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Common Uses of Protective Clothing (Down)

Feb. 18, 2020

Medical non-woven fabric manufacturer share with you:

Protective clothing worn when exposed to intense radiant heat near a flame. It is suitable for firefighters to wear fire protection clothing when entering the flame area and coming into contact with the flame during fire fighting and rescue, or when handling radioactive materials, biological materials, and dangerous and chemical materials.

Can reflect radiant heat and can directly contact flame-proof clothing. You can wear a fire shelter to go through a 800-1000 degree fire field for a short time.

Chemical protective clothing is one of the protective clothing for firefighters. It is used by firefighters to protect themselves from chemical dangerous or corrosive substances when they fight fires and rescue operations with fires and accident scenes of hazardous chemicals and corrosive substances. And wearing protective clothing.

Chemical protective clothing may or may not be sealed, depending on the application and the level of danger. All materials used in protective clothing must be resistant to chemical penetration and degradation. The seam structure is also an important factor that affects the performance of protective clothing. If the treatment is not good, the needle holes of the fabric will leave enough pores for micro-materials or liquids to pass through. Thereby reducing protection performance. Chemical protective clothing is divided into light and heavy types.

 Disposable Surgical Gown

 Disposable Surgical Gown

Light protective clothing is generally made of nylon coated PVC, which is lighter in weight and suitable for whole body protection in hazardous locations. It can prevent acid-base damage of ordinary nature and does not need to be equipped with respirator. Weight-about 5 kg.

Heavy-duty protective clothing can be made of multiple layers of high-performance chemical-resistant composite materials. It has excellent properties such as tear resistance, anti-wear resistance, flame resistance and heat resistance, insulation, and waterproof sealing. , Smoke, solid chemicals, biological agents, military gases and nuclear pollution.

Airtight protective clothing is generally made of chlorine J rubber, which is anti-corrosive to many different chemicals, and is very suitable for use in cold and high temperature environments. Heavy protective clothing is generally equipped with a respirator, and the protective clothing generally weighs about 6 kg. Electromagnetic radiation

The ultra-fine conductive fibers implanted in the fabric can ensure that the garment does not generate static electricity, and can achieve the effects of explosion-proof, dust-proof, bacteriostatic and cleaning. Because natural mineral powder is added to the fabric, it can emit far infrared that can be absorbed by the human body at human body temperature, and its emissivity is above 80%. Can activate human cells, increase cell energy, promote and improve human microcirculation, thereby enhancing the human body.

Disposable surgical gown clothing fabrics are soft, breathable, and more comfortable to wear than ordinary cotton products. They are shielded from 100kHz to 300GHz electromagnetic waves.


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