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Our Personal Protection Station is an excellent solution for maintaining organization among your personal protective equipment. This station has a unique design with 6 compartments to store your shoe covers, bouffant caps, exam glove boxes, and a face mask box. This PPE dispenser allows for easy access to PPE supplies and a clutter-free environment. It's constructed with a durable 1/4" thick ABS plastic. Mounting hardware, screws and suction cups are included for easy mounting on wallboard or glass. Additionally, the personal protection station can be hung over a door with our optional door hanger. For additional options, view our entire selection of PPE supply dispensers.
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Washing ABS and Acrylic with a Mild Detergent is sufficient for most general applications. Be sure to rinse with tap water and then rinse again with distilled water. Do not use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads.
Ultrasonic Cleaners can be used as long as the acrylic item does not rest on the bottom of the tank.
Do not use this product with: Labware Washing Machines Autoclaving Dry Heat
Removing Grease and Oils: Washing with mild detergent will remove grease and oils in many situations.
Gas Sterilization: ABS may gas sterilized (ethylene oxide, formaldehyde). Allow an appropriate aeration time suited to the particular application before using the item.
Removing Organic Matter: Soaking ABS in a chromic acid solution will remove organic matter, but since it is strong oxidizing agent, it will eventually embrittle the acrylic. To minimize embrittlement, soak for no more than 4 hours.
Sodium hypochlorite solutions (bleaches) are also effective at removing organic matter. Use at room temperature.
Chemical Disinfectants: ABS and Acrylic may be cleaned with most commonly used disinfectants (formalin, iodophors, quatemary ammonium compounds, benzalkonium chloride). There may be some surface attack (crazing) when using a more chemically aggressive disinfectant for a prolonged time.
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