Certified Medical Mask & Surgical Respirators

Your Source for affordable high-volume certified medical masks for hospitals, first responders, government, and distributors. We use our own airlift from China to cities around the world.

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Flat Surgical Medical Mask

Type
1 flat surgical face mask.
Size 40×16.5.
Ear loop type.

Packaging
20 face masks per box, 1000 boxes per pallet

Price Brackets
250,000 masks, 250,000 to 500,000 masks, 1M plus masks
See Pricing Section Below

Medical Mask Certification

  • They currently have a certification
  • They have been tested by a 3rd party in a lab in Hong Kong
  • Further we are sending masks to a 3rd party testing lab in NV for independent testing

See the Medical Mask Certification for more details

EN European Medical Mask

Over the ear type face mask

Two Types of EN European Respirator Mask
FFP2 / KN95 –   95% 
FFP3 –   99% 

Packaging
Individually packaged in sterilize plastic.
1000 face masks per box.

Price Brackets
<250,000 masks

250,000 to 500,000 masks

>1M plus masks
See Pricing Section Below

Medical Mask Certification

  • They currently have a certification
  • They have been tested by a 3rd party in a lab in Hong Kong
  • Further we are sending masks to a 3rd party testing lab in NV for independent testing

See the Medical Mask Certification for more details

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Pricing, Shipping, & Terms

Pricing

The mask market is currently very unstable as countries, states, and corporations all compete for a limited supply of masks.  Several countries are trying to ramp up production but it is not fast enough.  In addition, the raw material pricing to support production lines is also highly volatile.

Prices are estimated to continue to climb even as production catches up.

Price Brackets

250,000 masks, 250,000 to 500,000 masks, 1M plus masks

The current market causes these prices are fluctuate daily.  We will guarantee pricing by the week within 10% of quote price.  If pricing surges over 10% we will inform you and renegotiate.

Need a smaller quantity?  Talk to us and we will put you in touch with someone in your area buying a larger quantity and distribute for your area.

Let us know your shipping preferences for pricing to include bulk shipping rates (we can fly it) or partial order shipments.

Yes we have shipping insurance.

Payment Terms

Quantifies up to 250,000 – Payment up front, delivery within 18 days.

250,000 and above  – 30% down, and a nonrefundable Purchase Order with Net7 Terms

Mask certification –  This is a big deal.

During Late March there were many companies that were producing fraudulent masks. The Chinese government has cracked down on this and no mask is permitted to leave China without certification. Additionally to ensure that safety and quality standards are upheld, we are coordinating with factory inspectors, 3rd party Chinese labs, and for an added layer or safety we are sending masks for an additional 3rd party testing by labs in Nevada.

All the masks we currently carry have a CE.

Can I see the certifications? Absolutely! However due to supply chain security and our vendor agreements, we only provide this information after we sign an exclusive sales agreement.

Delivery Terms
WE have FAS – Free Alongside Ship and FOB – Free on Board Options.  

Orders under 250000 masks: We will inform you when the order goes in and expect receipt 18 total days later. If there is a delay in customs for any reason we will notify right away.
Order over 250,000 masks are drop ship palletized, pick up will be in select cities at the airport logistic centers. We may ship in installments to prevent anyone running out of inventory.

Quality Assurance
MODUS has its own representatives every step along the way.  From in factory and shipping inspections, to our on site Shanghai customs representatives to our in air logistics specialists.  We maintain the highest control on your orders.

Secure Shipping Service

MODUS has its own fleet of logistic aircraft. We do this to ensure we maintain control of the masks from customs to your distribution center.

Airfields we can transport to with our heaviest cargo aircraft.
MODUS can securely transport up to 83 metric tons and/or 675 cub.m of cargo direct from Shanghai to approved port of entry cities.

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Masks vs Respirators

Masks and their uses:

Masks are loose fitting, covering the nose and mouth. Designed for one way protection, to capture bodily fluid leaving the wearer.
Example – worn during surgery to prevent coughing, sneezing, etc on the vulnerable patient.

The vast majority of masks do not have a safety rating assigned to them (e.g. NIOSH or EN).

Respirators and their uses:

Respirators are tight fitting masks, designed to create a facial seal
Non-valved respirators provide good two way protection, by filtering both inflow and outflow of air
These are designed protect the wearer (when worn properly), up to the safety rating of the mask

Respirator Standards

While surgical style masks are not redundant by any means (discussed more below), they aren’t designed to protect the wearer, while respirators are.

The most commonly discussed respirator type is N95. This is an American standard managed by NIOSH – part of the Center for Disease Control (CDC).

Europe uses two different standards. The “Filtering Face Piece” score (FFP) comes from EN standard 149:2001. Then EN 143 standard covers P1/P2/P3 ratings. Both standards are maintained by CEN (European Committee for Standardization).

The US Center for Disease Control (CDC) cites the N95 respirator standard as part of the advised protective equipment in their Covid-19 FAQ and their SARS guidance (SARS being a similar type of Corona virus). Which suggests that an N95, it’s equivalent, or better respirator is acceptable.

As you can see, the closest European equivalent to N95 are FFP2 / P2 rated respirators, which are rated at 94%, compared to the 95% of N95.

Similarly, the closest to N100 are P3 rated respirators – with FFP3 following closely behind.

Are N95/N100 actually better than FFP2/P3?

Not necessarily, it’s important to note that these standards only specify the minimum % of particles that the respirator filters. For example, if a mask is FFP2 rated, it will filter at least 94% of particles that are 0.3 microns in diameter or larger. Yet in practice it will filter somewhere between 94% and 99% or 0.1 microns. The precise figure will often be quoted by the manufacturer in the product description.

KN95 vs N95

Yes. N95 has the same specification as the Chinese KN95.

A 3M document linked here (link) states:

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”

Modus does its Due Diligence!

To ensure that the KN95 respirators meet the KN95 standard, MODUS has its respirators tested by TWO Independent 3rd Party Labs located in Hong Kong and Nevada.

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