⤺ reposted by @drunkenwhiskers from Another moron, who I would not want to be in a fox hole with
Yeah there really is no one size fits all standard.
3M P100, OV
There are ppl who claim they do disinfection with ultraviolet lamp. That process would take a few hours I imagine. And you need to make sure that the rays get to every part of the filter.
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The epidemic in Italy continues to spread, with the latest cases in France, Germany, and Spain, and the first cases in Greece, Algeria, Northern Macedonia, and Brazil all imported from Italy.
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The filter/face masks may employ some kind of electric static between the layers to absorb the particles. When they get wet, you lose the static, and that will greatly reduce their effectiveness. However there is no telling whether or not any specific type of filter/mask relies on the static.
I imagine this is part of the reason why there is a shelf life for face masks.
0 case really?
When they were used after a certain period they lose the static as well.
there’s 2 parts in each P100/OV filters
particulate filter P100, and Organic Vapor (OV) filter
carbon in OV filter would lose effectiveness over time even when not used,
but the particulate filter would remain usable (with usage it’s increasing in effectivity but harder to breathe through)
Everyone in government is lying
How can you believe that a plea to come into a war zone is propoganda
Yes. Except we don’t know which filter relies on what effect to stop the virus. Some surgical masks relies on static. If we look at the 3M filters they seem much thicker than those surgical masks so I imagine they may use their physical structure/property to stop the particles. If this is true they should last longer.
@aries also the credentials appear legit as well… I always try to bring good data