Face Mask – Protective Respirator Mask (KN95 Mask)
Function: adopting KN95 grade anti- particulate matter filtering technology and antibacterial environmental protection fabric, effectively filtering and protecting from PM2.5 air particulate matter and bacteria.
Face Mask – Scope Of Application: suitable for protection against harmful particles such as dust, PM2.5 haze particles, influenza bacteria, droplets and so on.
How To Wear:
1. Hold the respirator in hand, the fingertip is located in the nose clip, let the earband fall naturally.
2. Put the respirator over the face and make sure that the nose strip of the respirator is close to the nose to ensure tightness.
3. Pull the earband behind the ear.
4. Use two hands to adjust the whereabouts of the nose strips to ensure tightness.
Use your hands to cover the mask – Face Mask – Protective Respirator Mask and exhale, if you feel gas leaking from nose location, tighten the nose clip.
If air leaks from the edge, readjust the earband to ensure tightness.
This respirator is maintenance-free. Do not wash it. Do not use a microwave oven to heat it. When the filter cotton is seriously dirty, damaged, or you feel the breathing resistance increases significantly, please replace the respirator in time.
To ensure that the respirator is clean and hygienic, avoid touching the inside of the respirator with your hands and wash your hands before wearing the respirator each time.
Recommended Storage Conditions: unopened products are stored in a temperature range of -20’C to 30’C and relative humidity or less than 80%.
These hygiene face masks are valved filtering masks that are recommended when the protection of the respiratory system is needed.
They are FFP3/N99 grade and meet the guidance from the World Health Organisation (WHO). They are recommended for use by the WHO during outbreaks of SARS, Avian Flu.
These filtration masks are sourced in England.
What are the face masks used for?
The Hygiene Face Masks are recommended for use in any situation where protection of the respiratory system is required.
The World Health Organisation advises that an EU standard FFP2 or FFP3 should be worn by healthcare workers when performing any aerosol-generating procedures.
The Hygiene Face Masks are FFP3 grade and have a higher level of protection than FFP1 or FFP2. Because FFP3 Face Masks offer superior protection through better materials, they are more expensive than FFP2 Face Masks. If cost is a factor or you would like to investigate more about FFP2 masks, please follow the previous link to our FFP2 mask page.
Are the masks re-usable?
These masks are not marketed as re-usable masks because respirator dust masks are usually intended for use in a construction environment.
However, the OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) directive indicates that a respirator can be reused as long as it “maintains its structural and functional integrity and the filter material is not physically damaged or soiled”.
What’s the difference between each mask?
You can learn more about the varying styles and protections levels of the masks in our blog post: What’s the difference between FFP1, FFP2 and FFP3 face masks?