Yes, below explained the Cambridge Mask Filter Material Testing:
Our Masks pass the >99% requirement set for the European classification EN 149/FFP3 and the US classification 42 CFR 84, subpart K/N99, for the solid aerosol tests.
Due to the further prerequisite of EN 149 in regards to liquid aerosol test (not required for N classification), our masks receive a mean of PFE of 97% - this equates to FFP2.
Cambridge Mask test results:
Particle Filtration Efficiency >98%
Breathing resistance <2 mbar
Bacterial Filtration Efficiency >99%
Viral Filtration Efficiency >99%
Mask Fit and In-use PFE:
The EN 149 (FFP) also requires a series of activities conducted by individuals to test the mask fit and in-use PFE – whereas the 42 CFR 84, subpart K (N) only requires for it to not interfere with common industrial safety corrective spectacles.
If you combine the testing for filter material and the additional tests for mask fit and in-use PFE, more stringent for an FFP when compared to the N classification, our masks meet the performance requirements for our FFP2 CE Mark whilst also meeting requirements for the EN 149/FFP3 and the US classification 42 CFR 84, subpart K/N99m, for solid aerosol testing.
The FFP and N classifications cannot be compared like-for-like due to the different test requirements.
We have our test results published and you may check it here.
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