1,It can penetrate air and water vapor, but it can repel water-based liquids and aerosols.
2,Made of 100% high density polyethylene, free of fillers, adhesives, and silicon.
3,The smooth surface repels inorganic liquid, prevents chemical substances from sputtering, and makes solid dust not easy to adhere.
4,Special coating treatment, 100% dust proof property can effectively prevent harmful ultra-fine dust, high concentration inorganic acid, alkali and salt solution.
5,Pass the blood and derived virus penetration test, proved to be able to prevent the invasion of body fluids, blood and blood-borne pathogens.
Two ties on back waist and back neck,knitted cuff
Green or blue, etc.
Sterile,1 pcs/sterile bag,50 pcs/ctn
All inner bag and carton printing can be as your design
SMS 35-65 gsm (comfortable, without glass fibres, latex free.)
Hospital clinical medical personnel and patients.
Our normal packing:
2. Carton size:50*28*40cm, as your demands
3. If you buy 1x20GP, the quantity will be 24550pcs
If you buy 1X40HQ, the quantity will be 60250pcs
Non sterile 10pc/bag,100pc/compressed in one carton,
Carton size 56x30x40cm
1x20ft can load around 40900pcs
1x40ft can load around 100400pcs
Packing photos for reference
1, Produce samples per customer requirement.
2, Bulk order production exactly per confirmed sample.
3, Purchase raw material and do fabric incoming inspection.
4, Production process inspection.
5, Inspection of finished products before storage.
6, The salesman go warehouse and do final inspection before goods ship.
7, We can do inspection report or online video per customer requirement if you need.
A Review of Isolation Gowns in : Fabric and Gown Properties
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has categorized three primary routes of contact between people in healthcare settings and microorganisms: (i) contact (direct and indirect), (ii) respiratory droplets, and (iii) airborne droplet nuclei . Contact transmission is generally considered the most common and direct contact occurs when microorganisms are transferred directly from one person to another. Airborne transmission occurs by dissemination of either airborne droplet nuclei or small particles in the respirable size range containing infectious agents. Droplet transmission refers to respiratory droplets which are generated through coughing, sneezing or talking. By using appropriate protective clothing, it is possible to create a barrier to eliminate or reduce contact and droplet exposure, and therefore prevent the transfer of microorganisms between patients and heath workers. While effective PPE could provide protection from these exposures, all isolation gowns available on the market may not provide adequate protection to the wearers. In addition, the isolation gowns used in the U.S. are not designed to prevent the airborne transmission; however, due to their structural properties, some reduction may occur to a variable degree. This paper highlights important issues regarding isolation gowns, including, fabric and design properties of gowns and critical parameters that impact bacterial and liquid transmission through fabrics.