Why wear a washable mask made of HENJL fabric?
Concerned about the well-being and health of everyone, Henjl puts its technical know-how and local production resources at your service to offer you protective masks made of fabric adapted to the Covid19 health crisis. Ideal to wear, the fabric mask is knitted in 3D in a single operation in Haute-Savoie in Groisy. It is therefore a seamless washable mask which adapts easily to all faces, you just have to adjust the length of the elastic of your fabric mask to adapt it to your head circumference. You can attach it behind your ears or behind your head. Moreover, thanks to their single-layer construction, the washable fabric mask is ultra comfortable, breathable and light (15g). Its composition with a special polypropylene thread prevents moisture absorption and allows it to withstand a washing temperature of over 95 degrees C° and can be washed in boiling water (12mn minimum). The fabric mask is ultra-breathable, minimising fogging when wearing glasses. Our yarn is European and Bluesign® / OEKOTEX 100 certified.
Fabric mask for all your activities
Developed for all your indoor and outdoor sports activities but also for your daily life, we offer two types of washable fabric masks.
ALL OUR FABRIC MASKS ARE CERTIFIED CATEGORY 1 (UNS1)
The washable DT100 mask does not absorb moisture and allows perspiration to evacuate more easily. In addition, the DT100 fabric mask is more breathable and more flexible, offering you high performance and comfort during your sports sessions. With its checkered loook "Dirt Track" you can choose your washable mask in red, navy blue or white fabric.
The washable M100 mask is adapted to everyday life thanks to a composition that limits fogging and gives you all the comfort you need even if you wear glasses. The M100 fabric mask is washable and reusable.
These masks are intended for professional or general public use and are exclusively reserved for non-sanitary uses. They are intended to prevent droplet projections. They are not intended to be used by medical personnel in contact with patients.