Hey everyone thanks again for joining me on the place. We are testing every single mask in the world and very excited to test a bunch of KF94's that y'all have sent me. That's right busting out that second person, plural, just for this scenario.
I want to shout out to Coralline who sent a bunch of masks to us that we've shown before. And actually we had missed this one. We didn't test it. So very excited to look at it today. I want to show you real quick, because my computer is at 2% power. You can go to this website. Kukjefarm.co.kr keep in mind that all KF94 masks are made in Korea, it's part of their standard.
So let's open this up and check it out. Now I've never tested a KF94 that hasn't met the standard. Never not once. It's a really good standard. And I think the Korean FDA does a really- Ooh there's three in there. Didn't expect that bonus. I think these do a really good job. Like Niosh does a really great job in the United States of policing N95 folks.
Let's go ahead and put this in the clamp tastic 9,000, it worked at the end. Did you see that? Did you see it? It worked. Let's let her rip. This is a PFE machine, particulate filtration efficiency machine. If you want to find out more about this, check out that link and we'll tell you how we're doing things. I don't know much about the claims that it's making on the website. The packaging is really great, which it typically is for KF94's, even though there aren't specific giant claims, the KF94 means it has to hit 94% filtration. So it's a lot like an N95. I would trust in order any N95 and then any KF94. But I personally like the KN94's better. And then I guess my ears, aren't small enough for this, but I guess that's what this little thing is for. All right, I'm going to go ahead and it's on here and do a smell.
Now the resistance on this is a little high I can tell. And I'm looking on the screen, I'm getting about 176, which is a little bit harder than a most to breathe in. You definitely want it to be below 150, but this is closer to a respirator, which is going to be harder to breathe in. And the smell, I'm going to say some foreign spice I'm not familiar with. It's not bad, it's not good. Just is different, just different. And let's take a look at the ear loops. I feel like that's pretty good.
Yeah. That's not going to break on your head though. It's a pretty good fit. Spun [inaudible 00:02:56] is oh my God, it's so soft, it's supple. I want to make a little snugly out of this for sleeping at night. Just a little mask snugly is that weird?
And let's check out the PFE. There you go. KF 94 does not disappoint. Actually think this is the lowest KF94 we've ever tested 98.067, 98.067. All right guys thank you so much for joining me on this masking adventure. And I will catch you on the next test. Only if you give me a like or subscribe and I'll check, I'll do it. I'm going to look at the number of videos and I'm going to track you down if you don't like or subscribe, because I'm weird like that. It's not true. Thank you Coralline for sending these really do it. We'll see you next time.
The MediMask passed our particulate filtration efficiency machine test with a score of 98%. KF94 masks are boat-style and made in Korea, which has very strict production guidelines. All KF94 masks have ear loops instead of head straps or head ties.
Mask breathability is determined by airflow resistance, which we measure in pascals. The target for adults should be around 150, and the target for children should be close to 100. The airflow resistance of this mask is 177.8.
This mask has an inoffensive spice-like odor. The fabric is comfortable, the fit is great and the construction is good. The breathability, however, could be better.
Someone sent us this mask for testing. Check out our video review for more details.