Delivery date and capacity:
Over 500 workers and about 300 three-stitch sewing machines,
600pcs gown one machine one day,
We can finish 1x40ft High container quantity gowns in one day.
1. Can be used in hospital, laboratory, food industry, anywhere which need protection, Prevent and isolate dust, particle, alcohol, blood, bacteria and virus invading.
2. Can be used as a visit coat .Prevent cross infection in medical treatment at sanitation field.
Tie on back collar, tie on waist, knitted cuff
Non sterile,10 pcs/bag,10 bags/ctn.
All inner box 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. Non-sterile(sterile available )
3. Carton size: 56x30x32cm, as your demands
4. If you buy 1x20GP, the quantity will be 51000pcs
If you buy 1X40HQ, the quantity will be 125000pcs
Packing photos for reference
A Review of Isolation Gowns in Healthcare: Fabric and Gown Properties
Gowns are identified as the second-most-used piece of PPE, following gloves, in the healthcare setting. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Guideline for Isolation Precautions, isolation gowns should be worn to protect healthcare workers’ arms and exposed body areas during procedures and patient-care activities when anticipating contact with clothing, blood, bodily fluids, secretions and excretions. Isolation gowns currently available on the marketplace offer varying resistance to blood and other bodily fluids depending on the type of the material, its impermeability, and wear and tear. While some studies show no benefit of the routine use of isolation gowns, others demonstrate that its use is associated with a reduced infection rate. This paper reviews isolation gowns in healthcare settings, including the fabrics used, gown design and interfaces, as well as critical parameters that affect microorganism and liquid transmission through fabrics.