Make the purchase of your KN95 mask set and always stay protected
- High quality filtration
- Comfortable laminate
- Healthy breathing
- 5 layer protection
- Polypropylene cotton
- White color
- White elastics for the ears
You can choose:
Set 10 masks – Q62.00
Set 20 masks – Q112.00
Set 30 masks – Q163.00
Set 40 masks – Q195.00
Set 50 masks – Q225.00
Set 70 masks – Q301.00
Set 100 masks – Q400.00
Reduces user exposure to particulate and large droplet aerosols (all oil-free aerosols). Protects from exposure to airborne particles. In a healthcare setting, the KN95 mask protects from exposure to biological aerosols, including viruses and bacteria. Does not contain latex.
Delivery of this product is 2 to 3 business days.
The shipping cost is, city: Q30.00 and departments: Q43.00
You can make your payment by credit or debit card, you can also pay when you receive the product.
KN95 masks, technically considered respirators, are named for their ability to filter 95% of particles from the environment using static electricity. To ensure their safety and efficacy, all KN95s must be tested and approved by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
Unlike other forms of masks, KN95s are tight fitting and have to be tested for each individual. Once fitted correctly, the mask should fit snugly and create a seal against the skin with minimal leakage, making it very secure.
Static electricity coupled with the custom fit and minimal leakage make the KN95 mask an extremely effective option, but they are not necessary for the general public, according to Alba.
KN95s are vital to protecting healthcare workers who provide direct patient care. Not only are they in very close contact with patients, but they often carry out procedures – such as intubation of respirators – that increase the risk of infection by generating large amounts of aerosol particles.
Before COVID-19, KN95s were typically used for patients with highly infectious respiratory diseases, such as tuberculosis, and these masks were discarded after each patient visit. Now KN95s are so rare that clinicians must wear their respirator during their shift and decontaminate it for reuse.