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KN95 Face Masks Now Available

Many countries are slowing seeing the lockdown measures relaxing, but that doesn't mean we are out of the woods yet. We are still being advised to take precautionary measures and follow government guidelines. The main focus at the moment is wearing face masks and these are playing a critical part in our lives right now. The issue we are facing is so many companies are extorting people and charging a fortune for the masks. Lots of the masks are so basic, they simply do not offer anything. So at Cheetah Sportswear we have decided to do something about this...


Cheetah Sportswear has spent a great amount of time researching the very best face masks available on the market right now and those that won’t cost the earth. Our purchasing department has managed to secure a fantastic deal on single and family packs of the KN95 masks, which are CE and FDA certified. The masks we stock were also manufactured in February 2020, meaning they are brand new stock. Click here to take a look at our range.

Due to customs and freight companies increasing costs, we only have a limited amount and we are waiting for more to arrive. As the demand is growing higher for these with rumours growing of compulsory wear, we are seeing extortionate shipping rates. We will always do our very best to keep rates low and only offer the best masks available. What is the KN95 Respirator Mask?

The KN95 Respirator Mask is a face mask that protects from chemicals, dust and particles from metal smelting and processing manufacturing, as well as other airborne harmful substances. The mask fits snugly around the face to prevent particles and harmful substances entering your nose and mouth. KN95 face masks are designed to filter out a minimum of 95% of particles.

KN95 can be used to prevent harmful substances entering the respiratory system through the nose and mouth. This can be required in several circumstances including:

o On construction sites to protect against dust and other particles

o In agriculture to protect from dust, vapours, fumes and mould spores

o In healthcare to protect from germs and infection Personal use to prevent spread of infection from yourself and for protection from other people’s germs When were your masks created? February 2020

How does this face mask work?

The mask’s 3D shape is designed according to the ergonomics of your face to ensure a secure fit and increase the breathing capability of the mask, improve air permeability and make it more comfortable to wear and breathe.

How to use this product

Before using, check that the packaging is intact and confirm the marked expiration date on the outer package and use the mask within the expiration date. Open the mask fully, position the mask with the metal nose strip up. Use both hands to press the metal nose strip to fit the bridge of the nose and achieve a better protective effect. Store the mask in a dry, ventilated, non-corrosive gas environment and away from fire sources and flammable materials.


What other preventative measures can you take to prevent spreading germs and infection?

Using a mask is just one preventative measure you can take to protect yourself from respiratory pathogens, dust and harmful airborne substances. However it is recommended to not rely on masks alone to provide an adequate level of protection. Here are a few more steps you can use, along with the use of safety masks to protect yourself from harmful substances in the environment:

o Perform hand hygiene frequently, using soap and water (where possible) or an alcohol-based hand rub

o Try not to touch your face, especially your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands

o Cover nose and mouth with a bent elbow or paper tissue when coughing or sneezing and dispose of the tissue immediately after use

o Keep surfaces clean and disinfected


What does CE and FDA certified mean?

FDA approval means that the masks have been approved for use in all parts of the world, while the CE mark has restrictions, but is required & has been approved for the below… The CE marking is currently required in the following countries: 1. Austria (since 1995) 2. Belgium 3. Bulgaria (since 2007) 4. Czech Republic (since 2004) 5. Cyprus (since 2004) 6. Denmark 7. Estonia (since 2004) 8. Finland (since 1995) 9. France 10. Germany 11. Greece 12. Hungary (since 2004) 13. Iceland 14. Ireland 15. Italy 16. Latvia (since 2004) 17. Lithuania (since 2004) 18. Liechtenstein 19. Luxembourg 20. Malta (since 2004) 21. Norway 22. The Netherlands 23. Poland (since 2004) 24. Portugal 25. Romania (since 2007) 26. Slovakia (since 2004) 27. Slovenia (since 2004) 28. Spain 29. Sweden (since 1995) 30. United Kingdom (Great Britain) 31. Croatia (since July 1, 2013) Click HERE to purchase.

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