Available For Large Orders
  • 3M 1860 Series N95 with NIOSH & FDA
  • Dasheng DTC3B N95 with NIOSH & FDA
  • Flora's N95 / CE / NIOSH Certifications

3M (1860 Series)
N95 Face Masks

- 3M 1860 Series (FDA / CE/ NIOSH)
- Dasheng DTC3B (FDA / CE/ NIOSH)
- Two Other Manufacturers (FDA / CE/ NIOSH)

FLORA is a reseller of 3M 1860 series N95 masks to governments & hospital services. We can supply immediately. Our masks are NOT currently warehoused in China, thus are not subject to the current regulatory obstacles that many competitors face.

  • Clearances: FDA / CE / NIOSH
  • SIZES: One Size Fits All (Adult)

We are currently experiencing higher than expected order volume. Orders may take 7 days or longer to process.

Get Info on Large Quant. / N95 (NIOSH)

Flora Med Supplies Products

We have a FDA approved medical supplies from CE certified production facilities for hospitals and other essential service providers, as well as excess stock of protective equipment available for public purchase.

FDA-Cleared KN95 FAQs

There are a great many questions about our medical supplies and PPE. Please don't hesitate to email us for more details.

  • Why arent all FLORA products available for purchase for personal use?

    FLORA provides PPE to hospitals and healthcare workers who are in desparate need of these supplies. Under no circumstances can the general public purchase items which are in short-supply and high-demand with those on the front lines. These supplies are in desparate need by healthcare workers who are in high-risk scenarios. If you attempt to purchase these from another supplier, you are not only putting healthcare staff at higher risk, but you endanger the public and your loved ones.

  • Can I donate PPE to healthcare workers in need?

    FLORA donates in-demand personal protective equipement (PPE) to hospitals in its area. You can help that cause by donating to a non-profit like:
    Direct Relief 501(c)3

  • KN95 vs. FFP2

    Flora Medical Supplies' KN95 air filter masks are manufactured in China and are CE certified as an FFP2 protective mask (EN 149-2001) and meet KN95-level requirements (GB 2626-2006). FFP2 protective masks have been designated as an "Acceptable Product Classification" under the FDA's Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) on March 28, 2020. Such EUA outlines that FFP2 air filter masks qualify for use by Health Care Personnel, Hospital Purchasing Departments and Distributors, Importers and Commercial Wholesalers, and Any Other Applicable Stakeholders.
    3M®, the world’s largest mask manufacturer, acknowledges that KN95 filter masks are “equivalent” and “can be expected to function very similar” to that of N95 masks.