High Class Waterproof Breathable

Disposable Chemo Gowns with Tape

Pass ASTM F739-12 standard

Product ID: IL-4036YKTP

  • Isolation Gown designed for Chemo Therapy Situation.
  • PPSB Coated PE materials provide excellent protection from liquid borne microbes
  • Heat-sealed seams with tape design provide high performance on hydrostatic pressure and fluids impact
  • Tie at the neck and waist for secure protection
  • Pass ASTM F739-12 standard

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Chemo Gown Product Information

  • Material: 55% PP / 45% PE
  • Fabric weight: 36gsm
  • Style: IL 4063WKTP
  • Color: White
  • Size: Free size
  • Packing: 100pcs/ carton (50x32x45 cm)
  • NW: 16kgs, GW:17kgs

ASTM F739-12 Chemo Gown Product FAQ

Product Description

The material used in these gowns has been tested against the following chemotherapy drugs per ASTM F739-12 and no breakthrough was observed during test duration of 480 minutes based on average standardized breakthrough time:

  • Carmustine
  • Cisplatin
  • Cyclophosphamide
  • Dacarbazine
  • Doxorubicin Hydrochloride
  • Etoposide
  • Fluorouracil
  • Mitomycin C
  • Paclitaxel
  • Thiotepa
  • Vincristine Sulfate

OSHA Technical Manual, Section VI: Chapter 2
Guidelines on Handling Dangerous Drugs – ASHP
ONS Chemotherapy and Biotherapy Guidelines and Recommendations for Practice (3rd ed., 2009)

What is ASTM F739-12 Standard?  

The ASTM F739-12 standard, published by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), describes the properties and test methods for the passage of liquids and gases through protective clothing materials under continuous contact conditions. The full name of this standard is as follows:

ASTM F739-12 Standard test method for the permeability of liquids and gases through protective clothing materials under continuous contact conditions.

ASTM F739-12 Standard Test Method for Permeability of Liquids and Gases Through Protective Clothing Materials Under Continuous Contact Conditions

The test method presented in this standard is designed to be used when the test chemical is a gas or liquid and that liquid is volatile or soluble in water, or another liquid that does not interact with the garment material. The chemical gas or liquid described herein is a chemical gas or liquid with a vapor pressure higher than 25 mm mercury at 1 degrees. One millimeter of mercury is the extra pressure created by a one-millimeter-high column of mercury.

This standard does not take into account safety concerns for use. It is the responsibility of the enterprise implementing this standard to establish appropriate safety, health and environmental practices and to comply with the limits imposed by legal regulations before use.

This test method is normally used to evaluate finished pieces of protective clothing or materials to be used for this purpose. By means of completed protective clothing parts, gloves, arm sleeves, aprons, clothes, hats, boots, respirators and similar parts are expressed. These materials are evaluated in terms of permeability detection time, standard transition time, permeability rate and cumulative permeability values. These data are used for the comparison of clothing materials in the process of clothing selection to protect against hazardous chemicals. Long detection times, low cumulative permeation and low permeation rates are the main features sought.

The test method included in the ASTM F739-12 standard is also part of the ISO 6529 standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

What is the main differences between isolation gown and coverall?

During the current COVID-19 era, medical practitioners put on protective attires during the medical assessment, prompt diagnostic tests, and safety screening. Selecting the applicable and quality of personal protective clothing is a significant move.

Isolation gown & coverall are typically worn in the medical sector as effective protective apparel to prevent microbes and germs from spreading in quarantine facilities. 

Medical gowns offer limited coverage where the mid-calf and your back are left open. Gowns are tailored to stop any contamination on the front side only and covers from neck to knee—the backside openings aid in enhancing your comfort. Abdomen ties are added features in your attire and should be tied well to avoid additional hazards.

Coveralls are customized to provide full-body coverage, with some covering even your feet. The attire protects not only your body but also the clothes you are wearing from surrounding exposures. Moreover, these coveralls protect your workstation from contagions.

Coveralls are tailored to protect the whole body, making them ideal for frontline medical practitioners who receive patients with transmissible microbes like COVID-19. Moreover, coveralls joints and closures are vital as they enhance your attire effectiveness and toughness.

Tape gowns VS Non-tape gowns

The tape around the suite could provide more protection from Resistant fluid leaks. Provides users with more protection.

If you have any request for products, please feel free to contact our service team to get more information.

Storage and Disposal of Isolation Gown

CoverU gowns can be stored under normal ambient storage conditions, dry and clean, dust-protected, in the original cardboard box.  Uncontaminated CoverU gonscan be incinerated or buried in controlled landfills without harming the environment. Disposal of contaminated garments is regulated by country of local laws.

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