FFP2 N95 KN95 facial mask has a filtration efficiency of at least 95 percent against certain particles and aerosols not an oily base
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The design effectively filters pollution, gas, odors, dust, pollen, smog, PM2.5, germs, bacteria.
3D design and light, the initial pressure drop facilitates breathing.
This type of mask must be replaced between 4 and 8 hours, depending on the degree of personal humidity developed during its use.
It must then be properly disposed of (binned) by placing it in two transparent bags and properly sealed to prevent other people from coming into direct contact with it.
A selection of FFP2 type masks in European standards (or N95 in American standards and KN95 in Asian standards), that is, which offers the most often recommended level of protection against coronavirus.
The KN95 FFP2 N95 face masks marketed by us, are designed and manufactured under the technical specifications of that as we all know is one of the most technologically advanced countries, where their designers and engineers expert in health safety, impose very strict controls making these types of masks among the safest in the world with a degree of safety much higher than 3M.
The offers are selected based on the quality / price ratio but also on the delivery time.
HOW TO WEAR AND USE
The functioning of these FFP2 N95 facial masks is very elementary.
It is necessary to use only one and not in a cumulative way, as it has no effect.
Before putting it on you must wash your hands with disinfectant, alcohol or soap.
Then place the FFP2 N95 facial mask in order to better protect the nose and mouth.
So try to make it adhere perfectly to the face.
After use of FFP2 N95 facial mask, you must take the elastic without touching the front and throw it in a special bag.
Finally you have to wash your hands again to avoid the presence of any residual trace.
You only have to use the FFP2 N95 KN95 facial mask once and throw it away as soon as it becomes wet, in fact we remind you that the masks are disposable, they cannot be used multiple times.
Often these FFP2 N95 KN95 facial masks are equipped with adjustable nasal bridges and straps to attach them to the ears.
We remind you that usually all the masks are disposable, therefore once used they must be thrown away safely and must not be reused, as they last for a few hours and reuse them greatly increases the risk of contagion.
Often we have heard about 3M masks but, we want to remind you that 3M was originally born as a magnetic tape factory and later a niche market was created using the skill of Chinese masters, so non 3M masks are definitely of superior technology even if they don’t have an important brand on which you usually pay the brand as a surcharge making FFP2 N95 KN95 masks of equal level and very often more accurate and therefore safe.
There are reusable masks but they are rare, when they are reusable they are usually marked with the initials R, while those that are NOT reusable are marked with the initials NR.
We remind you, however, that even if a mask is reusable, you are exposed to a higher risk of infection, especially if you are not a doctor or nurse trained for their use.
The masks of classes FFP2 N95 KN95 have filtering capacities ranging from 92% to 98% and those without valve are suitable to be worn both by healthy people who want to reduce the risk of being infected, and by people infected, with symptoms or asymptomatic, for avoid spreading the infection to surrounding people.
Therefore, today they represent the best choice both for healthy people who want to protect themselves, and are suitable for infected people who do not want to spread the infection.
The respiratory protection filter masks cover the nose, mouth and chin and are made entirely or mainly in filter material.
N95 mask, facial fit and certification with N95 respirator masks differ from other types of surgical masks and face masks because they create a tight seal between the respirator and your face
FFP2 N95 KN95 masks which helps filter at least 95% of airborne particulates.
They might include an exhalation valve to make it easier to breathe while wearing them.
Coronaviruses can linger in the air for up to 30 minutes and be transmitted from person to person through vapor (breath), talking, coughing, sneezing, saliva and transfer over commonly touched objects.
Each model of FFP2 N95 KN95 mask from each manufacturer is certified by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
N95 surgical respirator masks go through a secondary clearance by the Food and Drug Administration for use in surgery and they better protect practitioners from exposure to substances such as patients’ blood.
In US health care settings, N95 mask must also go through a mandatory fit test using a protocol set by OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, before use.
It’s important to note what these masks are.
According to the Food and Drug Administration, an KN95 respirator is “a respiratory protective device designed to achieve a very close facial fit and very efficient filtration of airborne particles.”
A surgical N95 respirator, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), “is a NIOSH-approved N95 respirator that has also been cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as a surgical mask.”
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According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), there are different types of disposable particle respirators and an N95 respirator falls into that category.
But what is a disposable particle respirator? According to the CDC, “Particulate respirators are also known as ‘air-purifying respirators’ because they protect by filtering particles out of the air as you breathe.
These respirators protect only against particles—not gases or vapors.
Since airborne biological agents such as bacteria or viruses are particles, they can be filtered by particulate respirators, N95 masks.
There are two separate factors in classifying a disposable particle respirator: how the mask filters air and how resistant the mask is to oil.
The different ratings in place for respirators indicate how well the mask would protect against oils and are rated as N, R, or P. According to NIOSH, “respirators are rated ‘N,’ if they are Not resistant to oil, ‘R’ if somewhat Resistant to oil, and ‘P’ if strongly resistant (oil Proof).”
This is where the numbers come in.
Respirators that filter out 95 percent of airborne particles are given a 95 rating, so FFP2 N95 KN95 respirator filters out 95 percent of airborne particles but is not resistant to oil.
The respirators that filter out at least 99 percent of airborne particles have a 99 rating and the ones that filter out 99.97 percent of airborne particles, which NIOSH notes as essentially 100 percent, receive a 100 rating.
All our products are provided with test reports, FDA and CE (European Certification) certifications with certifying bodies present in the NANDO database of the European Union.
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