What is the best face mask for coronavirus? Next working day delivery in UK, 2/3 day delivery to USA with UPS.
We compare N95 v KN95 v FFP2, disposable faces masks & face shields. N95 alternatives and N95 equivalents.
😷 Stop Virus ™ FFP2 Respiratory Face Mask. N95 & KN95 equivalent Face Masks. Alternative to N95 & KN95 - Stop 95% of particles & droplets 0.3 microns in size . Meets WHO latest guidance.
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These face masks are FFP2 grade (N95 and KN95 equivalent) and meet the guidance from the World Health Organisation (WHO). They are recommended for use by the WHO during outbreaks of SARS, Avian Flu and Coronavirus.
These KN95 face masks are filtering masks that are recommended when protection of the respiratory system is needed
N95 vs KN95 vs FFP2, N95 vs KN95 vs FFP2
N95 vKN95 v FFP2, N95 v KN95 v FFP2
The face mask code N95 is used in USA,
KN95 is the code used in Asia,
the FFP2 code is used in Europe including the United Kingdom.
The products are almost exactly the same and have very similar technical specifications. They are very high quality masks.
Respiratory Face Masks are a half-mask respirator that covers the nose and mouth when fitted properly. They have 2 elastic headbands to keep the mask in place and are white in colour.
The FFP2 face mask listed above can help protect from particles 0.3 micron or more. Next working day delivery.
Respiratory face maks are easy to use and can be worn by anyone. To fit, simply hold the mask and place it over your nose and mouth. Bring both elasticated headbands over your head and adjust the position until it’s comfortable.
The bottom elasticated headband should sit at the nape of your neck and the top elasticated headband should sit just above the crest of your head (the widest part).
Once the face mask is in place, you can adjust the fitting on your nose by pinching or moving the metal bridge section so that it fits closely but without being too tight.
The masks are comfortable to wear as they are lightweight and non-bulky.
KN95 Face Masks are recommended for use in any situation where protection of the respiratory system is required. This includes during outbreaks of SARS, Avian Flu and Coronavirus (as recommended by the WHO).
The World Health Organisation advises that an EU standard FFP2 (or (NIOSH)-certified N95 equivalent) should be worn by healthcare workers when performing any aerosol-generating procedures.
These Respiratory Face Masks are FFP2 grade (EU standars), (US National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)-certified N95 equivalent, KN95 equivalent)
Their filtration system is built into the material which allows the masks to be unvalved, lightweight and less bulky than alternatives.
KN95 masks protect against materials in concentrations up to 12x OEL or 10x APF.