KN95 Face Masks - Bag of 10
The KN95 face mask has a multilayer protective structure that can capture 95% of tiny particles. They are CE marked meaning they conform to all HSE regulations.
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Members of the public are currently being advised to wear face coverings in indoor public spaces such as public transport and shops. These masks are perfect for keeping you protected and stops you from breathing out, or spreading potentially infectious diseases.
Advantages, features & benefits:
- KN95 Classification
- Multilayer protective structure - non-woven inner layer
- Rated to capture 95% of tiny particles (0.3 micron particles)
- Single-use, disposable face masks
- Soft and comfortable with elasticated ear loops
- Protects against germs & allergens
- 3D design fits over nose and mouth securely when fitted correctly
- High-quality nose bridge which can be adjusted to fit
- 10 masks
What is the difference between N95 and KN95 masks?
There is not much difference between the two face masks. Both mask types are rated to capture 95% of particles. The KN95 respirator mask is required to pass a fit test with <8% leakage - which other mask manufacturers do not require.
- Place the nose clip over the mask. Put the mask over your chin
- After pulling the ear belt to the ear, adjust the position to be as comfortable as possible
- From the middle of the nose clip to both sides. Press while moving until the nose clip fits the bridge of the nose
- Check mask and face cohesion
- When the oxygen concentration is lower than 19.5% in an anoxic environment, this mask is not suitable for use
- When the concentration of pollutants is so high that it could endanger life or health, this mask is not suitable for use
- Do not use this mask to protect yourself from harmful gas or steam
- If the mask is contaminated, damaged, or the respiratory resistance changes, this mask should be replaced
- Valid date: 3 years
A face covering should:
- Cover your nose and mouth without restricting breathing
- Be secured to the head with earloops or ties
When wearing a face mask you should:
- Wash your hands thoroughly with hand sanitiser or with soap and water for 20 seconds
- Avoid wearing on your forehead or neck
- Avoid touching the part of the mask in contact with your mouth and nose, as it could be contaminated
- Change the face-covering regularly - especially if it becomes damp or if you've touched it
- Avoid taking it off and putting it back on in quick succession
When removing a face covering
- Wash your hands thoroughly with hand sanitiser or soap and water for 20 seconds before removing
- Only handle the straps, ties, or clips
- Do not share your face mask with other people
- Dispose of it in a waste bin and do not recycle
- Wash your hands thoroughly with hand sanitiser or soap and water for 20 seconds once removed
What are the different types of face masks?
These are mainly intended for health care staff to wear to protect patients during surgical procedures and other medical settings. If a face covering is intended to protect the patient, they are Class I medical devices.
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Face masks intended to protect the wearer (PPE)
If your coverings are intended to protect the wearer, they are regulated as personal protective equipment and need to meet the regulations covering PPE products. They are not medical devices.
Face masks are intended for use by the general public, these are not medical devices and technically not PPE.
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