Shoe covers non woven 30GSM
The nonwoven ones are usually made of 100% spun-bond polypropylene and have low-lint characteristics. They are comfortable and breathable and the non-woven fabric helps filter particulates and, thereby, prevent contamination.
With regards to size, shoe covers are one-size-fits-all, with an elastic lining on top that ensures a perfect fit. They are typically manufactured in white and blue
Protective shoe covers are used in many fields and the type of shoe cover you use depends on what one needs to be protected from. In the medical field, personal protective equipment is there to protect the wearer, as well as patients and objects you come into contact with. In industrial laboratories, the shoe covers need to be chemically resistant, waterproof and toxic substance repulsive.
There are six different types of materials that may be used to make shoe covers and are Polyethylene (PE), Polypropylene (PP), Silicone, Rubber, Aluminized fabric, and Leather.
To summarize, Shoe covers non woven can be classified according to the following types:
Disposable Shoe Covers – Short-term shoe covers, that you wear once and then throw away. Usually made of polyethylene (thin plastic material), disposable shoe covers are often used in real estate showings or other settings where visitors will only enter and exit the space once, or where visitor volume is relatively low.
Reusable Shoe Covers – Reusable shoe covers, on the other hand, are good for multiple uses. You might find these in places such as medical facilities, where visitors will be spending a longer period of time and returning in the future. Individual consumers can use reusable shoe covers as well to prevent shoe damage during rain and snow season. These usually require washing in between uses.