The sudden outbreak of COVID-19 (China’s Wuhan Province) on 11 March 2020 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). This increased the demand for N95 Masks and increased sales.
Personal protective equipment that protects the wearer against many airborne particles includes N95 respirators and surgical Masks. During a pandemic, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and the Occupational Safety and Health Authority (OSHA), recommend N95 marks.
A triple layer medical mask is a disposable mask, fluid-resistant, provide protection to the wearer from droplets of infectious material emitted during coughing/sneezing/talking. A N-95 respirator mask protects the respiratory system from harmful airborne particles .
What’s the Difference between Surgical Masks & N95?
N95 respirators are respiratory protection devices that provide effective filtration of airborne particles. Because they fit very closely to your face, N95 respirators are highly effective in filtering airborne particles. N95s are made to fit snugly on the wearer’s faces to filter 95 percent of particles having a median diameter of 0.3 micrometers.
A surgical mask is a disposable, loose-fitting device that acts as a barrier between the nose and mouth of the wearer and any potential contaminants in the surrounding environment. A surgical mask is designed to stop liquids, such as blood and sputum sprays, from entering the environment.
One of the major differences between a surgical mask and a N95 filtering face piece respirator is that surgical masks aren’t intended to give respiratory protection to the wearer since they don’t effectively filter lower airborne patches.
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Demand for N95 Mask
Recent reports have shown an increase in cases of infections caused by bacteria, viruses or fungi. COVID-19 has been increasing in prevalence worldwide, which has led to an increase in demand for N95 masks that protect the nose and mouth from biological infectious particles.
General N95 Respirator Warnings :
- Patients with chronic conditions such as cardiac disease, respiratory problems, or other medical issues that make breathing difficult should consult their doctor before using an N95 Respirator. The N95 Respirator can make it harder for them to breathe.
- Exhalation valves are available on some models to make breathing easier and reduce heat buildup. When sterile conditions are required, N95 respirators equipped with exhalation valves shouldn’t be used.
- N95 respirators have not been designed for children and people with facial hair. The N95 respirator is not designed to fit children or people with facial hair.
Shawmut Corporation and Fallon Company launched a partnership in March 2021 that included a NIOSH-approved Protex N95 face mask. It also includes the patent-pending Protex ADC all day-comfort system. Razer Inc., a Singapore-based company that develops, markets, and sells consumer electronics and financial services, launched the concept N95 mask. It features RGB and voice projection.