Malida -Respirator - Fluid Resistant - N95 (Molded)
Non Technical and Terms
Inspection and testing will be performed prior to and during production along with a final random inspection of finished products by a Bank approved independent inspection agency. The inspection contract will be let by Malida to the approved inspection agency with costs passed through to the Borrower to pay.
Quoted prices are Free on Board (FOB), where the borrower is responsible for the cost of shipping and insurance from the country of origin to the product’s final destination in their country. Upon receipt of your ROI, Malida will propose CIP pricing, where it would organize the delivery of goods to the agreed destination.
30 days from date of first advance payment to delivery to warehouse at country of manufacturer’s airport.
50% on order; 50% on final acceptance of product
Malida was formed in 2015 as a compression socks importer. It began when David’s father was a vascular surgeon and asked for quality compression socks to be given to patients after vein surgery. As a side project, the team sourced a high-quality manufacturer of compression apparel from Italy that was FDA registered and listed, and lower in cost than other imported competitors.
The N95/KN95 respirator masks are air-purifying respirators designed to prevent the wearer from inhaling airborne particulates. They do not protect against the inhalation of gases and vapours. The N95/KN95 Respirator Mask has good breathability with a design that does not collapse against the mouth (e.g. duckbill, cup-shaped). Mask harnesses may have head straps or ear loops.
N95/KN95 respirator masks that protect against blood penetration are known as surgical N95 or medical KN95 respirator masks. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in their webpage Frequently Asked Questions about Personal Protective Equipment2, says, “a surgical N95 is recommended only for use by healthcare personnel (HCP) who need protection from both airborne and fluid hazards (e.g., splashes, sprays). These respirators are not used or needed outside of healthcare settings. In times of shortage, only HCP who are working in a sterile field or who may be exposed to high velocity splashes, sprays, or splatters of blood or body fluids should wear these respirators, such as in operative or procedural settings. Most HCP caring for confirmed or suspected COVID-19 patients should not need to use surgical N95 respirators and can use standard N95 respirators. If a surgical N95 is not available for use in operative or procedural settings, then an unvalved N95 respirator may be used with a face shield to help block high velocity streams of blood and body fluids.
World Health Organization’s Standards:
- Minimum "N95" respirator according to FDA Class II, under 21 CFR 878.4040, and CDC NIOSH
- Minimum "FFP2" according to EN 149
- EU PPE Regulation 2016/425 Category III or equivalent
Equivalent Standards (determined by ECRI):
- GB 19083 (medical KN95)
- GB 2626 (Commercial KN95)