PM2.5 ACTIVATED CARBON
The PM2.5 name comes from its original use as protection against Particulate Matter 2.5, some of the smallest and most dangerous forms of air pollution. Airborne virions, such as the Coronavirus, are even smaller than PM2.5
However, research has shown the material to capture nanoparticles of this size with a high degree of efficiency (approx. 95%), and lab tests show a PM2.5 filter with a properly-fitted cloth mask can reduce total airborne particulates by as much as 90%.