KN95 Masks/N95 Masks
We offer cost effective NIOSH tested KN95/N95 masks. Both masks have over 95% particulate filtration. Most non- medical us KN95 instead of N95. World Health Organization recommends wearing a mask whenever social distancing is hard to achieve.
Disposable Surgical Masks
We offer high-quality disposable masks have 3 layers of high-efficiency filtration to protect and filter most viruses. These 3ply masks are breathable waterproof masks with a anti-static melt-blown material essential in blocking over 95% of particulates.
Protect Yourself & Others
While social distancing helps to prevent the spread, you can also take extra steps to ensure your safety and those around you. We supply hand sanitizer, IR Thermometers, and civilian masks. Make sure you are doing your part to help stop the spread.
Disposable Masks 3-layer Filter With Meltblown Cloth To Prevent Respiratory Droplets (10 pack)
Face Masks For Coronavirus FAQ
All of our N95 and KN95 products are NIOSH tested and listed on the CDC website with the maximum and minimum filtration. All 3 ply masks have documentation and test papers that will travel with the masks for verification.
On Friday, April 3
The Trump administration announced Friday that the CDC is now recommending people consider wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain. Mayors in New York City and Los Angeles have already offered similar advice to citizens.
There’s one big reason for the change: There is increasing evidence that the virus can be spread by presymptomatic and asymptomatic carriers.
We recommend wearing
disposable surgical masks,
but homemade cloth masks are not recommended, because there is no filter layer of
and the protection against viruses will be very poor.
According to the latest CDC information, KN95 is recommended to replace N95 masks for non-medical personnel.
On Friday, April 3, the FDA issued an emergency use authorization for KN95 masks. Regulated by the Chinese government, they are almost identical in performance to N95 masks. There are slight differences in their specifications, like a variation in the maximum pressure the masks must be able to withstand as a person inhales and exhales.
The C.D.C. lists KN95 masks as a suitable alternative when N95s are not available.