Product name:Wholesale Highly protective Mineral Graphene KN 95
mask for COVID-19
Graphene masks (graphene non-woven fabrics and graphene meltblown fabrics) have
the characteristics of strong hydrophobicity. Compared with
ordinary masks, mineral graphene masks do not have the disadvantage
of reducing the effect of water vapor adsorption. After the time is
shortened, the water vapor brought out by the breath disappears
statically again, which leads to the adsorption reset; and the
mineral graphene mask we developed is the advantage of transforming
the super-large surface of graphene, allowing the gas to go round
and round inside, which can realize the protection of tiny
particles. Direct adsorption, there is no problem of failure when
encountering water vapor, and it can continuously maintain an
efficient adsorption rate. Ordinary N95 uses the principle of
electrostatic generation, which is afraid of water. The adsorption
efficiency of the mask drops by 25% after 1 hour. Therefore,
foreign countries stipulate that it must be replaced after 2 hours,
but the release of graphene masks after washing with water is only
about 0.03. This is the powerful feature of graphene masks.
Graphene has excellent optical, electrical, and mechanical properties, and
has important application prospects in materials science,
micro-nano processing, energy, biomedicine, and drug delivery.
Graphene is added to the non-woven fabric of the mask production material,
so that the mask fabric has the functions of moisture absorption
and perspiration, antibacterial, antibacterial, deep isolation of
viruses, and far infrared to promote blood circulation.
Does WHO Recommend KN95 Masks Against COVID-19?
The WHO has provided guidance and available evidence when it comes
to the use of respiratory masks like KN95 as a
protective measure against COVID-19.
So far, what they know is that these masks should be effective
against virus transmission and for protection against infection.
These masks are being used by health care providers and because it
is believed that they protect from at least 95% of all
particles, bacteria, and viruses, their use will be continued.
However, the WHO states and emphasizes that there are currently NOT
ENOUGH studies to evaluate the effectiveness of
respiratory masks like N95 or KN95 against Coronavirus in
particular. However, they do advise these masks should be worn as
a part of the protective measure strategy in regards to infection
transmission and the prevention of virus transmission among
health care providers, patients, and citizens.