How to disinfect used protective clothing

After the use of our protective clothing, there is always a problem involved, that is, the cleaning of protective clothing. Many customers often wash them directly with clean water after they buy protective clothing. However, many times, there are certain taboos in protective clothing, so they can’t use them casually. The following is a brief introduction

disinfection is the process of removing or neutralizing the contaminated chemicals on protective clothing by physical or chemical methods. This process is also a key step to ensure the health and safety of staff. Because of improper disinfection methods, the staff may be poisoned or re polluted during disinfection. Generally speaking, if the protective clothing is known to be contaminated by chemicals, it must be disinfected immediately, so as to avoid the corrosion damage of the chemical protective clothing caused by the retention of poisons for a long time. Detoxification measures should be carried out by qualified professional safety personnel, and should be carried out as soon as possible when chemical protective clothing comes into contact with chemicals. There are generally three disinfection methods: physical methods to remove pollutants; 1nactivation or toxicity of pollutants by alcohol disinfection or other toxic chemical methods; The above two methods are combined

standard non-destructive methods ensure that chemical protective clothing has been effectively detoxified. Because many fibers are adsorptive, there may be chemicals left in the fibers after detoxification, especially in dangerous chemical occasions (Grade A), there may be unknown toxic or cancer chemicals. The safest way to detoxify is to discard protective clothing. 1t is not recommended for all chemicals that may be exposed to known or unknown toxic and carcinogenic chemicals

after detoxification, the protective clothing can be cleaned by hand, using warm water and moderate cleaning agent, and appropriate protective clothing equipment should be worn to prevent contact with residual pollutants. After cleaning, the protective clothing should be washed with warm water to avoid being exposed to heat or sunlight. Before reuse, qualified health professionals must determine whether the detoxification is complete

the protective clothing that has been poisoned or damaged should be stopped or discarded in a safe way

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