FFP2 KN95 Respirator PPE Boxed
KN95-FFP2 respirator PPE for Covid-19
KN95 FFP2 Respirator reverse

Respirator Masks. FFP2/KN95; 25 Masks

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Respirator Mask. FFP2/KN95, EN149:2001 CE Compliant: BFE:≥99%

Select either 50 masks/box (<£2.20 each) or 25 masks (<£2.40 each). All masks are sealed.

The FFP2/KN95 valveless respirator masks are approved high grade dual purpose CE marked respirator devices designed to prevent the risk of cross contamination in high risk environments.

EN 149 standard is designed to protect the wearer against the inhalation of both droplets and particles suspended in the air and protects from inhaling infectious pathogens.

The FFP2/KN95 respirators provide a bacterial filtration efficiency of greater than 99% exceeding the standard N95 respirator requirements of greater than 95%.

Speaking to Express.co.uk, Dr Jonas Nilsen of travel vaccination company Practio said *N95 masks provide the most comprehensive protection from COVID-19.

KN95/FFP2 Respirator Features

  • Fully enclosed noseband to ensure a secure, comfortable fit
  • Adjustable nose piece to allow for a precise fit
  • Latex, Cadmium and Nickel free construction, increasing the comfort for long-term use
  • Flat fold design
  • Light-weight for prolonged wear without fatigue
  • Meets and exceeds the guidance from the World Health Organisation

Recommended PPE Use

  • High level of protection for high risk environments
  • For higher risk applications where Covid-19 is suspected or confirmed
  • For individuals who are at high risk and require transport or contact with the public
  • Designed to protect all healthcare staff, patients and members
    of the public from infectious diseases

FFP2/KN95 Respirator Mask Certification Standards

  • Medical Devices Directives 93/42/EEC
  • EN149:2001+A1:2009 and GB2626-2006 KN95
  • 50 or 25 Masks
  • BFE: ≥99%

Mask Standards:

3M, the worker safety and US health care multinational conglomerate Technical  Bulletin May 2020 R shows KN95, FFP2 and N95 equivalence:

*"Based on this comparison, it is reasonable to consider China KN95, AS/NZ P2, Korea 1st Class, and Japan DS2 FFRs as “equivalent” to US NIOSH N95 and European FFP2 respirators, for filtering non-oil-based particles such as those resulting from wildfires, PM 2.5 air pollution, volcanic eruptions, or bioaerosols (e.g. viruses)."


How often should I change my mask?

These are single use so that cross contamination is avoided. The mask can be worn for up to 8 hours. If the mask gets damp then it is recommended that you replace it.

Why have 3 pleats on a 3-ply mask?

The pleats reduce the risk of fluid penetration by preventing fluids pooling on the mask. They also make the masks more comfortable.

What is the main difference between medical masks?

The main difference between masks is their certification level. Generally higher levels of certification standards require masks to offer higher protection and take into account the wearer's environment. For example you would not need a surgical respirator type KN95 mask in an open environment, KN95 masks are intended for healthcare staff working in high risk Covid-19 clinical applications or where the highest level of protection is required.  

Further Resources:  Public Health England; COVID-19 Prevention and Control Guidance  

Fitting the Respirator

This is a specialised device. Correct mask fitting allows for a more comfortable experience and is necessary to ensure the mask is effective. Seek proper advice if in any doubt.

Note: Packaging may vary