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MEDICAL GRADE MATERIALS • HIGHLY EFFICIENT FILTRATION • FDA REGISTERED
The KN95 Efficient Protection Face Mask reduces exposure to biological substances like bacteria and viruses. Similar to the US N95 certified mask, our KN95 Mask is certified to the CE Standard. KN95 is a manufacturing standard and means these masks are effective against 95% of particles with a mass median diameter of 0.3 microns or larger. Suitable for use in environments that require respiratory protection.
Our KN95 Mask has a 5-layer structure and is made of high electrostatic filter material including non-woven fabric, melt-blown fabric & hot air cotton. A typical surgical mask has only 3 layers and some KN95 masks have 4 layers. A mask like ours with 5 layers provides high Filtration Efficiency.
Our masks have 95%+ filter efficiency to filter out at least 95% of particulates in the air with 0.3 microns or greater in size.
Suitable for adults’ daily travel protection, not suitable for toxic gas environment use.
DISPOSABLE: Masks are disposable and cannot be washed
STORAGE: Store in a dry and ventilated location 23oF – 122oF (-5oC – 50oC, relative humidity<80%)
IMPORTANT SAFETY DETAILS: This protective mask cannot generate oxygen and should not be used in hypoxic environments. Not intended as a replacement for gas masks and medical masks. Not for use if breathing is impeded or unsteady, or during sleep. Please use mask correctly to avoid serious consequences caused by improper use. The risk of infection depends on the proper fit of the wearer.
Our High Standards
We have received the following certifications. All certification and testing data are verified and we can provide the documents upon request.
• EN149:2001+A1:2009 standards related to CE Directives R2016/425 (Personal Protective Equipment)
• CDC NPPTL tested for 97%+ Filter Efficiency
• Our manufacturing factory is FDA registered and passed the lab testing for GB2626-2006 and GB2626-2019 standards for KN95 designation
• KN95 is a CN certification similar to the US N95 and EU FFP2 certifications
Our masks go through additional quality assurance testing with our onsite staff before being shipped from our warehouse in Vietnam.
This is a KN95 mask NOT an N95 respirator. KN95 Masks do not create as strong of a seal around the edge of the mask like a N95 Respirator does.
Manufacturer: Pulse Masks / Impulse Fashion Inc. / Made in Vietnam
Part Number /Model Number: KN95-Pulse
Item Weight: 1.13 Ounces
Product Dimensions: 2.32 x 0.79 x 0.39 inches
Size: One Size
Package Quantity: 50 masks per box
BFE (Bacterial filtration efficiency): >95%
Our factory is certified for WRAP, Better Work, ISO 9001 & ISO 13485 and is FDA registered.
KN95 vs. N95
KN95 is a Chinese standards designation similar to N95 (U.S. - NIOSH-42C FR84), FFP2 (European – EN149-2001), P2 (Australia & New Zealand – AS/NZ 1716:2012), and KF94 (Korea – KMOEL-2017-64). They are similar mainly for the Filter or Filtration Efficiency ratings of 95%+ (KN95) and 94%+ (others). However, they differ in terms of “Total Inward Leakage” (eg Air & particle leakage INTO the mask due to facial fit, breathing, and movements).
The non-NIOSH N95 standards (KN95, FFP2, P2 & KF94) allow for 0-8% Total Inward Leakage. The Total Inward Leakage is not part of the NIOSH certification standards; however, most of the 3M's N95 masks achieve less than 1% Total Inward Leakage due to their double-headband, tight-fitting designs and therefore suitable for extremely high-risk environment such as hospitals.
KN95 vs. Surgical Masks
Surgical masks are typically made of a total of three layers which includes two outer layers and a filter. A surgical mask’s intended use is to: (1) prevent the release of potential contaminants from the user into their immediate environment and (2) protect the wearer from large droplets, sprays and splashes of body fluids from other people surrounding the wearer.
“While a surgical mask may be effective in blocking splashes and large-particle droplets, a face mask, by design, does not filter or block very small particles in the air that may be transmitted by coughs, sneezes, or certain medical procedures. Surgical masks also do not provide complete protection from germs and other contaminants because of the loose fit between the surface of the face mask and your face.”
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