KN95 Mask for Adults
Medtecs KN95 Face Mask meets ASTM Level 1 standard 95% particle filtration efficiency (PFE) in blocking particles and dust. Suitable for daily wear and work sites with high health risk, including medical institutions and dusty work environments.
- Meets GB 2626-2019.
- Efficient filtration of harmful micro particulate and dust.
- Excellent sealing and breathability.
- Sub-micron particle filtration efficiency (PFE) (%) ≥95% (0.075μm NaCl), breathing resistance ≤210 Pa.
- Flammability: No ignition
- Sterilization: Non sterile
|Product Name||KN95 Mask for Adults|
|Material||Non-wovens/Hot air cotton/Meltblown|
|Dimension||15.5 x 11 cm ± 0.3 cm|
|Country of Origin||Made in China|
|Packaging||1 pc/bag; 50 pcs/box; 1000 pcs/carton|
Frequently Asked Questions
It’s essential to stress that masks are effective only when worn correctly, especially for healthcare workers, individuals at risk, or those in contact with confirmed COVID-19 patients. This ensures their maximum protection.
What is the N95 facemask/respirator? What are the label requirements for it? U.S. National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
FFP2 VS KN95 VS KF94 VS N95 – What are the differences between these facemasks? These are different standards used in the EU, China, and the USA.
What are ASTM standards for medical face masks? Difference between ASTM level 1, 2, and 3 face masks
ASTM F2100 – 21 states the material performance for medical face masks. If you are looking for face mask manufacture, you must know the standards.
EN 14683 2019 specifies the construction, design, performance, and testing requirements for medical masks that are intended to prevent infective agents from being transmitted from patients to staff during medical settings.
What are the benefits of children wearing face masks? Should children wear face masks? There is currently no COVID vaccine available for children under 12. Masks should still be used to protect children under 12. For parents, if your children have not been vaccinated, you should still choose to wear a mask. Children under 2 years of age should not be wearing face masks
As it seems very likely that the mask mandate will continue in the near future, parents should get their children used to wearing a mask to avoid inconvenience and embarrassment, as well as to protect them from COVID-19. Here are some tips which you may find useful.