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Judging for the cost of graphene and the cost of the mask, there is a very low chance that an advanced material would be put into it.
Amazon Customer
· September 5, 2021
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Level 1 masks are Ideal for procedures where low amounts of fluid, spray and/or aerosols are produced.

This mask is a level one mask so if this is what you are looking for then yes. … see more
Level 1 masks are Ideal for procedures where low amounts of fluid, spray and/or aerosols are produced.

This mask is a level one mask so if this is what you are looking for then yes.

The feel of these masks is high quality in my opinion and must more robust than the non-medical masks. see less
Level 1 masks are Ideal for procedures where low amounts of fluid, spray and/or aerosols are produced.

This mask is a level one mask so if this is what you are looking for then yes.

The feel of these masks is high quality in my opinion and must more robust than the non-medical masks.

Kevin
· January 29, 2021
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Yes they are
Hung Luong
· December 16, 2020
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Chine
Sylvie Tremblay
· September 25, 2021
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China I think
Amazon Customer
· November 4, 2020
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The masks are made in China
Amazon Customer
· April 20, 2021
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I checked the box and no word of graphene on it at all. So I am guessing no.
susan
· April 19, 2021
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No
Gary
· April 26, 2021
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China
Fran B.
· December 18, 2020
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You can access this information under the product description. If not, Google the manufacturer of any given product you would like this info on. This can be very useful in deciding whether or not to use a company based of their carbon footprint as well as their environmental awareness and contributions. Good luck!
Jehya
· December 29, 2020