KN95 Respirator Face Mask
Stay Safe, Stay Healthy. KN95 masks are 95 % effective against COVID-19.
FDA and EC Certified
Made of KN95 grade particulates and new PP non-woven fabric. The top material of this mouth
mask filters almost 98% of airborne particles dust, seasonal allergies, smoke, car exhausted gas, PM 2.5 pollution,ash.
KN95 mask can be used all year in any weather which keeps you safe from fog, smog, dust, smells,
vehicle exhaust, air pollution, allergens, and humidity thus keeping you healthy and safe from many diseases.
Mask comes with skin-friendly fabric and nose bridge design for a greater wearing experience. Also, comfy elastic mask straps that suit for different kinds of face ensure you wear the dust mask for long periods of time without irritation.KN95 filter with comfortable material, it will not rub/hurt your
MULTIFUNCTIONAL: The disposal face mask is suitable for men and women of all ages with different face types.
• 5-layer design protection, multiple filtration.
• Soft elastic ear loop, comfortable to wear, not rub your face, suitable for your face contour, preventing
leaving trace on your face after taking it off.
• Waterproof, meltdown and breathable non-woven material, high filter efficiency
• One size fit all. Provides maximum face coverage and allows unrestricted breathing. No discomfort.
• External noseband runs the width of mask to allow a closer and more comfortable fit.
masks can be laundered using detergent with hot water and then dried on a hot cycle to kill bacteria and microbes. Basically, hot soapy water is the key. Soap is able to break down the protein coat of the virus and is very effective.
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Filtering facepiece respirators (FFR) are subject to various regulatory standards around the world (see examples below) and provide a much higher level of protection with face form fitting and greater pressure drop. To claim compliance with the particular standard as listed below, these respirators must meet or exceed required physical properties and performance characteristics, which can vary according to the regulatory bodies of different countries. KN95 They are not exactly the same, but they are expected to function very similarly to one another. KN95 face mask is N95 equivalent but NOT NIOSH approved. Our KN95 is non-sterile for general use and not for surgical use. For frontline workers, please follow the guidelines from Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and choose the correct PPE carefully to protect yourself. A reference by 3M in a technical bulletin* released in January 2020 demonstrates that the several country-specific standards used to grade the FFR tend to converge into functional equivalence. N95 (US), KN95 (China) and FFP2 (EU) standards produce FFR devices that are similar enough to be interchangeable for the purposes of their use in a pandemic. All of them are good for filtering non-oil-based particles such as those resulting from wildfires, PM 2.5 air pollution, volcanic eruptions, or bioaerosols (e.g. viruses).