V-collar or round collar , T-shirt or with magic sticker and snaps, pocket are available
Anti-static, superior breathable, water and blood resistance, safe
for medical, surgical, pharmaceutical, laboratorial, industrial sector
S-XXXL sizes available
white, green, yellow, blue, pink
1set/inner bag, 50sets/carton or as you require
Stored in dry, humidity below 80%, ventilated, non-corrosive gases warehouse
OEM and Customized Logo/brand
CE, FDA, ISO13485
A brief description of the manufacturing processes for medical textile materials
Nonwoven fabrics are made by bonding or interlocking fibers or filaments by mechanical, thermal, chemical, or solvent means. When nonwoven fabrics are made from staple fibers, their production involves the formation of a uniform web by a wet-laid process or carding, followed by bonding the nonwovens either thermally or by other means such as needle punching, hydroentangling, etc. Spun-laid nonwovens are made in one continuous process where fibers are spun and then directly dispersed into a web by deflectors or air streams. Melt-blown nonwoven is a one-step process in which high-velocity air blows a molten thermoplastic resin from an extruder die tip on to a conveyor or take-up screen to form a fine fibrous and self-bonded web.
Because the fibers are loosely connected, nonwoven fabrics are often more porous than other forms of textiles. In order to gain integrity, the fibers in nonwoven fabric are bonded by using one of the following methods:
1.Bonding with binder fibers: Specially engineered low-melting-point fibers are blended with other fibers in a web, so that a uniformly bonded structure can be generated at low temperature by fusion of the binder fiber with adjacent fibers.
2.Spot bonding: This is a process of binding thermoplastic fibers into a nonwoven fabric by applying heat and pressure so that a discrete pattern of fiber bonds is formed.
3.Print bonding: Adhesive material is printed on the nonwoven fabric in a discrete pattern to achieve bonding of the fibers.
4.Saturation bonding: By soaking the web with an adhesive, the fibers in a nonwoven fabric can be bonded together.
5.Spray bonding: This is a process of binding fibers into a nonwoven fabric using spray application of a fabric binder.
6.Stitch bonding: In this method, the fibers are connected by stitches sewn or knitted through the web.