5.00 out of 5 1 1 Buy Disposable Coveralls Standard EN 14126 Disposable Coveralls Standard EN 14126 (Type 5-B) – Protective clothing against infections Requirements for the characteristics and test methods of protective clothing against infections are regulated in DIN EN 14126. Protective clothing tested in accordance with DIN EN 14126 guarantees resistance to penetration of biologically contaminated liquids. The special requirements for clothing used to protect against infectious agents ensure that human skin is protected from potential contact with biological substances, which helps prevent the spread of germs. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) DIRECTIVE 2016/425 (EU) Type 5 EN ISO 13982-1 Type 6 EN 13034 EN 1073-2 2003 EN 14126 2003 EN 1149-5 2003 DDP shipping to door 13
Sterile disposable clothing for medical staff
Disposable clothing made from non-woven materials for use in healthcare. Wearing it is a prerequisite for safety. Clothing protects the medical worker from reagents, infection, and other harmful factors, prevents the microorganisms that are on his clothes and body from getting into the sterile atmosphere of the room.
Basic clothes for one-time use for a short time are shoe covers, arm ruffles, caps, medical surgical gloves, bathrobes, suits and sets. Clothes are bought in bulk for medical clinics, pharmacies, laboratories, hazardous industries.
The personnel of medical institutions should be provided with replaceable sets of clothes (there should be at least three of them). This requirement is dictated by special working conditions and a high risk of unusual situations. In any environment, doctors should look fresh and tidy, so the presence of replaceable clothes is a necessity, due to the specifics of the activity.
Clothes of medical staff are practical in use, comfortable and should withstand heavy loads.
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