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KN95 masks from Powecom offer multilayer protection. Adjustable nose bridge and elastic earloop has enough elasticity to make a good seal. 3D three-dimensional design with fluffy, breathable and soft material, will not cause the fog when wearing glasses. 4 layers, Made from non-woven fabric, moisture resistant, non-toxic, non-irritating.
Tested by an ISO 17025 credited lab
Elastic straps and adjustable nose clip for different face shapes and sizes
Protects you from airborne particulates and pollution
Designed for 95% filtration, provides anti-bacterial and anti-dust protection
Made of high quality material, safe, soft and comfortable
Four (4) layers of filtration
Contains a metal strip that forms to your nose for a better fit
Elastic ear straps hold masks in place comfortably
Folds flat for easy storage
WARNING: The FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization for Non-NIOSH-Approved Imported FFRs Made in China authorizes respirators for use in health care settings by health care personnel as recommended by the CDC during FFR shortages until the declaration that circumstances exist justifying the authorization of the emergency use of personal respiratory protective devices is terminated under Section 564(b)(2) of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act or the EUA is revoked under Section 564(g) of the Act. This product has not been tested or approved by NIOSH. This product does NOT eliminate the risk of contracting any disease, infection or virus. Health care personnel should consult the applicable and updated Emergency Use Authorization(s) issued by the FDA; CDC guidelines; and available local, state and federal guidelines regarding selection and use of KN95 respirators.
Face masks are intended for single usage. Reuse of face masks is not generally recommended and is impacted by a number of variables, including the type and shape of the materials, straps, seals, bands, etc. The decision to permit extended use or limited reuse face masks, or considerations with respect to cleaning or decontamination of face masks should be made in consultation with federal, state, and local public health recommendations and in consultation with occupational health and/or infection control professionals. See Facemasks, CDC, http://www.dealigg.com/shop.php?id=2211853&url=https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/ppe-strategy/face-masks.html (last updated June 28, 2020).