 1910.1–030,as well as recent outbreaks of serious airborne infectious diseases (e.g., Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome [SARS], Avian Influenza, etc.) and severe infectious agents associated with the potential for body fluid exposures (e.g., Ebola virus), have resulted in increased attention to face/eye protection

What do breathing masks protect against?

The protection classes FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3 provide respiratory protection for different concentrations of pollutants and Viruses, depending on the total leakage and the filtering of particle sizes up to 0.6 μm The total leakage is caused by the filter permeability and leaks in the face and nose, which MCO respirators and many more largely avoid by being based on the human anatomy. Thanks to innovative filter technology, breathing resistance also remains low and breathing is not impeded by trapped particles in the filter, even if the respirator is used several times.

Forehead Thermometer

• Non-Contact Design, Safe and more hygienic to use.
• Built-in distance-to-spot sensor to guarantee more precise.
• Improved with environmental temperature compensation.
• Quick to get data for just 1 second, smart and convenient.
• Tri-color back light, display green, orange & red with fever alarm function.
• Memory function; Memory recall of 35 reading.
• Multi function design, can measure forehead, room, object temperature.
• Switching between mute and un-mute. It will not disturb your sleeping baby.
• Switching between Fahrenheit and Celsius.
• Automatic shutdown and power saving.

Medical Gloves

Medical gloves  are used by health care personnel to prevent the spread of infection or illness. Medical gloves are disposable and include patient examination gloves and surgeon’s gloves.

FDA Certification
CE Certification



The meaning of the FFP protection classes

Aerosols and fine dust particles are among the most insidious health risks in the working environment; in the air we breathe they are almost invisible. Particle-filtering half masks offer protection against such dangers - they are divided into three protection classes: FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3.

FFP2 without Filter

Respirators of protection class FFP2 are suitable for work environments in which there are harmful and mutagenic substances in the breathing air. They must collect at least 94% of the particles in the air up to a size of 0.6 μm

FFP2 with Filter

Respirators of protection class FFP2 are suitable for work environments in which there are harmful and mutagenic substances in the breathing air. They must collect at least 94% of the particles in the air up to a size of 0.6 μm. Its easier to breathe with the Ventile

FFP3 without Filter

Respiratory protection masks of protection class FFP3 offer the greatest possible protection against respiratory air pollution / viruses. With a maximum total leakage of 5% and a required protection of at least 99% against particles up to a size of 0.6 μm

FFP3 with Ventile

Respiratory protection masks of protection class FFP3 offer the greatest possible protection against respiratory air pollution / viruses. With a maximum total leakage of 5% and a required protection of at least 99% against particles up to a size of 0.6 μm. Its easier to breathe with the Ventile

The importance of respiratory protection

Hazardous particles can be carcinogenic or radioactive, others damage the body's respiratory system over decades and lead to the long-term development of serious diseases. At best, workers only have to deal with unpleasant odours. Respiratory masks protect in three classes against aqueous and oily aerosols, viruses, smoke and fine dust at work; their protective function is standardized throughout Europe according to EN 149. They are referred to as particle-filtering half masks or fine dust masks and are divided into protection classes FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3.

How does a respirator work?

Respiratory masks protect against respirable dust, smoke and liquid mist (aerosol), but not against vapour and gas. The classification system is divided into three FFP classes, the abbreviation FFP stands for "filtering face piece". A respiratory protective mask covers the nose and mouth and consists of various filter materials and the mask itself. They are prescribed at workplaces where the occupational exposure limit value (OEL) is exceeded. This is the maximum permissible concentration of dusts, smoke and aerosols in the air we breathe that does not lead to health hazards. If it is exceeded, breathing masks are mandatory.

What do breathing masks protect against?

The protection classes FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3 provide respiratory protection for different concentrations of pollutants and Viruses, depending on the total leakage and the filtering of particle sizes up to 0.6 μm The total leakage is caused by the filter permeability and leaks in the face and nose, which MCO respirators and many more largely avoid by being based on the human anatomy. Thanks to innovative filter technology, breathing resistance also remains low and breathing is not impeded by trapped particles in the filter, even if the respirator is used several times.

FFP2 Respirators

Respirators of protection class FFP2 are suitable for work environments in which there are harmful and mutagenic substances in the breathing air. They must collect at least 94% of the particles in the air up to a size of 0.6 μm and may be used if the workplace limit value does not exceed 10 times the concentration. Respirators of protection class FFP2 are used, for example, in the metal industry or in mining. There, workers come into contact with aerosols, mist and smoking, which in the long term lead to the development of respiratory diseases such as lung cancer and which massively increase the risk of secondary diseases such as active pulmonary tuberculosis. In addition, our masks provide additional protection against unpleasant odors at the workplace thanks to the innovative  filter system with carbon layerThe information given above is non-binding. The protection classes given for the various areas of application are minimum requirements and are only for guidance. It is the responsibility of the user to check that the respirator meets the requirements regarding hazardous substances and concentrations before use. For this reason, the selection of the correct personal protective equipment must always be assessed on site by the employers' liability insurance association or comparable institutions. The MCOGROUP assumes no liability for the information provided.Protection against solid and liquid dusts, smoke and aerosols harmful to healthParticles can be fibrogenic, which means that they cause short-term respiratory irritation and long-term loss of elasticity of the lung tissueTotal leakage must not exceed 11%.
The occupational exposure limit value may be exceeded by a maximum of 10 times

FFP3 Respirators

Respiratory protection masks of protection class FFP3 offer the greatest possible protection against respiratory air pollution. With a total leakage of maximum 5% and a required protection of at least 99% against particles up to a size of 0.6 μm they are capable of filtering toxic, carcinogenic and radioactive particles. These respirators can be used in working environments where the occupational exposure limit is exceeded by up to 30 times the industry-specific value. They are used in the chemical industry, for example. The information given above is non-binding. The protection classes given for the various areas of application are minimum requirements and are only for guidance. It is the responsibility of the user to check that the respirator meets the requirements regarding hazardous substances and concentrations before use. For this reason, the selection of the correct personal protective equipment must always be assessed on site by the employers' liability insurance association or comparable institutions. The MCOGROUP assumes no liability for the information provided.Protection against toxic and harmful dusts, smoke and aerosolsWhen handling carcinogenic or radioactive substances and pathogens such as viruses, bacteria and fungal spores, the use of an FFP3 mask is recommendedTotal leakage must not exceed 5%.The occupational exposure limit value must not be exceeded by more than 30 times

Medical Classic
Ask for a catalogue

2 million available per week depending on factory capacity
Latex-free, high-quality, anatomically shaped face mask with easily mouldable nose clip. Inside and outside is made of physiologically harmless, plasticizer-free polypropylene fleece, the filter medium consists of special meltblown microfibre fleece, welded together by ultrasound. The mask is suitable for permanent use and provides excellent protection for both healthcare professionals and patients

  • Non Sterile
  • Sterile Masks
  • Ear loop or to tie together
  • Lightweight 3-layer mouthguard with very high filter performance
  • Comfortable to wear, well-fitting with integrated noseband

Medical Gowns - in Stock

Gowns are examples of personal protective equipment used in health care settings.  They are used to protect the wearer from the spread of infection or illness if the wearer comes in contact with potentially infectious liquid and solid material. Ask us about a Catalogue

  • AAMI Level 4 Surgical Gowns M, L, XL, XXL no sterilization or ETO Sterilization is applicable
  • Reinforced Surgical Gowns M / L / XL / XXL no sterilization or ETO Sterilization is applicable
  • 35 / 45 / 50 68 gsm Breathable Viral Barrel Fabric (BVB)
  • ICA LAB COAT, ICA Boot Cover, ICA Chemo gown, ICA Poly
    Coated Gown and many more
  • Scrub Suits XS / S / M / L
  • Isolation Gowns M / L / XL / XXL / Medical Gloves
  • Patient Pyjamas - Top XS / S / M / L / XL / XXL / XXXL / XXXXL
  • Patient Pyjamas - Pants XS / S / M / L / XL / XXL / XXXL / XXXXL
  • Surgical Face Masks PPSB + Melt-blown + PPSB White,
    L/Blue, L/Green, LNellow, L/pink /  S / M / L
  • And many more Products


Safety googles - in Stock

Googles, or, are forms of protective eyewear that usually enclose or protect the area surrounding the eye in order to prevent particulates, water or chemicals / viruses from striking the eyes. They are used in chemistry / virus laboratories andHospitals. Goggles are often worn when using power tools such as drills or chainsaws to prevent flying particles from damaging the eyes. Many types of goggles are available as prescription goggles for those with vision problems.

  • The goggles sit comfortably due to the hard / soft component mix of the contact surface.
  • This goggle is suitable for all different face shapes.
  • The safety goggles can be individually adjusted to your head shape at the side of the temples and therefore guarantee a pleasant wearing feeling with a perfect fit.
  • These safety goggles completely seal off your face from the environment Scratch resistant, anti fog and other Protection - A special coating on the lense makes it particularly scratch-resistant on the outside and fog-free on the inside.
  • Anti Fog, Anti Saliva

Face Shields - in Stock

Face shields are personal protective equipment devices that are used by many workers (e.g., medical, dental, veterinary) for protection of the facial area and associated mucous membranes (eyes, nose, mouth) from splashes, sprays, and spatter of body fluids. Face shields are generally not used alone, but in conjunction with other protective equipment and are therefore classified as adjunctive personal protective equipment. Although there are millions of potential users of face shields, guidelines for their use vary between governmental agencies and professional societies and little research is available regarding their efficacy.

It is not precisely known when eye protection first came to be used in the medical field, but records indicate that a 1903 patent was granted to Ellen Dempsey of Albany, New York, for a transparent “sanitary face shield for protection from inhaling disease producing germs.”The introduction of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogens Standard 1910.1–030,as well as recent outbreaks of serious airborne infectious diseases (e.g., Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome [SARS], COVID - 19 and Avian Influenza, etc.) and severe infectious agents associated with the potential for body fluid exposures (e.g., Ebola virus), have resulted in increased attention to face/eye protection.

Forehead Thermometer

  • Non-Contact Design, Safe and more hygienic to use.
  • Built-in distance-to-spot sensor to guarantee more precise.
  • Improved with environmental temperature compensation.
  • Quick to get data for just 1 second, smart and convenient.
  • Tri-color back light, display green, orange & red with fever alarm function.
  • Memory function; Memory recall of 35 reading.
  • Multi function design, can measure forehead, room, object temperature.
  • Switching between mute and un-mute. It will not disturb your sleeping baby.
  • Switching between Fahrenheit and Celsius.
  • Automatic shutdown and power saving.

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