SMS - 3CL331

Polyfilm - 3CL332

Spunbond - 3CL333

Specially Designed to Protect the Wearer from Covid-19 influenza

Aavvie® Healthwear™ CoverallWith Tri-Layer Protection is a safe way to protect you from pathogens, Used in Labs, Hospitals to treat Patients with highly transmissible diseases
  1. Spunbound-Meltblown-Spunbound (SMS)
  2. Microporous Film Laminate (MPFL)
  3. Polypropylene (PP)
  4. Polyethylene (Plastic)

Also available in a Complete Protection PPE kit that covers the whole body.

The product is manufactured keeping the following things in consideration

  • The product Should not negatively impact the health or hygiene of the person wearing it
  • Accommodates the movement and positioning of the wearer so that no part of the body is exposed to potential hazards during use
  • Is comfortable to wear

Quality Standards:

Coveralls are tested according to AS/NZS4501.2 (EN ISO 13688) standard

This standard specifies the performance requirements of protective clothing across various factors including ergonomics, innocuousness, size designation, ageing, compatibility and marking of protective clothing.

Coveralls are also tested according to EN14126 standard

The standard which determines the performance requirements of protective clothing against infective agents. This standard focuses on the medium containing the bacteria or other infective agents, such as a liquid, aerosol or solid particulate and does not define performance requirements for specific infective agents. The standard consists of five tests which are conducted against fabrics only, and not the completed garment. This needs to be considered when selecting appropriate protective clothing for the workplace as hazards may be small enough to enter the suit through the opening of sewn seams

ISO 16603 : Resistance to penetration by blood and bodily fluid using synthetic blood. This is a screening test that determines what pressure the ISSO 16604 should be conducted under.

ISO 16604 : Resistance penetration by blood-borne pathogens using a bacteriophage

EN ISO 22610 : Resistance to wet microbial penetration by biologically contaminated liquid

ISO/DIS 22611 : Resistance to liquid aerosol penetration by biologically contaminated liquid aerosols

ISO 22612 : Resistance to penetration by biologically contaminated dry, solid particles

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All Products and Packs are customized according to Hospital requirements.

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What areas are included in the critical zone?

AAMI standards require a surgical gown to pass ASTM International F1671 in the critical zones in order to be labeled an AAMI level 4 surgical gown. What areas are included in the critical zone? There are typically four different areas that must pass within the critical zones, including two in the front chest and two on the sleeves. If a product passes ASTM InternationalF1671 in all applicable areas, then it qualifies as an AAMI level 4 surgical gown.