Content1. What are shoe covers?
1.1 Feature of shoe covers2. Type of shoe covers
2.1 Shoe cover3. Shoe covers in the laboratory
3.1 Importance of disposable shoe covers in clean room laboratories4. Use of shoe covers
4.1 Precautions for wearing anti-static shoe covers5. How to buy shoe covers?
What are shoe covers?
Disposable shoe covers
save the trouble of taking off shoes for visiting guests and achieve the purpose of an unpolluted environment.Shoe covers
are widely used in electronics, the chemical industry, clean rooms, clean rooms, and other demanding environments. Common disposable shoe covers are non-woven shoe covers, CPE shoe covers, and plastic shoe covers. The function has its own characteristics, there are anti-slip shoe covers, rainproof shoe covers, anti-static shoe covers, etc.Non-woven shoe covers
, the newest environmentally friendly materials, non-woven shoe covers are favored by customers, non-woven shoe covers itself has the function of anti-static, non-woven printing shoe covers, but also anti-slip, practical, beautiful, and generous, and can be printed with the company logo, to achieve a good publicity effect.
For plastic shoe covers
, the production process is simple, and the demand is also very large, mostly used in food processing, or general protection environment.
The most outstanding feature of disposable shoe covers
is that they are easy to use and have a wide range of applications. The different materials and corresponding functions can be anti-slip, anti-static, and dustproof. And the price is much cheaper compared to non-disposable shoe covers, and handling is also convenient, especially non-woven shoe covers, which can be naturally degradable.
|Color||Blue, green, etc.
(Colors can be made according to customer requirements)
|Feature||Highly elastic rubber band, making shoe covers more comfortable to wear, sterilized, anti-slip, anti-static.
|Specifications||10pcs/roll, 10 rolls/pack, 20 packs/box, 2000pcs per box
Feature of shoe covers
Anti-static shoe covers have a better anti-static, dustproof effect, anti-static indicators to 10 of 6 to 10 of 9, friction voltage can be controlled within 100 volts, can prevent human electrostatic damage to ESD sensitive devices and prevent micro-dust from the sole part of the shoe to escape pollution clean workshop.
Type of shoe covers
A. Cloth shoe cover
Cloth shoe cover usually consists of a non-slip sole with fine grain particles, reliable quality, can be worn repeatedly, and can be machine washed. Classic violet color upper, beautiful and generous, made of pure cotton fabric. Can provide a variety of cloth shoe covers style, such as special requirements that can also be professionally customized.
B. Anti-slip shoe cover
Anti-slip shoe cover is a new product. It uses all-natural rubber to add new wear-resistant non-slip materials, combined with rain rubber shoes and - secondary plastic shoe covers designed to function. This kind of shoe cover is lighter and more convenient than rain rubber shoes. In the rain and snow, this kind of shoe covers outside the shoes, without changing shoes, it can achieve the purpose of waterproof, mud-proof, protective shoes. The disposable plastic shoe covers are wearable, recyclable, biodegradable, and reusable, replacing the impact of disposable shoe covers on the environment, and can be worn indoors and outdoors.
C. Anti-static shoe covers
The material of the anti-static shoe cover is usually 5mm striped or grid anti-static fabric, the color of the fabric is white, blue, navy, pink, etc. The bottom of the shoe cover is added with green anti-static PVC material, which is wearable and can achieve anti-slip, anti-static, and other functions, when wearing insulated wool socks and insulated insoles, the shoe cover can add conductive wire when wearing the conductive wire into the wool socks and the body Close contact to achieve a better anti-static effect, can be washed and used repeatedly. More economical and practical than the one-time use of shoe covers. Suitable for highly clean and dust-free environments, this product can be adapted to 10~10000 level dust-free environments.
Shoe covers in the laboratory
Importance of disposable shoe covers in clean room laboratories
Cleanrooms handle very precise and important testing procedures that require the highest degree of effort in sanitation procedures and quality laboratory practices. Clean rooms are designed to control the amount of particulate matter in the air in the area. They use filters to collect contaminants from the air and do not circulate the air back into the room. Analysts working in cleanrooms must take many precautions to prevent the entry of harmful contaminants, including wearing protective gear.
What is a cleanroom?
Cleanrooms are highly controlled laboratory environments that provide a limited amount of hazardous contaminants in the workspace. A work environment with controlled air contaminants is critical to many laboratory practices. Airborne particles can contaminate and affect the quality of data results or sensitive manufactured products. When using these sensitive methods, it is important to take all protective precautions to ensure the integrity of data and products.
Different types of cleanrooms
There are different classifications of clean rooms. These classifications are differentiated by the number and size of suspended particles per cubic meter of air in the room. Some classifications can operate under more lenient requirements, while others must have strict control policies.
Clean rooms can operate in the range of ISO 1 through ISO 9. ISO 1 signifies a very clean room, while at the other end of the spectrum, ISO 9 is considered satisfactorily clean. ISO 1 has the most stringent requirements for particle size and concentration. In an ISO 1 clean room, no particle can be larger than 5.0µm and particles can be measured with accuracy as low as 0.2µm. ISO 9 clean rooms still have some regulatory requirements, but it is classified as normal room air.
The type of manufacturing required for the product determines the required cleanliness.
ISO 8 is the basic cleanroom requirement
ISO 5 is the minimum requirement for the pharmaceutical industry
ISO 1-4 is the highest and most stringent classification
ISO, the International Standards Organization, lists all procedures, methods and requirements for each cleanroom class. Be sure to review your ISO standards to ensure compliance.
Shoe covers are critical when keeping clean rooms clean. If employees are not properly equipped, they may contribute large amounts of particles to the room. Fabric and debris particles may move from their shoes into the air, or they may carry bacteria that could negatively affect the tests performed in the lab.
Shoe covers are required for all the different classes of cleanrooms!
Certain classes of cleanrooms require basic shoe covers, including ISO 6, ISO 7, and ISO 8. Higher-class cleanrooms require you to use boot covers, which provide much greater coverage than standard shoe covers. Check your ISO classification, as each category has different PPE requirements, to make sure you are in compliance.
Shoe covers fit exactly the shoes you are wearing. The elasticity of the top ensures that they stay in place on your shoes. They are made of durable materials such as polyurethane, plastic, latex, or a combination of these components, which makes them durable and tear-resistant. They are waterproof, keeping all dust and debris inside so they won't contaminate your workspace.
Disposable shoe covers
Disposable shoe covers play an important role in running cost-effective, hygienic, and safe cleanrooms. Disposable shoe covers are essential.
By keeping disposable shoe covers, employees can follow standard procedures to put on new covers before entering the clean space. They can then dispose of those shoe covers as they leave the clean room. This is an easy-to-implement procedure that ensures that employees' shoes are not contaminated when they enter the lab.
Disposable shoe covers are cost-effective because they can be purchased in bulk. In addition, no time or materials are required to ensure proper disinfection with reusable shoe covers. Higher-level cleanrooms require clothing to be disposable to reduce the risk of contamination.
Shoe covers can be purchased with or without non-slip tread. The non-slip tread is an important safety item for lab employees because it helps prevent dangerous falls.
Use of shoe covers
a. Disposable shoe covers should have good water resistance and be used on a one-time basis.
b. Shoe covers should be worn when entering a contaminated area from a potentially contaminated area and when entering a negative pressure ward from a buffer room.
c. Disposable shoe covers should be worn within the defined area and removed promptly when leaving the area. They should be replaced promptly if they are found to be damaged.
Precautions for wearing anti-static shoe covers
a. When wearing anti-static shoe covers, you cannot wear insulated woolen thick socks or insulated insoles at the same time. It is prohibited to use when insulated shoes.
b. To use anti-static cloth shoe covers on the anti-static ground to achieve a good effect.
c. Anti-static shoe covers should be used in conjunction with anti-static clothing, but also pay attention to cleaning.
d. Anti-static shoe covers may not be in direct contact with the skin and grounding is not as effective as anti-static shoes, and is only recommended for visitors and other personnel who do not need to contact ESD-sensitive components. If you need to contact ESD-sensitive components then you need to wear anti-static bracelets.
e. Applicable to prevent the human body from static electricity and may cause combustion, explosion, and all the existence of static electricity hazards of the place.
How to buy shoe covers?
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