comfortable in wear
High-quality lab coats are made of soft fabric. They are durable and functional that protect you in work environments.
- Lapel collar, snap front closure or with polyester buttons w/ or w/o knit cuffs
65% Polyester/35% Cotton
55% Cotton/45% Polyester Fabric
- Fabric weight: 180-280 gsm
- Colors: White and colors
- Size: XS-5XL
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Are Lab Coats White?
The white lab coat is a quintessential element of any medical or scientific setting. It’s universally recognized as a symbol of scientific rigor across professions around the globe.
It is absolutely necessary that protective clothing be easy to clean and keep clean. Lab coats serve as a sort of armor that shields the wearer from harmful chemicals, bacteria, and everything else on the other side of the fabric, and the color helps to keep this armor in the best condition to protect the wearer.
Before lab coats became popular in their contemporary white, they were commonly beige. Dying fabric any color is more expensive, so this latest shift was likely due to simple cost.
Special Occupation Symbolication
When we see a white lab coat, we might think of a status symbol like a doctor, a student, or any type of scientist.
What Is the Difference Between a Lab Coat and a Doctor Coat?
Both lab coats and doctor coats are usually made of the same textile.
The whole aim of a coat is to stop hazardous materials from touching the person. The difference between lab coats and doctor coats is the special functional design. For example, the types and positions of pockets, the material functions against various hazards, etc. Basically, there is no difference at the base level.
Who Should Wear a Lab Coat?
- Scientists and Research Scientists
- Medical Practitioners:
- Lab Technicians
- Electronic Technicians
- Other health care professionals
Can Medtecs Make a Customized Version?
If you have any request for products, please feel free to contact our service team to get more information.