Disposable shoe covers are PPE or personal protective equipment. The World Health Organization states that the use of personal protective equipment provides a physical barrier between the microorganisms and the wearer. It provides protection by helping to prevent microbial contamination of hands, eyes, clothing, hair and shoes. PPE also helps prevent the spread of microbes to other patients and staff. It is important to remember that personal protective equipment is reduced, but the risk of infection cannot be completely eliminated.
In the World Health Organization publication “Practical Guide to Infection Control in Health Care Facilities”, a disposable shoe cover should be worn once the patient’s blood, body fluids, secretions or excretions may spill, spill or leak into the hair. Or shoes. Disposable shoe covers should not be reused and should be disposed of in accordance with the medical institution’s agreement.
When choosing a disposable shoe cover, you need to consider the material, seam type and application. When choosing a disposable shoe cover, there are a variety of materials to choose from, including all film CPE (chlorinated polyethylene)
Material properties and applications
CPE shoe covers are heat sealed, seamlessly joined, provide excellent water resistance and provide good dry surface traction. These non-particulate, non-conductive disposable shoe covers are ideal for critical environments by reducing the likelihood of contamination when entering the work area.
The shoe cover has excellent slip resistance and is the best material for wet and dry conditions. These disposable shoe covers have an ultra-low particle count and exhibit excellent slip resistance without adding any additional material to the sole that may increase contamination problems.
The anti-slip performance provides amazing sliding and fall protection without any additional coating. These trunk lids provide users with a breathable and comfortable PPE solution. CPE full movie shoe cover
When the threads interlock around the edges of the material, a serrated seam is created, creating a strong stress resistant seam.
When ultrasonic welding is incompatible with the material of the shoe or boot, the heat seal seam is strong and forms a watertight seam.
Ultrasonic welded joints have no threaded holes and are welded together to form a high quality particle and fluid barrier.
The tunnel-type elastic seam design provides a secure closure for the shoe or boot, helping to limit particle and fluid contamination.