Kn95 masks, also known as N95 respirators and N95S masks, are a high performance industrial safety product that is designed to protect the workers from hazardous exposure to hazardous substances or gases. The Kn95 masks are extremely durable, which means that the masks are capable of withstanding prolonged exposure to potentially harmful and / or dangerous chemicals and gases. The design of the mask provides for multiple layers of protection. This link – dmbsupply.com/collections/kn95-masks
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In their review of the Kn95 masks, the researchers at EPE Research, Inc. (ESTech) found that there are two types of N95 respirator; the externally worn or the in-canal style. The researchers further found that the two are different by using a process called photolysis whereby the FDA approved amine is used to convert the amine molecules into monomer, a necessary step for activation of the patent-pending protection. According to the amine’s checklist of required structural features, the in-canal style is the superior design. According to the checklist, the design of the kn95 masks has been approved by the European Committee for Standardization (CEN). However, according to Dr. Elfiqi el-Dabagh, an adviser to the EPE Research, Inc., the in-canal style of the N95 respirator is superior for the following reasons:
Based on the information provided by Dr. Elfiqi el-Dabagh, a former employee of the Environmental Protection Agency, we can conclude that the FDA has not adequately assessed the durability of the kn95 masks. Based on our analysis, we suggest that the FDA should not allow the use of the cloth face masks until the agency has completed a thorough evaluation of the durability of the vinyl material used to make them. Additionally, based on our analysis, the EPA did not find any significant health or environmental risks associated with the use of the kn95 masks. Based on the data that we reviewed, it appears that the EPA is not concerned with the aesthetic quality of the cloth face masks. In addition, we found that the cost per unit is low when compared with other disposable breathing devices. Based on these findings, it is our opinion that the EPA should ban the use of the in-canal breathing device in the manufacture of disposable breathing devices for non-emergency medical situations.