SMOKE AND WILDFIRES
Wildfires emit carbon dioxide and other pollutants that severely degrade the local air quality. People who live in areas affected by wildfires report wearing a smoke mask during wildfire season helps them to reduce the health effects from smoke inhalation.
GIVE YOUR LUNGS A BREATHER
Smoke can travel miles beyond the flames of a wildfire, and so you should wear a smoke mask to protect yourself from PM2.5 pollution even if you don't live in an area that is directly affected by the fire. With a filter efficiency of over 95% at 0.3μm particle size, our air masks are highly effective at preventing smoke inhalation.
HOW OUR FILTRATION HELPS AGAINST SMOKE
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 pollen 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.