[Advanced Fabrics] Our disposable dust clothing are made of quality spunbonded material, Offers economical, comfortable and protection. FEATURES—— adjustable neckline with erect collar and waist straps,long sleeve with rib cuffs, full length,pockets, which gives you you a neat look and fits your body well. [Various functions] These blue disposable gowns are widely used. Can better protect you from pollution! All manufacturing processes and product quality of the protective isolation gown are certified by relevant U.S. agencies, you can use it at ease.
- These gowns are breathable, elastic dust-proof isolation overalls. Long-sleeve to ensure comfortable all-day use. Easy to put on and take off. Reliable protection ensured with full body coverage, providing a barrier for transmission of microorganisms and other harmful substances.
- Can be used as an anti-dust jacket, cleanroom garment, and protection against harmful germs, diseases, and viruses. Effectively isolate harmful substances. Widely used in hospitals, factories, salons, laboratories, and other public or private settings.
- Material consists of non-woven fabric material made of elasticity for flexibility and comfort.
- Size – 3/4-length gown. One size fits most.
- Color – Blue, Yellow,
- Fabric – (metric measurement of the weight of fabric used)
- Solid color finish.
- Disclosure – Pants, face mask, head covering, and shoe coverings sold separately.
- No Return Policy – Please note that due necessary health and safety precautions, all PPE products including these Disposable Gowns are final sale. These items are non refundable and non returnable. Shipping & handling is non refundable. Any shipping delays are fully responsible by shipping courier.
Labeling that shows a product has been tested to and meets appropriate performance standards is one way for users and procurers to determine when to use a particular gown.
The performance of gowns is tested using consensus standards:
American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) F2407 is an umbrella document which describes testing for surgical gowns: tear resistance, seam strength, lint generation, evaporative resistance, and water vapor transmission.
Below is a summary of ASTM F2407 standard recognized by the FDA.
- Tensile Strength: ASTM D5034, ASTM D1682
- Tear resistance: ASTM D5587(woven), ASTM D5587 (nonwoven), ASTM D1424
- Seam Strength: ASTM D751 (stretch woven or knit)
- Lint Generation (ISO 9073 Part 10)
- Water vapor transmission (breathability) ASTM F1868 Part B, ASTM D6701 (nonwoven), ASTM D737-75
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the Association of the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation (AAMI): ANSI/AAMI PB70:2003 describes liquid barrier performance and classification of protective apparel and drapes intended for use in health care facilities.
Below is a table summarizing the ANSI/AAMI PB70 standard recognized by the FDA.
- Shoe and Head Covers. …
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