Filtering devices against coronavirus

Our masks are certified as PPE according to EN 149:2001+A1:2009 in class FFP2 and FFP3 and fully correspond to the World Health Organization (WHO) indications.

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We produce and distribute half masks, disposable masks, eye protection visors and ear protection disposals, safety helmets, gas detectors and escape equipment.

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Spasciani 1892

Leader in Italy, SPASCIANI has a relevant position in the international market which makes it a Made In Italy excellence.

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Company Summer Holydays 2020

3 August 2020

After the last few very hard months, it’s time to come back to our families and enjoy some well-earned rest! We will be closed from the 1st to the 19th of August. SIBOL head quarter will be closed from the 10th to the 23rd instead. We wish you all a good summer!!  

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EEBD SK 1203 obtained ATEK certification

19 June 2020

During 2019 we worked very hard to be able to launch the new version of our EEBD SK 1203 during the A+A international exposition in Düsseldorf. The goals were ambitious: to renew a strong product to make it even more practical and safe for the user. For this purpose we changed the material of the […]

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Filtering devices against coronavirus

27 March 2020

The World Health Organization (WHO) has published various guidelines on the prevention and use of the most suitable devices against coronavirus.    For disease prevention, it is advisable to wear disposable masks with at least FFP2 protection level. FFP2 filtering facepieces are suitable for protection from solid and / or non-volatile liquid particles.  To reduce the virus spread, infected people […]

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