Reusable Surgical Caps

Reusable Surgical Caps

November 2 2020
We know that, just like a professional athlete, frontline workers need a product that provides h...
Reusable Isolation & Surgical Gowns Comparison

Reusable Isolation & Surgical Gowns Comparison

September 22 2020
We know that, just like a professional athlete, frontline workers need a product that provides high performance protection and eliminates any friction between them and the task at hand. So what is the difference between our Standard Velcro Gown and our Patented Pull-Cord Gown? Click here to learn more!
Washing AAMI Level 2 Gowns

Washing AAMI Level 2 Gowns

August 5 2020

Now that you have gone reusable, how do you wash your AAMI Level 2 gown? Learn a step-by-step procedure on how to launder your reusable gown. Wash chemistry should be equivalent to the typical soiling and staining common to the individual user. Some special treatments may be required from time to time. The following information is intended to serve as a starting point for washing your reusable PPE garment. 

Advantages of Reusable Garments

Advantages of Reusable Garments

July 20 2020
The future is not disposable! Reusable gowns are both an environmentally friendly and cost-effective option. Reusable gowns can reduce medical waste as much as 80 percent. Additionally, our manufacturing operations run on over 90 percent solar energy, a renewable resource that helps reduce our carbon footprint.
Reusable Gowns Donning & Doffing Procedure

Reusable Gowns Donning & Doffing Procedure

July 14 2020
Reusable Gowns Donning & Doffing Procedure. Donning and doffing is the practice of employees putting on and removing protective gear. Donning refers to putting on equipment, while doffing means removing them.
AAMI Gown Levels Guide

AAMI Gown Levels Guide

July 14 2020
Determining AAMI levels includes four standard tests to evaluate the barrier effectiveness of surgical and isolation gowns. These standard tests determine liquid barrier performance and classification of protective apparel intended for use in health care facilities. Based on the results of these standardized tests, four levels of barrier performance are determined, with Level 1 being the lowest level of protection, and Level 4 being the highest level of protection.