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Personal ,protective, equipment for Ebola. Due to the urgency of the Ebola outbreak and the WHO’s scale up of international response in west Africa, WHO is providing technical information on appropriate available essential ,medical, devices which are indispensable for treatment centres, community-based units and other preventive activities, in affected and neighbouring countries.
Cut Resistant ,Gloves, are ,Gloves, that are resistant to cuts, punctures, abrasion and tears. The Cut Rating of a ,glove, determines how resistant to cuts the ,gloves, are. In Australia and New Zealand we use the AS/NZS 2161 ,Glove, Standards which are replicated from the EN388 Standard.
For ,gloves, of materials other than leather the material must have a pH value of between 3.5 and 9.5, thus excluding extremes of acidity and alkalinity. For ,gloves, made from a number of layers then layers must be assessed. Chromium VI content. The test for the determination of Chromium VI content (EN 420, 4.3.3) is applicable to leather ,gloves, only.
Guide to EN ,Glove, Standards 23 Jun 2016 Understanding EN ,Glove, Standards. The ,International, Organization for Standardization (ISO) and Australian/New Zealand Standards (AS/NZS) help classify specific product attributes and communicate the quality …
The tariff ,classification, of a ,disposable glove, from China. 02/13/2003: NY J81142 ,Classification, 4015.19.1050: The tariff ,classification, of ,gloves, from France. 10/18/2002: NY I87230 ,Classification, 4015.19.1050 4014.90.5000 6116.10.6500: The tariff ,classification, of ,gloves, and a ,disposable, finger cot from China. 01/31/2002: NY H87143 ...
China's ,protective clothing classification, standard is the People's Republic of China pharmaceutical industry standard YY/T 1499-2016 "liquid barrier performance and ,classification of medical protective clothing,", which divides ,medical protective clothing, into 4 levels in total, the higher the level, the better the ,protective, performance .
VISUN ,MEDICAL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING, is designed for protection against hazardous substances and contamination of both product and personnel. They are widely used by ,medical, care personnel (doctors, nurses, public health personnel, cleaning personnel, etc.) and people entering specific ,medical, and health areas (such as patients, hospital visitors, personnel entering infected areas, etc.).
Personal ,protective, equipment (PPE) refers to specialized garments or accessories such as ,clothing,, helmets, gloves and so forth that fulfil a ,protective, function against various hazards, mechanical or chemical, when worn by workers. Fit and comfort are essential when choosing a PPE since it will impact the ,protective, performance as well as the mobility of the wearer who may expose himself to ...
In most jurisdictions, the products for which ,trademarks, are registered are categorized using the 45 product classes of the ,International Classification, of Goods and Services under the Nice Agreement.Classes 1 to 34 are used for goods and classes 35 to 45 for services.
International, Class 021 - Household or kitchen utensils and containers (not of precious metal or coated therewith); combs and sponges; brushes (except paint brushes); brush-making materials; articles for cleaning purposes; steelwool; unworked or semi-worked glass (except glass used in building); glassware, porcelain and earthenware not included in other classes.