When cloth garments are not enough. Creating a sterile environment in hospitals is extremely important. The protective garments that hospital employees wear need to provide an effective barrier against bacteria and viruses and a wide range of fluids.
The number one reason for failure of protective garments in hospitals is cracking and breakdown due to exposure to acids, chemicals, laundering, harsh sanitation products, and hot water. Our premiere line of products is made from a special formulation of pure polyether polyurethane (PU), simply because PU stands up extremely well against all of these. This is where TOP DOG’s sleeves, aprons, and other garments outshine the competition. You can rely on the following product features:
- Highly chemical and acid resistant
- Great at room temperature and in cooler temperatures; no stiffening or cracking
- Virtually nothing sticks to it
- Anti-microbial surface – will not host bacteria or mould
- Washer and dryer safe
If your protective garments are not made from pure polyether polyurethane or contain plasticizers to soften garment material, you can expect premature failure.