Barrier PerformanceThe test method, sampling position and barrier performance classification of protective clothing are shown in Table 1. See the table below for the key areas of the isolation suit.
Liquid barrier refers to the medical protective clothing should be able to prevent the penetration of water, blood, alcohol and other liquids, with more than 4 levels of hydrophobicity, to avoid the virus carried by patient’s blood, body fluids and other secretions which infect the medical staff. Microbial barrier refers to the protective clothing against bacteria and viruses, mainly to prevent the contact transmission between medical staff and patients and cross-infection. Filtering performance refers to preventing viruses transmitted through the air in the form of aerosols which inhaled or attached to the skin surface that result in infection.
Protective clothing Details
|Type:||Disposable Clothing||Place of Origin:||FuJian, China|
|Size:||XS/S/M/L/XL/2XL||Product name:||Protective Clothing
Supply Ability: 3000 Piece/Pieces per Day
Protective clothing Features
1. Bound stitched seam keep the performance of liquid resistance
2. Hood with elastic border
3. Knitted cuffs or elastic cuffs are optional
4. Elasticated band and ankles
5. Wide armhole for maximum wearability and comfort during usage
6. No particle release
7. Ergonomic 3-piece hood
8. Elasticated waist for optimum fit
9. Ample crotch area