Antimicrobial, Flexible, Reusable, Washable, N99 Filtration Standard #ACTIVEPROTECTION
WHAT IS NANOHACK MAVERICK?

NanoHack Maverick is a Facial Mask designed with the purpose of protecting against particles in the air and preventing the spread of aerosols that contaminate the respiratory tract.

NanoHack Maverick has been developed with a flexible, non-porous, biocompatible antimicrobial elastomer developed by Copper3D, allowing superior fit and tightness.
The filtration system used by the NANOHACK Maverick consists of a triple layer of variable density non-woven polypropylene material, similar to that used in surgical masks or N95.
These filters are also embedded in a copper-based antimicrobial additive, so these are not regular filters, these are antimicrobial (active) filters.
This filter system has been tested under the OSHA * protocol with a filtration result equivalent to N99.

*Protocol OSHA 29CFR1910.134, Test method: QNFT using TSI PortaCount
Triple layer of non-woven polypropylene it’s equivalent to a N99 standard!

Product Specifications

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Monoblock structure of flexible elastomer, embedded in an antimicrobial copper-based additive.

Internal sealing ring system to fix filters in the correct position, made of antimicrobial polymer, developed by Copper 3D.

Triple layer filter of non-woven polypropylene material embedded in a copper-based additive.

Elastic fastening element which attaches to the mask body.

Internal filter element that accompanies Internal sealing ring to fix filters in the correct position

Internal filter element that accompanies Internal sealing ring to fix filters in the correct position

COPPER 3D INC.: Statement of use

NanoHack Maverick by Copper3D Inc. is an antimicrobial elastomer injected face mask with a filtering standard equivalent to N99*.

If you are a Health professional and you are going to manipulate the airway, such as intubation, mechanical ventilation, fiberoptic bronchoscopy or similar procedures, we also suggest using a Face Shield or goggles as a complementary element to the NanoHack.

You can use it without any restriction in common spaces.

Active non-woven filters should be used for up to 24 hours and changed once a day. After handling the active filter, you should wash your hands and follow the instructions recommended by the health authority.

Please note that although Nanohack Maverick is a flexible mask, the tension of the elastics used to attach it to the face must be sufficient to hold it in place without causing injury to the face from continued use.

*Protocol OSHA 29CFR1910.134, Test method: QNFT using TSI PortaCount

Cleaning Instructions

NanoHack is made of antimicrobial material, however regular cleaning is recommended according to the WHO indications 3

Wash the equipment with soap and clean water.

Rinse equipment thoroughly with clean water.

Disinfect the equipment to inactivate any remaining pathogens.
Use chemical disinfection, no autoclave. Different countries have different disinfection
protocols. These are the methods and germicides most accessible chemicals:

3.1. Method 1: Alcohol is effective against the influenza virus. Ethyl alcohol (70%)
is a powerful A broad-spectrum germicide and is generally considered superior to isopropyl
alcohol. Since the alcohol is flammable, limit its use as a surface disinfectant to small
surfaces and use only on well ventilated spaces. Longterm and repeated use of alcohol as a
disinfectant can also cause discoloration, swelling, hardening and cracking of certain
plastics.

3.2. Method 2: Most household bleach solutions contain 5% sodium hypochlorite (50,000
parts per million available chlorine). Recommended dilution: 1: 100 dilution of hypochlorite
from 5% sodium is the usual recommendation.

Use 1 part bleach to 99 parts cold water (1: 100 dilution) to disinfect surfaces. Adjust the
ratio of bleach to water as necessary to achieve adequate concentration of sodium
hypochlorite.

For example, for bleach preparations containing 2.5% sodium hypochlorite, use twice as much
bleach (i.e. 2 parts bleach to 98 parts water).

4. Rinse: If using chemical disinfection, rinse with sterile or clean water (ie
boiled wáter for 5
minutes and cooled).
Sterile water is preferred for rinsing the liquid chemical disinfectant residual from a
respiratory device that has been chemically disinfected for reuse because the Running or
distilled water can harbor microorganisms that can cause pneumonia. However, when it is not
possible to rinse with sterile water, rinse with running water or filtered water (i.e. wáter
that passes through a 0.2 μ filter).
Disinfection by immersion with a time of 30 minute contact.

Store dry equipment in closed packages.

3. Infection Prevention and Control of Epidemic- and Pandemic Prone Acute Respiratory Infections in Health Care.
ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK214361

Filter System

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NanoHack Maverick uses an active (antimicrobial) filter system with different densities in three layers of Non Woven Polypropylene. This filter has been tested and validated according to the OSHA 29CFR1910.134 protocol, with the QNFT test method using the TSI PortaCount, giving as a result a protection level equivalent to a N99 standard.

The NanoHack mask comes with a 7-days filter kit, one for each day, which we recommend removing after continued use for about 24 hours.

In the case of not being able to access this type of filter, the study by Anna Davies et al 1 analyzes the filtration efficiency of different materials. See the attached table.

a. Numbers in parentheses refer to the result from 2 layers fabric.

1. Anna Davies, et al. Testing the Efficacy of Homemade Masks: Would They Protect in an Influenza Pandemic? Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness, Available on CJO 2013 doi:10.1017/dmp.2013.43.

*. Protocol OSHA 29CFR1910.134, Test method: QNFT using TSI PortaCount

Available colours off Nanohack Maverick

Cobalt with Copper

Copper with Cobalt

Purple

Efficiency comparison with face masks on the market

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There is a possibility that condensation would appear inside the Maverick because the hermicity of it’s design. The Maverick Mask doesn’t use an exhalation valve due to respirators with exhalation valves protect the wearer from SARSCoV- 2, the virus that causes COVID-19, but may not prevent the virus spreading from the wearer to others (that is, they may not be effective for source control).

Disaster Med Public Health Prep. 2013 Aug; 7(4): 413–418.

Center of Disease Control and Prevention

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