Kn95 and Medical grade face masks


Face Masks

Kn95/ Medical grade/ Non-medical grade

One of the best ways to protect yourself is by using a standard filtration mask; the KN95 mask is a good lower-cost option to keep yourself protected. In fact, many consider this option as the best one. The medical and non-medical masks have different use cases and need to be used properly as well.

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What is the difference between the masks?

Know the differences
Note: All masks should be replaced or cleaned when they are wet, damaged, visibly dirty,
contaminated (e.g., blood, respiratory fluids), or when breathing through it becomes difficult.
If re-using is permitted, be sure to clean the mask between uses.



  • Respirators are evaluated, tested
    and certified by the National
    Institute for Occupational Health
    and Safety (NIOSH).
  • Respirators protect from exposure
    to airborne particles, including
  • Respirators are designed to seal
    tight to the face of the wearer.
  • Generally single-use but
    repurposing may be appropriate in
    certain circumstances.
    Follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

Medical grade masks

  • Surgical masks are classified by
    the American Society for Testing
    and Materials (ASTM).
  • Surgical masks are a barrier to
    spreading droplets and spit.
  • Are not designed to seal tight
    against the face.
  • Generally single-use, but
    repurposing may be appropriate
    in certain circumstances.

Non-medical grade masks

  • Non-medical masks help limit
    the spread of droplets and spit
    when you sneeze or cough.
  • Are not designed to seal tight
    against the face.
  • can be used by the general public when
    consistent physical distancing
    is not possible, such as in
    stores and shopping areas,
    and on public transit.


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