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SUPERFIT® Disposable Isolation Gowns are made of medical fabric that provides AAMI level 2 protection and is certificated by FDA Class 1 regulation. The gown provides a barrier to larger amounts of fluid penetration through splatter and some fluid exposure through soaking. It is intended for use in a low risk environment, for example, during blood draw, suturing, inserting I.V. lines, specimen handling, and in the Intensive Care Unit. Made in Taiwan.

  • Meets ANSI / AAMI PB70 standard for level 2 protection
  • Fabric is composed of 30gsm PP SP + 15gsm lamination film (total 45g/m²)
  • Universal size (one size fits most)
  • Excellent water repellency and high hydrostatic pressure resistance
  • Comfortable and latex free
  • Elastic cuffs with tie neck and back closure
  • Single use
  • Non-sterile
  • Color: White



IMPORTANT NOTICE!

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, our isolation gowns are not returnable for the safety of our staff and customers. Please check our size chart to ensure proper fit before ordering.


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Disposable Isolation Gowns (AAMI Level 2)

Item # GWN-D02
Packing: 10 per pack
Price: $69.50

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Bulk Option: Case of 100 Gowns

Item # GWN-D02-CS
Packing: 100 per case
Price: $695.00

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Table summarizing the ANSI/AAMI PB70 standard recognized by the FDA.


Feature Tested Standard Designation Sub headings Description Applicability
Liquid Barrier Performance AAMI PB70:2012  

Classifies a gown's ability to act as a barrier to penetration by liquids or liquid-borne pathogens based on four levels.

Liquid barrier performance is not related to the strength of the material. 

This standard references several other standards

Level 1
  • Used for MINIMAL risk situations
  • Provides a slight barrier to small amounts of fluid penetration
  • Single test of water impacting the surface of the gown material is conducted to assess barrier protection performance.
basic care, standard hospital medical unit
Level 2
  • Used in LOW risk situations
  • Provides a barrier to larger amounts of fluid penetration through splatter and some fluid exposure through soaking
  • Two tests are conducted to assess barrier protection performance:
    • Water impacting the surface of the gown material
    • Pressurizing the material
Blood draw from a vein, Suturing, Intensive care unit, Pathology lab
Level 3
  • Used in MODERATE risk situations
  • Provides a barrier to larger amounts of fluid penetration through splatter and more fluid exposure through soaking than Level 2
  • Two tests are conducted to test barrier protection performance:
    • Water impacting the surface of the gown material
    • Pressurizing the material
Arterial blood draw, Inserting an  IV, Emergency Room, Trauma
Level 4
  • Used in HIGH risk situations
  • Prevents all fluid penetration for up to 1 hour
  • May prevent VIRUS penetration for up to 1 hour
  • In addition to the other tests conducted under levels 1-3, barrier level performance is tested with a simulated blood containing a virus. If no virus is found at the end of the test, the gown passes.
Pathogen resistance, Infectious diseases (non-airborne), Large amounts of fluid exposure over long periods