Disposable Non Woven Astrouant Cap Pirate Cap Space Hat
Product Name: Disposable Nonwoven PP Astronaut Cap / Pirate Cap / Space Hat For Food Industry or Hospital
Color: White, Blue, Green, Yellow, Pink
Material: 15gsm PP
Style: Full protective
Packing: 1. Regular Packing : 100pcs/bag, 20bags/ctn
1. Pirate Cap Space Hat For Food
2. Used in industrial.
3. It can be extend and shrink.Easy folded style offers you cost-saving.
4. Excellent quality with CE, ISO9001 certificates
5. Various size and colors are available
6. Soft,thermally bonded polypropylene with welded elastic around the edge
7. Single/Double elastic band
8. Breathable nonwoven fabric assure long-wearing comfortable
9. Customers’ logos can be printed on
Application field Hospital, Hotel, Dustproof Place, Cleanning Room, Beauty Salon, Food/Electronic, etc..
Certificate CE,ISO, FDA
PP Astronaut Cap/Pirate Cap/Space Hat:Can be used in hospital,Laboratory,Food industry,electronic manufactures,any where need protective.Can be used as a visit protective.Economical and disposable.Accord with the hygienic standard.
Medical Disposable Nonwoven Space Cap, Surgical Hood, Astronauts Cap is a new style Disposable Cap, very suitable for food processing. To provide full protection.
Mob Cap History
A mob cap or mob-cap is a round, gathered or pleated cloth (usually linen) bonnet consisting of a caul to cover the hair, a frilled or ruffled brim, and (often) a ribbon band, worn by married women in the Georgian period, when it was called a “bonnet”. These caps were always gathered to a flat, often curved, brim. The caul had a flat bottom and curved top. The bottom was typically gathered to fit the back neck with a drawstring, while the curved sides and top were tightly gathered and stitched to the brim, which typically had some curves, too. Originally an informal style, the bonnet became a high-fashion item as part of the adoption of simple “country” clothing in the later 18th century. It was an indoor fashion, and was worn under a hat for outdoor wear. During the French Revolution, the name “mob cap” caught on because the poorer women who were involved in the riots wore them, but they had been in style for middle class and even aristocracy since the century began.
The one piece, ruffled, gathered circle “mob cap” often seen worn with historical costumes is a simplified, modern interpretation, rather than a copy of a period cap.
By the Victorian period, mob caps lingered as the head covering of servants and nurses, and small mob caps, not covering the hair, remained part of these uniforms into the early 20th century.
Modern versions of mob caps are still worn in the pharmaceutical industry, in cleanrooms, and in other sectors where the hair has to be contained. These mob caps are usually a simple circle shape with an elastic band and may be made of disposable materials such as spunbound polypropylene or of nylon netting.