|Material:||PVA (polyvinyl Alcohol)||Color:||Natural, Red, Blue, Yellow|
|Size:||660mm*840mm, 710mm*990mm, 914mm*990mm||Packaging:||25pcs/bag, 200pcs/carton|
60L soluble laundry sacks,
60L water soluble biohazard bags,
60L water soluble hospital laundry bags
* The above temperatures are the best recommended dissolving temperatures;
* Each bag is equipped with a cold water soluble colored tie.
* Color and specification are available upon the request of the clients.
|1.||Keep bags sealed with protective overwrap until use.|
|2.||Once a bag is removed from the pack, keep the remaining bags in overwrap material to prevent from moisture exposure.|
|3.||Store overwrapped water soluble laundry bags at 7℃(45°F) to 30℃(86°F) and in Rh 20 to 70% moisture level for optimum shelf life.|
AT SETUP AND IN USE
|1.||Handle the bag with dry hand only. Avoid any contact with moisture to preserve the film’s strength and integrity.|
|2.||IMPORTANT: A linen item known to be dry should be the first item placed in the bag and it will form a dry foundation at the bottom. This provides a significant moisture isolation measure to the bag as the moist items are later placed in such bag.|
|3.||Do not place overly wet items in the bag at any time. Remember the bag is sensitive to moisture in any form.|
|1.||Expel as much excess air as possible before closing bag. Avoid expelling the excess air to face. Reduction of trapped air content makes the closed bag a stronger and smaller unit for transshipment.|
|2.||A colored neck tie is provided with every bag. Use it to close the bag.|
|3.||Caution: Do not knot the bag film too many times as this will inhibit the solubility of the film during laundering.|
|4.||The closed water soluble laundry bag should be placed within another outer bag (sack or PE bag) during the transfer. This reduces the chance of secondary contamination.|
IN THE LAUNDRY
|1.||The closed water soluble bag should be placed in the wash wheel or tunnel. Pre-sorting is contraindicated because the soiled linen is assumed to be contaminated.|
|2.||During the initial cold flush cycle, whatever cold water soluble or hot water soluble type, the bag will open automatically and begin to disintegrate, allowing contact with the linen by the wash water.|
|3.||For complete liquefaction of the film we urge the following:
A. Do not overload the washer beyond its rated capacity.
B. Be sure the water temperature reaches the recommended dissolving temperatures during the wash cycle
C. The water should have been swirling around the bag linens for 40 seconds before the wash chemicals (detergent, alkali, etc.) are injected. The entire washing process lasts for at least 20 minutes.