Bacteria and germs
Germs get into the air easily. When someone sneeze or coughs, tiny droplets filled with bacteria and viruses scatter into the air. They may also end up on the hands and in turn be spread to surfaces like tables or door handles.
CURBING THE SPREAD OF GERMS AND BACTERIA
You are constantly exposed to various types of germs. Wearing a flu mask lowers the risk of being contaminated by bacteria and viruses. The Urban Air Mask 2.0 and the Lite Air Mask can be worn to protect yourself during flu season or as a germ mask to safeguard your respiratory system.
HOW OUR FILTRATION HELPS AGAINST Germs
Our air masks use a multilayer filter technology to provide superior protection against different particles and hazardous airborne substances. Both the Urban Air Mask 2.0 and the Lite Air Mask filter out more than 95% of particles down to to 0.3μm in size.
SUBMICRON DUST FILTERING
The germ masks provide submicron dust filtering capability to protect against PM2.5 and even smaller particles
The technology is tested at RISE R&D center in Sweden and is certified for GB 2626-2006 KN95, similar to an industrial N95 mask or N95 respirator.