Respirators and Face masks

Do you know what are the differences between face masks and respirators?

FACE MASKS are usually loose fitting masks for covering nose and mouth. Face masks are designed for one way protection, meaning they usually capture body fluids only leaving the wearer however they do not protect the wearer from incoming fluids or particles.

RESPIRATORS however offer two way protection and they do also filter the air you breath in. Respirators are tight fitting, facial sealing masks which protect the wearer from harmful particles for example bacteria and viruses. FFP2 (=N95) and FFP3 (=N100) protection levels are enough to block out bacteria and viruses from the air.

Protection levels simplified: FFP2 protection level equals KN95 mask protection level and both FFP2 and KN95 equals N95 protection level. Simply: FFP2=KN95=N95, they mean all the same. 

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