If you want high quality protection that comes with a Honeywell respirator, then get this KN95 certified respirator by Honeywell. This KN95 respirator has elastic head wrap and cup shaped design. The Honeywell H801 KN95 has also been tested by the CDC with >98% filtration results. Honeywell is anAmerican advanced-technology company that manufactures high quality products.
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What can you tell me about these respirators? Honeywell H801 is made by Honeywell China. This particular brand ismanufactured for China, which is why the text is in Chinese. Honeywell China makes both H801 KN95 and H801 N95. The differences between the N95 and KN95 are that N95 have passed NIOSH-42CFR84 standards, but KN95 have passed Chinese performance standard GB2626–2006. Both respirators are manufactured with head wraps for the tightest fit. Here is the PDF test report from the CDC. The H801 size is equivalent to a 3M 1860S. 3M 1860S is a smaller version of the 3M 1860. Most cup shaped respirators are produced as the MEDIUM or LARGE size. These respirators are for an adult with a smaller nose and face size.
The cup shape is slightly oval and measures 5 inches by 4.5 inches in diameter. The length of the headwraps is 11 inches for the top headwrap and 10 inches for the bottom headwrap.
How do I know that these are authentic? We source all of our respirators directly from front line Honeywell authorized distributors. This is the closest source to the factory that you can get. The vendor has been verified by Honeywell China and has a long track record of trust and reliability. Our Chinese partners who fulfill these orders have also been vetted and background checked.
What is a KN95? KN95 respirator is a Chinese filtering facepiece respirator (FFR) that meets the Chinese performance standard GB2626–2006. KN95 respirators filter ≥ 95% of particles of 0.3 microns.According to 3M,“it is reasonable to consider China KN95, as “similar” to US NIOSH N95, for filtering non-oil-based particles such as bioaerosols (e.g. viruses).”