Care for the Planet While Protecting Your Employees

May 8, 2020
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About Smart Plastic

Founded in 2016, Smart Plastic is revolutionizing the potential of plastic to improve the environment for future generations.

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Care for the Planet While Protecting Your Employees

Infused with our proprietary bio-assimilation additive, the ECLIPSE™ Gown will both protect the wearer and biodegrade the same as paper.

As the world economy grapples with the challenge of reopening, the global need for PPE has exploded. Companies big and small need to implement enhanced health and safety protocols in an effort to keep employees and customers safe. Many businesses are finding it difficult to implement effective physical distancing at all times, making PPE like masks, gloves and gowns even more critical. An unfortunate side effect of this need is a dramatic increase in plastic waste.

The ECLIPSE™ Gown tackles both problems.

Infused with our bio-assimilation additive, the ECLIPSE™ Gown will protect the wearer and bio-assimilate the same as paper, degrading to a molecular weight that can be consumed by living organisms.

These non-sterile gowns feature a fluid-repellent polyethylene film, combining effective fluid resistance and wearer comfort. Ideal for patient contact, fluid isolation, decontamination or general cleanup tasks, the Smart Plastic ECLIPSE™ Gown will protect against bodily fluids to support the health and confidence of both customers and employees.

A few key features of the Smart Plastic ECLIPSE™ Gown include:

  • Universal size, 40" x 60" (one size fits most)
  • 2.0 mil FDA approved polymer blend
  • Sky blue hospital tint
  • Non-surgical
  • Thumb loops with tear-away back opening
  • One piece (disposable / 100% recyclable)
  • ASTM F1670
  • AMMI Level 1 & 2 available
  • ECLIPSE™ enabled (bio-assimilation additive)

In the midst of this global COVID-19 pandemic, we need to protect the planet while we protect ourselves. The ECLIPSE™ Gown will completely bio-assimilate in both terrestrial and marine environments, resulting in no long-term environmental impact and leaving behind no microplastics.

To learn more about the ECLIPSE™ Gown and our entire catalog of sustainable polymer additives and products, contact us today.

As the world economy grapples with the challenge of reopening, the global need for PPE has exploded. Companies big and small need to implement enhanced health and safety protocols in an effort to keep employees and customers safe. Many businesses are finding it difficult to implement effective physical distancing at all times, making PPE like masks, gloves and gowns even more critical. An unfortunate side effect of this need is a dramatic increase in plastic waste.

The ECLIPSE™ Gown tackles both problems.

Infused with our bio-assimilation additive, the ECLIPSE™ Gown will protect the wearer and bio-assimilate the same as paper, degrading to a molecular weight that can be consumed by living organisms.

These non-sterile gowns feature a fluid-repellent polyethylene film, combining effective fluid resistance and wearer comfort. Ideal for patient contact, fluid isolation, decontamination or general cleanup tasks, the Smart Plastic ECLIPSE™ Gown will protect against bodily fluids to support the health and confidence of both customers and employees.

A few key features of the Smart Plastic ECLIPSE™ Gown include:

  • Universal size, 40" x 60" (one size fits most)
  • 2.0 mil FDA approved polymer blend
  • Sky blue hospital tint
  • Non-surgical
  • Thumb loops with tear-away back opening
  • One piece (disposable / 100% recyclable)
  • ASTM F1670
  • AMMI Level 1 & 2 available
  • ECLIPSE™ enabled (bio-assimilation additive)

In the midst of this global COVID-19 pandemic, we need to protect the planet while we protect ourselves. The ECLIPSE™ Gown will completely bio-assimilate in both terrestrial and marine environments, resulting in no long-term environmental impact and leaving behind no microplastics.

To learn more about the ECLIPSE™ Gown and our entire catalog of sustainable polymer additives and products, contact us today.

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As the world economy grapples with the challenge of reopening, the global need for PPE has exploded. Companies big and small need to implement enhanced health and safety protocols in an effort to keep employees and customers safe. Many businesses are finding it difficult to implement effective physical distancing at all times, making PPE like masks, gloves and gowns even more critical. An unfortunate side effect of this need is a dramatic increase in plastic waste.

The ECLIPSE™ Gown tackles both problems.

Infused with our bio-assimilation additive, the ECLIPSE™ Gown will protect the wearer and bio-assimilate the same as paper, degrading to a molecular weight that can be consumed by living organisms.

These non-sterile gowns feature a fluid-repellent polyethylene film, combining effective fluid resistance and wearer comfort. Ideal for patient contact, fluid isolation, decontamination or general cleanup tasks, the Smart Plastic ECLIPSE™ Gown will protect against bodily fluids to support the health and confidence of both customers and employees.

A few key features of the Smart Plastic ECLIPSE™ Gown include:

  • Universal size, 40" x 60" (one size fits most)
  • 2.0 mil FDA approved polymer blend
  • Sky blue hospital tint
  • Non-surgical
  • Thumb loops with tear-away back opening
  • One piece (disposable / 100% recyclable)
  • ASTM F1670
  • AMMI Level 1 & 2 available
  • ECLIPSE™ enabled (bio-assimilation additive)

In the midst of this global COVID-19 pandemic, we need to protect the planet while we protect ourselves. The ECLIPSE™ Gown will completely bio-assimilate in both terrestrial and marine environments, resulting in no long-term environmental impact and leaving behind no microplastics.

To learn more about the ECLIPSE™ Gown and our entire catalog of sustainable polymer additives and products, contact us today.

Care for the Planet While Protecting Your Employees

Infused with our proprietary bio-assimilation additive, the ECLIPSE™ Gown will both protect the wearer and biodegrade the same as paper.

As the world economy grapples with the challenge of reopening, the global need for PPE has exploded. Companies big and small need to implement enhanced health and safety protocols in an effort to keep employees and customers safe. Many businesses are finding it difficult to implement effective physical distancing at all times, making PPE like masks, gloves and gowns even more critical. An unfortunate side effect of this need is a dramatic increase in plastic waste.

The ECLIPSE™ Gown tackles both problems.

Infused with our bio-assimilation additive, the ECLIPSE™ Gown will protect the wearer and bio-assimilate the same as paper, degrading to a molecular weight that can be consumed by living organisms.

These non-sterile gowns feature a fluid-repellent polyethylene film, combining effective fluid resistance and wearer comfort. Ideal for patient contact, fluid isolation, decontamination or general cleanup tasks, the Smart Plastic ECLIPSE™ Gown will protect against bodily fluids to support the health and confidence of both customers and employees.

A few key features of the Smart Plastic ECLIPSE™ Gown include:

  • Universal size, 40" x 60" (one size fits most)
  • 2.0 mil FDA approved polymer blend
  • Sky blue hospital tint
  • Non-surgical
  • Thumb loops with tear-away back opening
  • One piece (disposable / 100% recyclable)
  • ASTM F1670
  • AMMI Level 1 & 2 available
  • ECLIPSE™ enabled (bio-assimilation additive)

In the midst of this global COVID-19 pandemic, we need to protect the planet while we protect ourselves. The ECLIPSE™ Gown will completely bio-assimilate in both terrestrial and marine environments, resulting in no long-term environmental impact and leaving behind no microplastics.

To learn more about the ECLIPSE™ Gown and our entire catalog of sustainable polymer additives and products, contact us today.

About Smart Plastic

Founded in 2016, Smart Plastic is revolutionizing the potential of plastic to improve the environment for future generations.

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Firstly, transitional metals are used as catalysts to initiate the free radical process, causing the long entangled chains within the polymer to breakdown into shorter and shorter chains.

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Once the functional stabilizer is used up and the product has successfully served its purpose, the bio-assimilation process begins.

At this stage, the polymer's molecular mass begins to rapidly reduce.

Definition:

A Dalton (Da) is a unit of molecular mass used in biochemistry. This unit of mass is incredibly small, with 1 Da equal to the weight of a single carbon-12 atom.

Example:

Let's look at what happens to the ECLIPSE™ enabled Inspiration Gown™ by Fairfield once it reaches the end of its programmed 18-month lifespan.

At this stage, the molecular structure of the polymer within the gown material has a molecular mass of approximately 200,000 Daltons.

Stage 1 (200,000 Da): The free radical process begins and carbon-to-carbon bonds within the material begin to break. The molecular mass of the material rapidly reduces as the long chain molecular structure breaks down into shorter and shorter chains.

Stage 2 (40,000 Da): As they shrink, these shorter chain molecular structures change from being hydrophobic (repelling water) to being hydrophilic (attracting water), surrounding them with microorganism rich water (known as a bio-film).

Stage 3 (5,000 Da): As the free radical process continues to shrink the molecular structure and expose more and more carbon, the surrounding microorganisms begin to utilize this carbon as nutrients.

Stage 4 (0 Da): As the microorganisms consume all of the exposed carbon, the molecular mass of the original polymer continues to reduce until there is nothing left but water, C0₂ and biomass.

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To answer this question, we need to understand a few key concepts that enable SPTek ECLIPSE™ bio-assimilation: transitional metals, the free radical process and stabilizers.

Firstly, transitional metals are used as catalysts to initiate the free radical process, causing the long entangled chains within the polymer to breakdown into shorter and shorter chains.

This molecular transformation results in zero microplastics.

Secondly, stabilizers are utilized in two ways:

  • A 'thermal stabilizer' protects the catalysts during production.
  • A 'functional stabilizer' ensures that the products useful-life performance is reached.

Once the functional stabilizer is used up and the product has successfully served its purpose, the bio-assimilation process begins.

At this stage, the polymer's molecular mass begins to rapidly reduce.

Definition:

A Dalton (Da) is a unit of molecular mass used in biochemistry. This unit of mass is incredibly small, with 1 Da equal to the weight of a single carbon-12 atom.

Example:

Let's look at what happens to the ECLIPSE™ enabled Inspiration Gown™ by Fairfield once it reaches the end of its programmed 18-month lifespan.

At this stage, the molecular structure of the polymer within the gown material has a molecular mass of approximately 200,000 Daltons.

Stage 1 (200,000 Da): The free radical process begins and carbon-to-carbon bonds within the material begin to break. The molecular mass of the material rapidly reduces as the long chain molecular structure breaks down into shorter and shorter chains.

Stage 2 (40,000 Da): As they shrink, these shorter chain molecular structures change from being hydrophobic (repelling water) to being hydrophilic (attracting water), surrounding them with microorganism rich water (known as a bio-film).

Stage 3 (5,000 Da): As the free radical process continues to shrink the molecular structure and expose more and more carbon, the surrounding microorganisms begin to utilize this carbon as nutrients.

Stage 4 (0 Da): As the microorganisms consume all of the exposed carbon, the molecular mass of the original polymer continues to reduce until there is nothing left but water, C0₂ and biomass.

This is true bio-assimilation.

Once this process is initiated, it becomes a runaway freight train that can't be stopped, resulting in zero microplastics. This makes SPTek ECLIPSE™ bio-assimilation technology a truly sustainable solution to the global plastic problem.

Click here to download a PDF presentation about the SPTek ECLIPSE™ bio-assimilation process.

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Product Application

As the world economy grapples with the challenge of reopening, the global need for PPE has exploded. Companies big and small need to implement enhanced health and safety protocols in an effort to keep employees and customers safe. Many businesses are finding it difficult to implement effective physical distancing at all times, making PPE like masks, gloves and gowns even more critical. An unfortunate side effect of this need is a dramatic increase in plastic waste.

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Infused with our bio-assimilation additive, the ECLIPSE™ Gown will protect the wearer and bio-assimilate the same as paper, degrading to a molecular weight that can be consumed by living organisms.

These non-sterile gowns feature a fluid-repellent polyethylene film, combining effective fluid resistance and wearer comfort. Ideal for patient contact, fluid isolation, decontamination or general cleanup tasks, the Smart Plastic ECLIPSE™ Gown will protect against bodily fluids to support the health and confidence of both customers and employees.

A few key features of the Smart Plastic ECLIPSE™ Gown include:

  • Universal size, 40" x 60" (one size fits most)
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In the midst of this global COVID-19 pandemic, we need to protect the planet while we protect ourselves. The ECLIPSE™ Gown will completely bio-assimilate in both terrestrial and marine environments, resulting in no long-term environmental impact and leaving behind no microplastics.

To learn more about the ECLIPSE™ Gown and our entire catalog of sustainable polymer additives and products, contact us today.

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