Personal Protective Equipment

Wujiang TTK®
Co., Ltd.

Wujiang TTK@ Textile&Finishing Co., Ltd is professional China Surgical Gown Manufacturers and surgical clothes factory, passing ISO9001:200 quality management system certified by SGS. The company has greige fabric weaving factory, coating factory, lamination and bonding factory, transfer coating and tractor roller coating high-end membrane factory and printing factory subordinated to it.The company also has its own Trade Dept.

  • Our professional Custom Surgical Gown, The company has greige fabric weaving factory, coating factory, lamination and bonding factory, transfer coating and tractor roller coating high-end membrane factory and printing factory subordinated to it.The company also has its own Trade Dept., Sample Dept., Research and Development Dept. and Test Center which forming one stop service for textile products.

    TTK is a research & development enterprise that has been engaged in functional anti-microbial fabric for 2 decades. It was initial devoted to research and development of high-tech military fabrics, medical antibacterial materials and civil functional fabrics.

  • In 2003, the company served as al supplier of raw fabrics and finished goods for suits used in fighting SARS, and ever since it has viewed medical high-tech materials as one of its. directions for research & development. In view of the prevailing COVID-19, the enterprise has developed as soon as possible the later materia non-woven fabric + PE highly breathable antibacterial membrane composite product) suitable for disposal medical protective suit production line and organized production of novel disposable medical protective suit made of TTK-PE disposal overall gown. The novel product can guarantee antibacterial performance and breathability of the protective suit and high strength of non-woven fabric + PE highly breathable antibacterial membrane composite fabric.

  • We are a textile manufacturing enterprise mainly engaged in textile finished products sales and finishging manufacturing, with self - run import and export right, passing ISO9001:200 quality management system certified by SGS.

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What Sets Us Apart
  • Standardized Workshop

    ISO9001 2008 The industry's standardized and large-capacity machinery accessory manufacturers, the quality of customers is guaranteed, and the delivery time of customers is guaranteed.

  • Sophisticated Equipment

    International sophisticated processing equipment, superior design capabilities, and exquisite manufacturing technology, escorting customers' quality assurance at any time.

  • Lab Experience

    The company has an advanced laboratory to provide on-site experience for customers who have doubts, allowing you to make a choice without regrets.

  • Strong Service Team

    In order to facilitate the pre-sale, sale and after-sales service of customers across the country, the company has set up a professional team, no matter where you are, we are by your side!

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Industry knowledge About Surgical Gown

What materials are commonly used to manufacture surgical gowns?

Several materials are commonly employed in the production of surgical gowns, each with its own specific characteristics and benefits. Some of the most frequently used materials include:
Non-Woven Fabrics: Non-woven fabrics are a popular choice for surgical gowns due to their excellent barrier properties, lightweight nature, and cost-effectiveness. These fabrics are made by bonding or weaving fibers together without using traditional yarns or threads. Polypropylene is a commonly used non-woven material, known for its fluid resistance and ability to provide a sterile environment.
Polyethylene: Polyethylene is a plastic-based material that offers high fluid resistance, making it suitable for procedures with a high risk of exposure to bodily fluids. It is often used as a coating on other fabrics to enhance protection against liquids.
Polyester: Polyester fabrics provide a good balance of comfort and barrier protection. They are breathable and can be treated with water-repellent finishes to improve fluid resistance.
Polyurethane: Polyurethane-coated materials offer enhanced fluid resistance and are sometimes used in high-risk settings, such as during procedures with a potential for heavy splashes or exposure to hazardous chemicals.
Microfiber: Microfiber materials are made from extremely fine synthetic fibers that can be tightly woven to create a dense and effective barrier against microorganisms and fluids.
Cotton or Cotton Blends: Cotton fabrics are soft and comfortable, making them suitable for use in less invasive procedures where the risk of fluid exposure is lower. Cotton may be blended with other materials to enhance its protective capabilities.
SMS (Spunbond-Meltblown-Spunbond): SMS is a composite material that combines the strengths of spunbond and meltblown fabrics. It offers a good balance of barrier protection, breathability, and comfort.

How are surgical gowns classified based on their level of protection?

Surgical gowns are classified based on their level of protection to ensure that healthcare personnel are adequately shielded from potential hazards during medical procedures. The classification system is established by regulatory bodies, such as the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the United States, and the European Committee for Standardization (CEN) in Europe. These standards categorize surgical gowns into different levels, each denoting the degree of barrier protection they provide. The classification is primarily based on the material's resistance to liquid penetration, as this is a critical factor in preventing the transmission of infectious agents. The most common classification system includes three levels of protection:
Level 1: Gowns classified as Level 1 offer the lowest level of barrier protection. They are designed for use in minimal-risk situations, such as basic care or standard hospital procedures. These gowns are typically made from lightweight materials, like spun-bond polypropylene, and provide basic protection against small amounts of fluid splatter or light liquid exposure.
Level 2: Gowns in this category offer a moderate level of barrier protection and are suitable for use in low to moderate-risk situations. They are commonly used in various medical settings, including outpatient care and general surgery. Level 2 gowns are often made from a combination of materials, such as spun-bond polypropylene and melt-blown polypropylene, providing increased resistance to fluid splatter and light fluid exposure.
Level 3: Gowns classified as Level 3 provide the highest level of barrier protection and are intended for use in moderate to high-risk situations. They are typically used during complex surgical procedures where a significant amount of fluid exposure is anticipated. Level 3 gowns are constructed with multiple layers of protective materials, such as a combination of spun-bond polypropylene, melt-blown polypropylene, and film laminate, ensuring excellent fluid resistance and preventing the penetration of blood-borne pathogens.