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The difference between N95 and KN95
Click:second to update:2020-09-02 13:20:17 Source / Author:
Everyone should know that the new coronavirus is coming so fiercely that you must wear a mask when you go out. Then there is a difference in what kind of mask you wear. I believe everyone has heard of the name n95 mask! But every time I buy a mask, I am confused by various masks. Next, Yisi will tell you the difference between kn95 and n95 masks.
n95 is the certification level of American respirators, certified by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). This type of mask can filter out more than 95% of non-oily particles (aerosol) under the specified flow rate (85L/min), so it is named n95. And if it can filter out more than 99% of particulate matter, it is called an n99 mask. Like the n90, n95, and n99 masks on the market, it refers to the degree of particulate matter that can be filtered.
kn95 is a respirator certified by my country's GB2626-2006 self-priming filter particle respirator standard for respiratory protection users. Its protection level is equivalent to n95, but it follows the testing standards of different countries.

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