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KN95 Face Mask with Ear Loops (20 per box) 5-Layer BFE & PFE ≥ 95%

by Relaxus
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Original price $ 95.00 CAD
Current price $ 85.00 CAD
SKU 150001

The KN95 Face Mask with 5-layer protection, meltblown filter, soft and comfortable, ear loops, GB2626-2006 performance standard, FDA approved, CE approved and filtration efficiency ≥ 95% against non-oil particles .

Features & Specification

  • Filter performance – (must be ≥ X% efficient): ≥ 95%
  • 5-layer protection with ear loops.
  • FDA & CE Approved. 
  • Performance standard: China GB2626-2006
  • Test agent: NaCl
  • Flow rate: 85 L/min
  • Total inward leakage (TIL)* – tested on human subjects each performing exercises: ≤ 8% leakage (arithmetic mean)
  • Inhalation resistance – max pressure drop: ≤ 350 Pa
  • Flow rate: 85 L/min
  • Exhalation resistance - max pressure drop: ≤ 250 Pa
  • Flow rate: 85 L/min
  • Exhalation valve leakage requirement: Depressurization to 0 Pa ≥ 20 sec
  • Force applied: -1180 Pa
  • CO2 clearance requirement: ≤ 1%

Definitions

Filter performance – the filter is evaluated to measure the reduction in concentrations of specific aerosols in air that passes through the filter.

Test agent - the aerosol that is generated during the filter performance test.

Total inward leakage (TIL) – the amount of a specific aerosol that enters the tested respirator facepiece via both filter penetration and faceseal leakage, while a wearer performs a series of exercises in a test chamber.

Inward leakage (IL)– the amount of a specific aerosol that enters the tested respirator facepiece, while a wearer performs a normal breathing for 3 minutes in a test chamber. The test aerosol size (count median diameter) is about 0.5 micro meter.

Pressure drop – the resistance air is subjected to as it moves through a medium, such as a respirator filter

How to use and dispose of a face mask