Thermometer Head Guns
PPE 1: Coverall 40g PP+PE
PPE 2: Coverall 60g PP+PE
Face shields are used to prevent the spread of the Corona Virus through infected splashes, droplets and sprays from person to person.
Face shields are re-usable, easy to clean/disinfect, allows for visibility of the face while protecting against the spread of germs, not as easy to remove from the face when speaking (compared to masks).
Eye protection goggles provides a barrier to infectious materials entering the eye and is often used in conjunction with other personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves, gowns, masks or respirators.
Appropriately fitted, indirectly-vented goggles* with a manufacturer’s anti-fog coating provide the most reliable practical eye protection from splashes, sprays, and respiratory droplets.
Eye protection should be removed by handling only the portion of this equipment that secures the device to the head (i.e., plastic temples, elasticized band, ties), as this is considered relatively “clean”.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) helps prevent the spread of germs in the hospital. This can protect people and health care workers from infections. All hospital staff, patients, and visitors should use PPE when there will be contact with blood or other bodily fluids.
PPE includes medical gloves, masks, face shields, respirators, goggles, coveralls, and safety shoes. This gear can be used as a barrier against infectious droplets entering your nose, mouth, and eyes.
Isolation gowns are generally the preferred PPE for clothing but aprons occasionally are used where limited contamination is anticipated. If contamination of the arms can be anticipated, a gown should be selected. Gowns should fully cover the torso, fit comfortably over the body, and have long sleeves that fit snuggly at the wrist.
One-piece 30mg CPE isolation gown. Gown fabric is fluid resistant, thin for breathability, and durable to allow for once-off protection. Coverall includes a tie at the back of the gown to create a secure and individual fit for each user.
Made from non-woven fabric.
Dust-proof, waterproof, and prevent the spread of bacteria
Excellent breathability with a sense of comfort when worn for long periods of time to enhance productivity.
PPE is not a protection against mineral acids and solvents.
Material of PPE 2 will melt at 90°C – Avoid usage of PPE near heat substances or flames.
Exposure level (as defined by CE approval), Type 5B and 6B, Maintenance applications, Clean room applications.
Left: Amadex Latex Natural Rubber Gloves, Right: Amadex Nitrile Power Free Examination Gloves
Medical gloves form part of the personal protective equipment that are used during medical procedures and examinations to ensure that the spreading of germs and infections do not occur between medical practitioners and patients. Medical gloves should not be re-used in health-care settings; therefore, they are disposable. Nitrile powder-free gloves have a longer shelf life and are three times more resilient to rips and tears than latex gloves.
Amadex Latex Natural Rubber Gloves- Latex gloves are the most elastic, durable, and fitting type of glove material.
Amadex Nitrile Power Free Exmanination Gloves – Nitrile – made from a synthetic material called nitrile butadiene rubber – making them an alternative for people with latex allergies and are resistant to many chemicals, they are puncture-resistant.
HOW TO REMOVE GLOVES
Medical Infrared Thermometer – designed to accurately measure body or forehead temperature while eliminating contact from one person to another. The Infrared temperature detector is useful to provide fast and highly accurate results amongst an array of people.