The KN95 is a respirator face mask made of a multi-layer filtration system of non-woven breathable fibers and is used in a wide variety of settings. You can rest assured that this mask is authorized by the FDA for use in healthcare settings by HCP during the COVID-19 public health emergency: To learn more about the FDA regulations click here: https://www.fda.gov/media/136664/download.
FDA authorized respirators should be used in accordance with CDC recommendations. For the most current CDC recommendations on optimizing respirator use, please visit the CDC webpage: Strategies for Optimizing the Supply of N95 Respirators.
FDA Appendix A, updated June 12, 2020, listing non-NIOSH approved respirators can be found here: FDA Appendix A – Authorized Respirators. – For our Powecom masks, see Guangzhou Powecom.
American Dental Association infographic on understanding mask types can be found here: ADA Understanding Mask Types
- 46% non-woven polypropelene, 28% melt-blown fabric, 26% ES hot air cotton.
- Ear loops: Latex free
- Nose piece: Adjustable aluminum
- Construction: Multi-layer filtration system of non-woven soft and breathable fibers.
- All respirators manufactured after May 20th are affixed with an anti-fake sticker that can be used to verify authenticity.