Fullset is committed to:
Our products are made from quality non-woven fabrics in accordance with the European EN 13795 standards and AAMI. They act as barriers between sterile and non-sterile areas – minimising the risk of hospital acquired (Nosocomial) infections.
Our Disposable Surgical Drapes and Gowns are designed to prevent infection spread between patients and health care personnel. Specially in situations where exposure to blood and other bodily fluids occur.
Fullset products are:
DISPOSABLE SURGICAL DRAPE FEATURES
Our Disposable Surgical Drapes use 2 and 3 layer systems.
Our Surgical Gowns use SMS (Spunbond-Meltblown-Spunbond).
A liquid collection pouch is added to the set where necessary. The pouch is:
Nonwoven fabric is a fabric-like material made from long fibers bonded together by chemical, mechanical, heat, or solvent treatment. They are neither woven nor knitted. They do not require converting the fibers to yarn. Where necessary, the nonwoven fabric can be treated with additional materials like plastic films for further reinforcement. This creates a spectrum of products with diverse properties.
A nonwoven fabric can mimic the appearance, texture and strength of a woven fabric.
Nonwoven fabrics are engineered fabrics that are very durable and can provide specific functions such as:
Spunsuper Triplex fabrics are used for disposable drapes. They are composed of hydrophilic Spunbond nonwovens with high level barrier films. It is manufactured in 3 layers. Their high absorbency provides protection by absorbing the liquid very quickly, holding it on the barrier layer.
Spunsuper Biflex fabrics are used for disposable drapes. They are composed of hydrophilic Spunbond nonwovens with high level barrier films. It is manufactured in 2 layers. They have an outstanding high absorbency, two times faster absorption than standard products.
SMS is the abbreviation of “Spunbond-Meltblown-Spunbond”. It is made by combining two layers of Spunbond with one layer Meltblown nonwovens inside. This creates a strong layered product.
If combined with two layers Meltblown nonwoven, it’s called SMMS nonwoven fabric. In the same way, it’s called SMMMS nonwoven fabric when combined with three layers Meltblown nonwoven inside.