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Why did this mask fail?
Video TranscriptWe're going to go ahead and test this one, which is his... What did he call it? Fuchsia?
And, what did you call it?
And, I said, magenta.
Magenta, okay. Now they are putting, back to someone else's point earlier, GB2626-2006, which is the old standard. That's older than you. So, they need a couple things. You could tell by the quality of things, by how much work they did. Look at can... And, it's like busted off. So, I would say this is not a legitimate mask. You do not have to put the manufacturer name on the mask in the 2006 standard, but you need to see KN95, and you need to see GB2626-2006.
2006. But they didn't put that.
They didn't put that. Do you want to smell it first?
Let me smell it. It smells like laundry detergent.
It smells like laundry detergent. Let me see. Oh, what kind of laundry detergent are you using? It smells like laundry detergent in a rat museum.
That is not true.
That's horrible. That is horrible. All right. Ready? We got to go. 3, 2, 1. We did it. Fist bump.
There we go.
Now this is not following the standard. We saw that, because he didn't put the right markings on the mask.
Okay? So, we know that it's a fake KN95, we know the breathability is too good. 67 pascals. 5, 4, 3... You're supposed to count with me. 2, 1-
Ah, 88.16. It's called the 3D respiratory respirator disposable face mask. They're just using random word soup there. But, the company is the [inaudible 00:01:48] technology code limited. I got to do the ear loop. I only have one ear loop. These welds do not look good. You can tell they're not on point. I knew it was going to happen. I knew it was going to happen. Look it, I see you. Yeah, not very good.
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