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What's an N95 surgical mask?

N95 surgical mask, designed as a respiratory protective respirator, is an FDA-approved and NIOSH-certificated medical grade face mask with a filtration efficiency of at least 95% against non-oily particles.

Differences between surgical N95, KN95, FFP2 and KF94 mask rating

N95, KN95, FFP2 and KF94 is the particulate filtering mask rating from different nations but has the same filtration efficiency against the particles and viruses. To simply put, N95 (95%) = KN95 (95%) = FFP2 (94%) = KF94 (94%).

What is the N95 surgical mask used for?

The N95 surgical mask is intended for use by healthcare professionals who work in the frontline of widespread outbreaks of infectious respiratory diseases like influenza and novel coronavirus, to reduce their risks of exposure to the infectious illness. General public who have to risk exposure to the crowds frequently during a coronavirus outbreak should also wear a surgical mask.

What's an N95 surgical mask made of?

An N95 surgical respirator is generally composed of 3-ply SMS, 4-ply SMMS or 5-ply SMMMS material. S is referred to as Spunbond (needle-punched cotton, Polypropylene hydrophobic non-woven fabric), and M is the Melt-blown Polypropylene filter.

Differences between N95 surgical mask, N95 respirator and surgical mask

The N95 surgical mask is a combination of the NIOSH-certificated N95 respirator and FDA-approved surgical mask. Different from the ordinary loose-fitting surgical mask, a surgical N95 respirator is tight-fitting to minimize a facial fit leakage in particles and droplets. Different from a standard N95 particulate filtering respirator, an N95 surgical mask is approved by the FDA to be fluid-resistant. The fluid resistance comes from an electrostatic melt-blown filter, which absorbs the germs or virus on the surface to stop viruses entering or exiting the face mask.

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