$35.00 / Bag
Breathable polypropylene material provides a lightweight protective barrier against dust and grime. Full back coverage with back and neck ties.
Standard: GB18401-2010 Type B
Shelf Life: 2 years
The breathable polypropylene material of the non-medical disposable gown provides a lightweight protective barrier against dust and grime. Non-surgical isolation gown also protects your back, which is often overlooked when it comes to wearing full coverage protective clothing. The lightweight design of the non-medical isolation gown features ties at the neck for that added measure of protection.
1. Wash hands thoroughly or apply hand sanitizer
2. Put on the Non-Surgical Isolation Gown
3. Fully cover your torso from your neck to knees and your arms to the end of your wrists, then tie the disposable gown at the back.
4. The gown should be large enough to allow unrestricted movement without gaping.
5. Fasten at the back of the neck and waist.
Discard the Non-Medical Disposable Gown in an appropriate receptacle. Some users may require special disposal depending on your local facility’s rules and applicable regulations.
Non-Medical Disposable Gown provides low-level protection and acts as a lightweight protective barrier against dust and grime. Non-Surgical Isolation Gown is not intended for use during surgical procedures, invasive procedures. It is widely used in factories, salons, laboratories and other public or private settings.
COVID-19 has put a critical focus on infection control and personal protective equipment (PPE) as communities seek to protect residents.
Width x Length : 120cm x 140cm
Fabric Material : Polypropylene (PP) 100% non woven fabric
Colour : Blue
User High Comfort? : Yes
Elastic Wrist? : Yes
Reusable? : No
Surgical : No
Impermeability to water : AATC 42-2019
Isolation gowns are a significant added layer of protection from fluids, chemicals, and more. No matter what other PPE you are using, your clothes can hold infections on them. By using an isolation gown properly, you are protecting yourself from carrying and spreading infections on your clothes.
Not only is it a danger to yourself if you have any infectious materials on your clothes, but it's a threat to everyone you come in contact with. By wearing an isolation gown, you're preventing your clothes from becoming a carrier of infections.
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All Medical Gowns need testing according to AAMI standards. The gowns are classified based on their rating of Liquid barrier performance as per CSA.
As opposed to the Medical Gowns, Non-Medical (Non-Surgical) Isolation Gowns do not need testing according to AAMI standards. They are usually made of Polypropylene and used in low risk environments.