Siпglе-Usе Isоlаtioп Gоwп
Siпglе-Usе Isоlаtioп Gоwп
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Product production process overview

  • The Siпglе-Usе Isоlаtioп Gоwп garment is composed of SMS60g non-woven fabric and No. 3 nylon zipper. The SMS60g non-woven fabric is a raw material purchased directly from the supplier. After the purchased raw materials have passed the inspection, they are cut according to the product specifications. After cutting, the SMS60g non-woven fabric and No. 3 nylon zipper are stitched and sewn. Quality inspection, packaging after quality inspection is completed, and storage can be completed after packaging. During the entire production process, the quality inspection, slicing, and quality inspection of raw materials are the key processes.

Product production and processing technology(figure 1)

Figure 1 Production process flow chart

  • Key processes:

  • ① Inspection of raw materials: check whether the appearance of the raw materials is flat and intact.

  • ②Cut: Check whether the cut size meets the size specified in the product technical requirements.

  • ③Process inspection: check the appearance of the product, the surface should be flat.

  • (1) Impermeability to water: ≥1.67 kPa;
    (2) Moisture permeability: ≥2500 g / (㎡ * d);
    (3) Surface moisture resistance: ≥3 grade;
    (4) Breaking strength: longitudinal / transverse ≥45N;
    (5) Elongation at break: longitudinal / transverse ≥15%;
    (6) Odor: None;
    (7) Structure: The protective clothing should consist of a hooded jacket and pants, which can be divided into one-piece structure and split-type structure: the structure of the protective clothing should be reasonable, easy to put on and take off, and the joints should be tight; the cuffs and ankles should be elastic Closing, elasticity of the neck and waist of the hat and the neck should be stretched, or the buckle should be stretched.
    (8) Model specifications (one-piece): Unit CM

size

height

bust

Sleeve Length

cuff

Foot mouth

160

165

120

84

18

24

165

169

125

86

18

24

170

173

130

90

18

24

175

178

135

93

18

24

180

181

140

96

18

24

185

188

145

99

18

24

deviation

±2

±2

±2

±2

±2

Disposable Isolation Clothing

  • Wear a gown:

  • (1) Hold the collar with your right hand, put your left hand into the sleeve, and pull the collar up with your right hand to reveal your left hand.
    (2) Hold the collar with your left hand, put your right hand into the sleeve to expose your right hand, raise your hands to shake the sleeve, and be careful not to touch your face.
    (3) Hold the collar with both hands, and tie the neckband back from the center of the collar along the edge.
    (4) Tie the cuffs again.
    (5) Pull the side of the gown (about 5 cm below the waist) forward gradually, and pinch the edge.
    (6) Hold the other side edge in the same way.
    (7) Align the sides of the garment with your hands behind your back.
    (8) Fold to one side, hold the fold with one hand, and pull the belt to the fold with the other hand.
    (9) Cross the waist belt at the back and fasten the belt back to the front.

  • Take off the gown method:

  • (1) Unfasten the belt and tie a knot in front.
    (2) Disinfect your hands.
    (3) Unfasten the neck strap.
    (4) Pull down the gown from the chest with both hands.
    (5) Stretch your right hand into the sleeve of your left wrist and pull down the sleeve to pass your hand.
    (6) Hold the outside of the sleeve of the right hand isolation jacket with the covered left hand and pull down the right sleeve.
    (7) Withdraw your hands from the sleeves and switch off the gown.
    (8) When no longer in use, roll off the isolation gown with the contamination facing inward, roll it into a package, and throw it into the designated container.

Notes

  • (1) Disposable gowns are limited to putting on and taking off in the specified area.
    (2) Before wearing, check whether the gown is damaged, and if there is leakage or damage, replace it in time.
    (3) Do not allow the sleeves to touch the face and collar when wearing. Take care to avoid contamination when taking off.
    (4) When contacting multiple patients with similar infectious diseases, the gown can be used continuously without obvious contamination.
    (5) When contacting a suspected patient, the gown should be replaced between each patient.
    (6) When the gown is contaminated by the patient's blood, body fluids, or dirt, it should be replaced in a timely manner.
    (7) Isolation gowns for repeated use should be changed, cleaned and disinfected daily.

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