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    • Product no .: FSB-116
    • Product name: Infection protection gown - non-sterile protective gown (e.g. suitable for nursing staff and visitors)
    • Test Report:
      Type Examination Certificate IFA 2001099
    • Material: 100% polypropylene - spunbond with liquid impermeable LDPE (Low Density Polyenthylen) coating ( Material made in Germany , processed near Europe, none Far East , no Middle East )
    • Tested in accordance with the European standard:
      DIN EN 13034:2009
      and DIN EN 14126:2004
    • Colour: blue
    • Arm end: elastic band
    • Sizes: S, M, L, XL

  •                 Waist-hip width         Length
M                  135 cm                    127 cm
L                   140 cm                    127 cm
XL                 150 cm                    127 cm

Infektionsschutzkittel EN14126Infektionsschutzkittel EN14126

Price per piece

Quantity EX warehouse in Berlin plus transport costs
from 500 2,45 €
from 1.000 2,40 €
from 2.000 2,38 €
from 5.000 2,31 €
from 6.000 2,28 €
from 7.000 2,24 €
from 8.000 2,20 €
from 9.000 2,14 €
from 10.000 2,11 €
from 15.000 1,96 €
from 20.000 1,89 €
from 50.000 1,82 €
from 75.000 1,79 €
from 100.000 1,75 €


Protective Gown

Protective Gown
Infektionsschutzkittel EN14126 Schutzkittel


Test procedure

  • Testing according to DIN EN 14126
  • special: Abrasion resistance test method DIN EN 14325: 2018, section 4.4
  • special: tear resistance test method DIN EN 14325: 2018, section 4.7
  • special: tensile strength test method DIN EN 14325: 2018, section 4.9
  • Special puncture resistance test method DIN EN 14325: 2018, Section 4.10
  • special seam strength test method DIN EN 14325: 2018, section 5.5
  • special spray test (type 6) test method DIN EN 13034: 2009, section 5.2
  • especially repulsion and penetration (type 6), test method DIN EN 14325: 2018, section 4.12. and 4.13
  • The infection protection gown meets all the requirements of DIN standard DIN EN 13034: 2009

    Instructions for use

    Designation infection protection gown CE certification corresponds to EU regulation 2016/425: Personal protective equipment (PPE): chemical protection category III protective gown: type 6B-PB in accordance with European standards for protective clothing: - DIN EN 14126: 2004 - DIN EN 13034: 2009 The infection protection gown is a partial body protection of type PB , which has not been tested for the entire suit after the test (5.2). The conformity assessment was carried out by the certification body Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of the DGUV (IFA). Module C2, carried out by: Institute for Occupational Safety and Health of DGUV (IFA) CE0121. Read these instructions for use before use: Storage: Protect from UV rays. Between approx > -5 to < 25 ° Celsius. maximum: 5 years disposable gown, non-sterile, made of non-woven fabric with protection against biological hazardous substances, corresponds to the requirements according to DIN EN 14126: 2004 as well as the requirements of DIN EN 13034: 2009 Calf bearing smock with long sleeves that end with an elastic band. Ribbons to tie in the neck and waist area. Material 100% polypropylene - Spunbond With liquid impermeable LDPE (Low Density Polyethylene) coating Color blue Cuffs elastic band Size chart Size table Waist / Hips Length 140 cm M 135 cm 127 cm XL 150 cm 127 cm Area of ​​application: The protective gown is designed to protect parts of the body that are exposed to hazards. The wearer of the gown should be protected from dangerous substances and personal contamination. The gown can be used in combination with other personal protective equipment. (The wearer is responsible for ensuring that it is correctly combined with other equipment.). It is the responsibility of the wearer to estimate the maximum wearing time for the tasks to be carried out, taking into account the protective effect and wearing comfort.


    • Product no.: FSB-115
    • Product name: Disposable care protective gowns - non-sterile protective gowns (e.g. suitable for nursing staff and visitors)
    • Test Report: TÜV SÜD, SGS
    • Material: PP + PE (45g)
    • Checked according to ’ the European standard:
      EN ISO 13795-1: 2019
    • Color: blue, yellow
    • Größen
      S               110 * 130 cm (height * width)
      M               115 * 137cm (height * width)
      L               120 * 140cm (height * width)
      XL             125 * 145cm (height * width)
      XXL           130 * 150cm (height * width)
    Price per piece
    quantity ship express
    from 1.000 2,4931 € 3,9388 €
    from 2.500 2,0184 € 3,4024 €
    from 5.000 1,7605 € 3,3634 €
    from 7.500 1,6632 € 2,7260 €
    from 10.000 1,5855 € 2,6596 €
    from 25.000 1,4823 € 2,5846 €
    from 50.000 1,3878 € 2,5250 €
    from 75.000 1,3418 € 2,5184 €
    from 100.000 1,2779 € 2,4595 €

    Production time approx. 12 days, depending on the quantity,

    Delivery times Germany approx. 6 - 8 days,

    Austria + Switzerland approx. 12-14 days from the date of payment.

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    • Product no .: FSB-112
    • Product name: non-sterile protective gown
    • Material: PP + PE (35g)
    Price per piece
    quantity express


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    General information:

    Comparison of medical protective clothing


    The result of the comparison between China's mandatory national standard GB 19082-2009 for technical disposable protective clothing for medical purposes and the EU standard (EN 14126) is as follows. This result is summarized by the standards comparison materials prepared by the Standard Management Center for Medical Devices of the China Medical Device Department, the Science and Technology Development Department of the National Association of China Textile Industry, the National Technical Committee for the standardization of personal protective equipment and other relevant parties.

    For the area of ​​application:

    EN 14126 applies to reusable anti-virus clothing. GB 19082 applies to disposable medical protective clothing used by medical personnel who come into contact with potentially infectious blood, body fluids, secretions and airborne particles to provide a barrier and protection.

    For physical properties of substances:

    EN 14126 refers to EN 14325, Chemical protective clothing - Chemical protective clothing materials, seams, joints and the test method and properties classification of the components. According to EN 14325, protective clothing must the substance test procedures specified in the standard and the system for classifying the substance performance are tested and classified.

    GB 19082 specifies two indices such as elongation at break and breaking strength. Other indices such as wear resistance, flexural strength, flexural strength (-30 ℃) and crack are not specified.

    For barrier properties of fabrics:

    EN 14126 mainly refers to international standards such as ISO 16603, ISO 16604, ISO 26610, ISO 26611 and ISO 26612. The EU standard defines the classification requirements in five aspects, including antisynthetic blood penetration.

    Anti-Blood Pathogens (Phi-X174) Bacteriophage Contaminated Fluid Pressure, Penetration Test, Anti-Wet Microbe Penetration Test, Anti-Microbe Aerosol Test, and Anti-Dry Microbe Test.

    GB 19082 mainly specifies the requirements of the water resistance test, the water test, the particle filtration efficiency and the moisture permeability.

    For the overall performance of the clothing:

    EN 14126 mainly specifies three indicators, namely the overall test of clothing performance, joint strength and skin irritation. The overall performance of the clothing is related to relevant international standards and EU standards such as EN466. They are divided into protective suits against liquid aerosol and solid particles, liquid-tight protective suits (type 3), splash-proof protective suits (type 4), protective suits against solid particles (type 5) and protective suits ; against easy splashing of chemical liquids (type 6).

    GB 19082 specifies six indicators including microbial indicator requirements, sterilization requirements, ethylene oxide residues, antistatic properties, electrostatic attenuation, and skin irritation.

    Comparison of the most important technical requirements from EN 14126: 2003 and GB 19082-2009

    Standard number

    GB 19082-2009

    EN 14126: 2003

    Standard name

    Technical requirement for disposable protective clothing for medical purposes

    Protective clothing - Antivirus clothing performance, requirements and testing methods


    The standard standardizes the requirements for

    Disposable protective clothing for medical purposes. This standard applies to medical disposable protective clothing for medical personnel who come into contact with potentially infectious blood, body fluids, secretions and particles from the air, provide a barrier and protection.
    Applications: medical Disposable protective clothing

    The standard standardizes the requirements and test methods for reusable, limited-use anti-virus protective clothing. The standard does not apply to protective clothing worn by first-class surgical personnel or to surgical instructions that are placed on the patient's body to prevent cross-contamination during the surgical procedure.
    Applications: protective clothing against infectious substances

    Technical terms

    Index requirements

    Test Methods

    Index requirements

    Test Methods

    Physical properties of the fabric

    Abrasion resistance



    Mechanical and flammability requirements: The materials are in accordance with to review and classify the testing methods and performance classification system that are required according to; are standardized in accordance with the relevant provisions of Pr EN 14325.

    Bending resistance



    Bending resistance at - 30 ℃ (optional)



    Tear strength



    Stretching during the break

    Key parts should not be less than 15%

    GB / T 3923.1-1997

    Breaking strength

    Key parts should not be smaller than 45N

    GB / T 3923.1-1997

    Barrier fabric test


    The hydrostatic pressure of the key parts should be ≥ its 1.67 kpa

    GB / T 4744-1997


    Water test

    ≥ Level 3

    GBT 4745-1997


    Efficiency of particle filtration

    Nacl's filtration efficiency on critical parts and connections should not be less than 70%

    Article 5.7 of GB 19082-2009


    Moisture transfer

    ≥ 2500 g / (m 2 · D)


    Method A of GB / T 12704-1991


    Resistance to Synthetic Blood Penetration

    Level 1 (0 kPa)

    Level 2 (1,75 kPa)

    Level 3 (3,5 kPa)

    Level 4 (7 kPa)

    Level 5 (14 kPa)

    Level 6 (20 kPa)

    Should not be ≤ level 2

    Appendix A to GB 19082-2009

    Level 1 (0 kPa)

    Level 2 (1.75 kPa)

    Level 3 (3.5 kPa)

    Level 4 (7 kPa)

    Level 5 (14 kPa)

    Level 6 (20 kPa)

    Classification according to actual test results.

    ISO 16603

    Pressure penetration test of contaminated liquid against blood-borne pathogens (Phi-x174)



    Level 1 (0 kPa)

    Level 2 (1,75 kPa)

    Level 3 (3,5 kPa)

    Level 4 (7 kPa)

    Level 5 (14 kPa)

    Level 6 (20 kPa)

    Classification according to actual test results..

    ISO 16604

    Resistance to ingress of moisture microbes



    Level 1 (≤15min)

    Level 2 (15 <t ≤ 30 min)

    Level 3 (30 <t ≤ 45 min)

    Level 4 (45 <t ≤ 60 min)

    ISO 26610





    Level 5 (60 <t ≤ 75 min)

    Level 6 (t> 75 min)

    T is the breakthrough time


    Antimicrobial aerosol test



    Level 1 (1 <log ≤ 3)

    Level 2 (3 <log ≤ 5)

    Stufe 3 (log> 5)

    Log ist Penetration

    ISO 26611

    Anti-dry microbe test



    Level 1 (2 <log cfu ≤3)

    Level 2 (1 <log cfu ≤2)

    Level 3 (log cfu ≤1)

    Log cfu is the penetration index

    ISO 26612

    Overall clothing

    Overall clothing performance test



    Specific requirements refer to other EN standards:

    — — Type 1 EN 943-1 (EN943-2 for "airtight" chemical protective clothing of the emergency team (ET))

    —— Type 3 EN 466

    —— Type 4 EN 465

    —— Type 5 ISO 13982-1

    —— Type 6 EN 13034

    —— Teilkörperschutz EN 467

    Seam thickness



    EN 14325

    Microbiological index requirements

    There are requirements for bacterial colony detection

    Appendix B to GB 15979-2002


    Sterilization requirements

    Sterilized and not sterilized.

    If sterilized, the word "sterile" must be marked on the packaging



    residual value

    Should not exceed

    Article 5.13 of



    ethylene oxide

    10 μ g / g



    Skin irritation

    The primary stimulus point should not exceed 1

    Article 5.11 of GB19082-2009

    Article 4.3 of EN14126 stipulates that the materials and designs used must not have any skin irritation or health effects.

    Antistatic properties

    The electrical size of the clothing should not exceed 0.6uC

    Article 7.2 of

    GB / T 12703-1991


    Static decay

    The static cooldown time of the protective clothing should not exceed 0.5s.

    Article 5.10 of GB19082-2009


    Note: The comparison provided is only technical information based on a text comparison and cannot be used as a legal basis for the foreign party to select Chinese products.

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