PDF Version of OEA Series Coveralls / Protective Suits (aka Tyvek Suits) The catalogue hosts Coveralls/Protective Suits AAMI Level 3 Coveralls/Protective Suits AAMI Level 2 The product is not related with Tyve or Dupont. It is an equivalent of Tyvek Suit. Tyvek is the trademark for Dupont and all rights reserved to them. We at … Continue reading
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Loxtay FYC Series Products complies with the essential safety and health requirements of the Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC-General Product Safety Directive 2001/95/EEC regulations. The product is attested against: EN ISO 13982-1/A1, EN 14325, EN 1073-2, EN 1149-1, EN 1149-2, EN 1149-3, EN 1149-5, EN ISO 13485, EN 13034, EN 14605+A1, EN ISO 13688 ISO … Continue reading
Loxtay FXX Series Products complies with the essential safety and health requirements of the Medical Devices Directive 93/42/EEC–General Product Safety Directive 2001/95/EEC. The product is attested against: EN 14683+AC, EN 1041+A1, EN ISO 13485, EN ISO 14971, EN ISO 10993-1, EN ISO 10993-10, EN ISO 15223-… Continue reading
Company-wide ISO 9001 certification demonstrates, on an independently assessed basis, that Integras/Loxtay meets international standards in quality assurance. This provides Integras/Loxtay with a highly externally visible quality marque, the Corporate ISO9001 Certificate, underpinned by specific Business Unit registrations. This complements and supports the Integras brand and image. Loxtay is a brand and trademark of Integras. All rights are reserved. Our quality management … Continue reading
Current Healthcare Protective Clothing Standards and Specifications Several fluid-resistant and impermeable protective clothing options are available in the market place for healthcare workers. These include isolation gowns, surgical gowns, and coveralls. When selecting the most appropriate protective clothing, employers should consider all of the available information on recommended protective clothing, including the potential limitations. Employers … Continue reading
Considerations for Selecting Protective Clothing used in Healthcare for Protection against Microorganisms in Blood and Body Fluids Background Healthcare workers can be exposed to biological fluids that are capable of transmitting diseases. Those diseases, which are caused by a variety of microorganisms such as, Hepatitis B virus (HBV), Hepatitis C virus (HCV), Ebola Virus, and … Continue reading
Other Factors n addition to the barrier resistance properties and other factors discussed above, there are other critical characteristics of protective clothing that employers and purchasers must use in their decision-making process. These include factors such as compliance with regulatory agencies, durability (abrasion resistance, tensile strength, seam strength), comfort (breathability, air permeability), flammability, electrostatic properties, … Continue reading
Review Protective Clothing Manufacturers Data/Information Gown and coverall manufacturers should be consulted before selections are made to: review both fabric and garment specifications (including type, strength, and barrier testing results of seams) of the protective clothing in consideration; see if the considered protective clothing is suitable for use in a medical setting; determine protective clothing … Continue reading
Donning and Doffing Features of Protective Clothing The manner in which the clothing is donned and doffed in sequence with other PPE is an important consideration when selecting gowns and coveralls. This is critical because the ease or difficulty with which PPE is put on and removed may affect its effectiveness and the potential for … Continue reading
What is the difference Gown, Coverall, Protective Suit? Design of the Clothing: Gown vs Coverall Employers should consider the garment design as part of their selection process. Unfortunately, no clinical studies have been done to compare the efficacy of gowns vs. coveralls. Both have been used effectively by healthcare workers in clinical settings during patient … Continue reading