Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)
Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)

Honeywell H910 Plus KN95 Masks (50 Count)

Regular price $80.00
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41 in stock

These H910 Plus KN95 masks are produced by Honeywell International. This is the same model with the same certifications as Honeywell's H910 Plus N95 series (which means they're NIOSH certified & have the same quality!).

Certification & testing standards documentation included in images. 

Quantities:
  • 50 masks per box (which means they're only ~$1.6 each!) 
Details:

These face masks are KN95 grade (N95 and FFP2 equivalent) and meet the FDA Standards and the guidance from the World Health Organization.

Want the technical details? The KN95 is an industry-standard that requires a filtering rate of at least 95 percent of particles with a mass median diameter of 0.3 micrometers (that's tiny!) This mask is FDA Approved & CE certified and tested, meaning it meets this standard and can therefore also protect you from PM10, PM 2.5, along with even smaller particles. 

  • Guards against 95% of particles of 0.3 microns in size.
  • Meets WHO (World Health Organization) Coronavirus latest guidance
  • 25 gsm non-woven + 25 gsm melt-blown fabric + 25 gsm non woven fabric
  • Protects the respiratory system
  • Easy to use :)
  • Soft nose foam
  • High-quality non-woven fabric
Certifications:
  • NIOSH
Note:
Please check what kind of respirator or masks and certifications make the most sense for your circumstances. We have listed more resources below with information on certification levels and different types of respirators. Please ping us if you have any questions :)