Hospital tested.
Research backed.

We are validating filtration and fit while we wait for the CDC/NIOSH.

Our testing
roadmap

We intend to validate fit and filtration while we are waiting on the CDC/NIOSH test method.
(1) Fit: Independent Seal Validation Study, in progress
(2) Filtration: ASTM F2100, complete
(3) Fit and Filtration, combined: USA Government CDC/NIOSH Certification, in progress

Fit:
Independent Seal
Validation Study

Check out our latest data here.

We are partnering with universities for testing as we wait for the CDC:

University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine (DIY Rubber Band Solution)

Study: SIMPLE MASK MODIFICATION FOR INCREASED PROTECTION DURING COVID-19
Status: IRB pending
Principal Investigator: Jaimo Ahn, MD, PhD, Advisory Dean and Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

University of Iowa Carver School of Medicine

Study: Assessing fit of the surgical mask brace using the PortaCount Pro+
Status: Published on MedRxiv
Principal Investigator: Daniel Runde, MD, MME, Clinical Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine

Filtration: 
ASTM F2100/F2299

The ASTM filtration standard qualifies surgical mask material to a filtration efficiency of 95% at 0.1 micron particles.

Fit and Filtration, combined: USA Government CDC/NIOSH 
Certification

The NIOSH certification is a comprehensive test that validates both filtration and seal simultaneously. This test method is the golden standard for N95 mask validation.

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