KN95 Coronavirus Mask Affordable Particulate Respirator White – Individually wrapped packs (100 total masks)

$209.95

KN95 Masks Particulate Respirator White –
Pack of 10 -Individually wrapped packs (100 total masks)

Limited Quantity for this volume discounted price.

DUE TO THE NATURE OF THIS PRODUCT THIS ITEM CANNOT BE RETURNED

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KN95 Masks.
KN95 5 Layers Face Masks Particulate Respirator White – Pack of 10
They stop 95% of particles >0.3 microns in size. The N95 is the USA Code, KN95 is China code, KF94 is Korea code and FFP2 is the EU code, this includes the UK.

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KN95 Coronavirus Masks Particulate Respirator White –
KN95 Coronavirus Masks Affordable Particulate Respirator White - Individually wrapped packs (100 total masks)Pack of 10 – Individually wrapped packs (100 total masks)

Limited Quantity for this volume discounted price.

DUE TO THE NATURE OF THIS PRODUCT THIS ITEM CANNOT BE RETURNED

LIMITED STOCK

KN95 Coronavirus Masks.
KN95 5 Layers Face Masks Particulate Respirator White – Pack of 10
They stop 95% of particles >0.3 microns in size. The N95 is the USA Code, KN95 is China code, KF94 is Korea code and FFP2 is the EU code, this includes the UK.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do coronavirus masks matter with this coronavirus?

With the new coronavirus, known as SARS-CoV-2 , the largest amount of viral shedding, or transmission, happens early in the course of the disease. Therefore, people may be contagious before they even start to show symptoms.

Moreover, scientific models suggest that up to 80 percent of transmission stems from asymptomatic carriers of the virus. Emerging research suggests that widespread coronavirus mask use may help limit the transmission of the virus by people who don’t realize that they may have it. It’s also possible that you could acquire SARS-CoV-2 if you touch your mouth, nose, or eyes after touching a surface or object that has the virus on it. However, this is not thought to be the main way that the virus spreads.

Source: (healthline.com)

N95 vs KN95 masks?

The difference between a KN95 and an N95 mask depends on the country it is certified in. N95 and KN95 masks sound similar, and in some ways, they are. The N95 masks and KN95 masks consist typically of several layers of a polypropylene plastic polymer, a synthetic material, and they are designed to be worn over the mouth and nose secured by straps.

Both coronavirus masks are also required to capture and filter out 95% of tiny 0.3-micron particles in the air, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. These tiny particles are smaller than the droplets expelled while coughing, talking, or sneezing — making them an effective way to filter out germs, according to health officials.

Source: (healthline.com)

What’s the difference between N95 and KN95?

However, there are some important differences. Besides an extra consonant in its name, the main difference is how the coronavirus masks are certified.“N95 is the U.S. standard, and the KN95 is the China standard,” Sean Kelly, founder of New Jersey-based PPE of America whose company was among those tapped by Connecticut lawmakers to provide personal protective equipment to frontline workers in the state, told Yahoo news.

According to the news site, N95 coronavirus masks must pass a strict inspection and certification process from a division of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. However, due to the demand and need for PPE during this pandemic, manufacturers of KN95 coronavirus masks can get approval from the Food and Drug Administration through an emergency authorization for a foreign certification as long as it meets the 95% filtration requirement, the news site reported. The FDA says the manufacturer of KN95 coronavirus masks must also provide documentation that the masks and materials used are authentic, the article stated.

The CDC has authorized the use of KN95 masks as a suitable alternative to N95 masks for its response to COVID-1.

Source: (foxnews.com)

When Should You Wear a Mask?

The CDC recommends that everyone over age 2 wear cloth face masks in public places where it’s hard to stay 6 feet away from other people. Wear a face mask if you are sick and around other people or animals, even at home. Caregivers should use them when cleaning and disinfecting a sick person’s bedroom or bathroom.

If you need to call 911, put on a mask before medical help arrives.

Remember that a mask should be used in addition to other COVID-19 safety steps. It doesn’t replace them. You still need to limit your contact with other people, wash your hands often with soap for at least 20 seconds, and keep common surfaces clean.

Source: (webmd.com)