Do you have product available?
We have both KN95 and 3 ply disposable masks available in Minnesota, USA and our manufacturer has a capacity to product 3M per day.
How well do you know this manufacturer?
We have worked with this manufacturer for 10 years and have certified testing showing consistently above 98% BFE (Bacterial filtration efficiency)
Are your masks approved by the FDA?
Our masks carry FDA Registration #3016734235 and our masks already carry EU certification through CE
Who am I doing business with?
Our parent company is Kingnote, a wholesale trading company that normally specializes in used copiers. In an effort to bring more PPE into the country, we dedicated our efforts to providing urgently needed masks.
Where are these masks shipped from?
Masks are shipping from Minnesota, USA.
What are the lead times?
We ship all orders placed before 2 PM CST on the same day. For wholesale orders, we can work with you to fulfill your order on time.
What sets our masks apart from other masks on the market?
All of our masks contain a 32% melt-blown l filtration layer that has been tested to have 95% BFE, including our 3-ply disposable mask. Thus our masks are top of the line, unlike many other masks on the market which are junk, poor quality, counterfeited, and without test results.
A proper surgical/non surgical mask is usually made of three layers, including an outer hydrophobic non-woven layer, a middle melt-blown layer, and an inner soft absorbent non-woven layer. These three layers have their specific functions: the outer layer is intended to repel water, blood and body fluids; the middle melt-blown layer is the critical highlight of a surgical/non surgical mask, it is designed as the filter to stop germs from entering or exiting the mask; and the inner layer is intended to absorb water, sweat and spit.
What is the difference between the N95 mask and the KN95 Mask?
The N95 Mask has met FDA standards both in production and in sample testing. Due to the critical need for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) during this time, the FDA and the CDC have approved KN95 masks to meet the overwhelming demand. These masks are subject to sample testing, and the factories are certified for compliance by the governing agency where the masks are produced.
What does the CDC say about masks?
The CDC recommends changing the masks (both Non Surgical and KN95’s) daily as the BFE, which starts out between 95%, loses efficiency after 4 hours and the longer you wear it the less safe it becomes.