HYGEN™ Disposable Microfiber is proven to remove 99.9% of tested viruses and bacteria. Innovative technology knits microfiber yarn into a non-woven substrate, creating unique, disposable microfiber.
HYGEN™ Disposable Microfiber is proven to remove 99.9% of tested viruses and bacteria. Combining superior microfiber with built-in scrubber technology in a disposable application, HYGEN™ Disposable Microfiber helps prevent cross-transmission and reduces the risk of healthcare-associated infections. The innovative technology knits microfiber yarn into a non-woven substrate, creating unique, disposable microfiber.
Features and Benefits:
|Product Length||8.00 in||20.32 cm|
|Product Width||10.00 in||25.40 cm|
|Product Height||11.13 in||28.26 cm|
|Case Pack Length||11.88 in||30.16 cm|
|Case Pack Width||8.88 in||22.54 cm|
|Case Pack Height||11.31 in||28.73 cm|
|Case Pack Weight||6.83 lb||3.10 kg|
|Case Pack Quantity||1|
|Packaging Length||14.31 in||36.36 cm|
|Packaging Width||12.19 in||30.96 cm|
|Packaging Height||11.13 in||28.26 cm|
|Country of Origin||USA|
HYGEN Product Use - Manual
HYGEN Disposable Microfiber 4-Page Brochure
HYGEN Healthcare Cleaning Process Checklists
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