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APPLICABLE AND LEGAL LAW
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What are the major differences between the KN95, FFP2 mask and a 3 papers surgical face mask?
It is important to note that, unlike FFP2 and KN95 masks, the triple papers surgical face mask (EN14683:2019, YY/T0969-2013, EN13485:2016) is different from respiratory masks, and is not designed or approved to provide protection against airborne particles as it does not form an adequate seal on the wearer’s face on which to rely for respiratory protection.
What is a KN95, FFP2 mask?
Identical respirator standards according to tests and comparisons carried out by 3M, the world leader in personal protective equipment (PPE):
• FFP2 (CE standard) 94% filtration
• KN95 (CN standard) 95% filtration
The acronym FFP stands for Filtering Facepiece Particles. It designates particle masks, capable of filtering the dust contained in the air, as well as smoke, aerosols and infectious agents such as flu viruses (avian flu, SARS, coronavirus…). KN and FFP respiratory protection masks are thus indispensable accessories in the fight against the spread of viruses. These accessories meet strict standards to ensure the safety of everyone. In particular, the EN149 standard defines the mask’s capacity to filter particles. The masks are thus classified in increasing order of efficiency:
• 3-papers surgical masks: 80% of the particles are filtered out.
• FFP2: 94% of the particles are filtered
• KN95: 95 % of the particles are filtered out
• FFP3: 98% of the particles are filtered out