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Coverall, gowns and surgical gowns part of the broader needs of nonwoven fabric applications

Aug.2021 | Company News
Surgical gowns
Surgical gown is a classic example of protective garment worn by surgeons during operating procedure. The general product characteristics are long sleeves with cuffs, attached waists and neck ties, adjustable neckline with yellow hook-andloop style neck binding.

If the gown is intended to provide protection to the patient, it is considered as a medical device. The relevant harmonised standards laying down the requirements for surgical garments are:
EN 13795-1:2019 Surgical clothing and drapes - Requirements and test methods - Part 1: Surgical drapes and gowns, and EN 13795-2:2019 Surgical drapes, gowns and clean air suits, used as medical devices for patients, clinical staff and equipment - Part 2: Test methods.

Coverall and Gowns (personal protective equipment)
Coveralls, aprons or other chemical protective clothing garments are worn for the protection of the wearer against chemicals, but also for potentially infectious material, and for the protection of the environment against potentially infectious material spread by the wearer.

Chemical (biological) protective clothing (CPC) providing body protection to the wearer are considered as PPE.

In the context of COVID-19, the relevant harmonised standard laying down the requirements for protective clothing (PPE) is EN 14126:2003 + AC 2004 Protective clothing - Performance requirements and tests methods for protective clothing against infective agents

This standard uses requirements from other chemical standards to set type tests to measure the overall imperviousness to gases, liquids (jet and spray), particulates and mists (Type 1 through Type 6)21. The most appropriate type is the Type 4 (high spray), followed by Type 6 (low spray), and by Type 5 covered respectively in EN 14605, EN 13034, EN ISO 13982 (EN 1073-2).

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