D&B D-U-N-S Number: 117165044
Lamdown KN95 Mask, 3ply Mask & N95 FDA Certified and Approved for use in the United States
The Manufacturer Lanshan Shendun Technology Co., Ltd is a Authorized Imported, Non-NIOSH Approved Respirators Manufactured in China (Updated: June 24, 2020): PPE
In response to continued respirator shortages, the FDA issued new guidance, authorizing KN95 respirators if certain criteria are met, including evidence demonstrating respirators are authentic.
From the FDA website... FDA does not allow anyone to use their logo on packages or labels. Any KN95 or 3-Ply Masks or PPE Supplies with a FDA logo on them are subject to be Counterfeit!
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The China Government:
At the time, the Ministry of Commerce issued the latest notice. In order to ensure that each mask meets the nationally recognized standards in terms of quality and quantity, from the early morning of April 10, KN95 masks do not allow FDA, FFP2, FFP3 and other words on the laser coding Permit to print on the KN95 mask's or packages or labels own implementation standards and mask categories, and each batch of masks delivered to the buyer must be sampled for commercial testing and issued a test report.
The US Food and Drug Administration on Friday changed its position on a sought-after type of respirator from China, the KN95, announcing that the agency will authorize the mask for use in healthcare settings if it meets certain criteria.
In response to continued respirator shortages, the FDA issued new guidance, authorizing KN95 respirators if certain criteria are met, including evidence demonstrating that the respirator is authentic.
The move comes after conflicting government guidance caused confusion over how these masks should be used and whether they could be imported into the US.
The FDA did not include these masks on its initial guidance for emergency use issued last month, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the KN95 masks are “expected to be suitable alternatives” to the N95 masks during the coronavirus pandemic when supplies are short.
The differing guidance left suppliers hesitant to ship masks and US buyers wary of purchasing them.
On March 28th, the FDA listed masks from six countries, including Mexico and Brazil, that it found “appropriate to protect public health or safety,” but left the Chinese masks off the list.
Filter performance – the filter is evaluated to measure the reduction in concentrations of specific aerosols in air that passes through the filter.
Filtering effect & 95%, non-woven fabric, bridge bard adjustable, fusion-jet filter material
40g melt-blown non-woven fabric
50g non-woven fabric
30g non-woven fabric
45g hot air cotton fabric
Disposable no breathing valve
GB 2626-2006 EN 149
Based on this comparison, it is reasonable to consider China KN95, AS/NZ P2, Korea 1st Class, and Japan DS FFRs as “equivalent” to US NIOSH N95 and European FFP2 respirators, for filtering non-oil-based particles such as those resulting from wildfires, PM 2.5 air pollution, volcanic eruptions, or bioaerosols (e.g. viruses). However, prior to selecting a respirator, users should consult their local respiratory protection regulations and requirements or check with their local public health authorities for selection guidance.