Disposable Protective Suits are made with SF breathable film - a composite material, the inner layer is PE breathable film material, the outer layer is PP material, two kinds of material compound. Pinholes in the stitching of the protective suits are all sealed by hot-pressing tape.
From Certified Category II Medical Device factory
Material: SF Breathable film 65g/sqm
Sealant: Blue PU material
Meets requirements of EN14605: 2005 + 1-2009 Standard, Full body protective suit
Meets requirements of EN14126: 2003 Standard, Protection against infectious bacteria.
Note: You can order the shoe cover separately with the same material. Built in shoe cover suit available upon request.
Protective clothing non-sterilized
For Use of:
- General public wards
- Emergency Rooms
Protective clothing sterilized
For Use of:
There are 2 ways to sterilize:
- Ethane Sterilization method- After sterilization in ethylene oxide sterilizing room, the suit needs to stay still for 12-14 days.
- Sterilization is valid up to 2 years. Delivery period will take longer.
- Nuclear irradiation method the suits need to be sterilized for 1-2 days.
- Sterilization is valid for 1 month.
The European EN standard classifies protective clothing into Six different Categories:
These products has passed the European protective performance test class 4 Including:
TYPE 3: Liquid densification protective clothing
TYPE 4: Spray Densification Protective Clothing
TYPE 5: Protective clothing against solid particles
TYPE 6: Protective clothing against mild liquid chemical splash
All certification can be provided upon request. Please reach out to our account executives at email@example.com or give us a call at +855 (0)85 555 792.