Keeping your home, business or clinic safe has never been more important. Sove CPAP Clinic is passionate about providing affordable products that can help keep individuals and businesses safe. Browse our collection of personal protective equipment and cleaning supplies, or give one of our friendly consultants a call to discuss how we can help you with your safety equipment needs. If you are interested in purchasing in bulk, or have any questions about our range, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1300 76 29 39.
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As a sleep and respiratory clinic, Sove CPAP Clinic relies on the high-quality PPE and cleaning supplies we offer online. Our own clinic regularly uses the gloves, disinfectants, surgical masks, and other supplies we offer when we see patients, so you can trust the quality of what you buy. Our selection offers an affordable and reliable option for both businesses and individuals when it comes to medical safety equipment.
Whether its keeping your home clean, your worker’s safe, or stopping infections, Sove CPAP Clinic can help. Our range includes both cleaning solutions, like Viraclean and V-wipes, and personal protective equipment, such as nitrile gloves and N95 masks. We understand that PPE or cleaning requirements will vary between people, so it is important to understand the needs of your business or home. We offer clear outlines of the features, specifications and purposes of our products so you can find the right option for you. Our range includes items suitable for the everyday person, as well as medical professionals, so please check the description to make sure the item is right for you.
For those looking for cleaning supplies, gloves, or masks, but who aren’t sure what option is right for them, we have included a general guide below.
Face masks are a key element of PPE, and can help protect both the wearer and those around them. There are a range of different types of face masks available, including disposable face masks, reusable face masks, surgical face masks, P2 masks, N95 masks, and KN95 masks. These masks offer different levels of protection to suit different environments.
Disposable Face Masks - these single-use masks can be useful for the general public when trying to minimise the spread of microbes.
Reusable Face Masks- like disposable face masks, reusable face masks can be useful for the general public when trying to minimise the spread of microbes. Resuable face masks are usually made from cloth, and can be washed and reused.
Surgical face masks - these masks are loose-fitting, triple-layered, disposable face masks. They are of a higher grade than standard disposable face masks, and are generally used by healthcare staff to help prevent the spread of microbes. They are suitable for medical clinics and consultants, or other healthcare workers.
P2, N95 and KN95 Respirator Masks - these masks are all high particulate respirator masks. There are minor differences in the levels of protection they offer. Particulate respirator masks are tight fitting, designed to help filter out harmful particles. These masks are not recommended for general use. They should only be used in healthcare settings or work sites where protection from airborne particles is needed, and where people have been adequately trained in wearing them.
Disposable gloves are used in a large range of industries, from hospitality to mechanics and medicine. Gloves can protect your hands against biological hazards and chemical hazards depending on the material, so its important to understand the differences between disposable gloves.
Latex Gloves - these disposable gloves are elastic, flexible and touch sensitive. However, they have less resistance to punctures and chemicals than other types of disposable gloves, and latex allergies can prevent people from using them. They tend to be a cheaper option as less processing is required to make them, and they can be biodegradable.
Nitrile Gloves - these gloves are elastic, flexible and touch sensitive as well, but also have much better puncture and chemical resistance, especially to petroleum based chemicals. Some nitrile gloves are also specially formulated to be resistant chemotherapy drugs. Because nitrile is synthetic and takes longer to process, nitrile gloves tend to be more expensive than latex gloves.
Much like most PPE supplies, different cleaning agents are designed to be used for different purposes. We’ve provided a guide below regarding our sanitizers, detergents, disinfectants and other products to help you determine what you might need.
70% Ethanol Hand Sanitisers - using hand sanitiser is a quick and effective way to keep your hands clean and free from harmful bacteria and viruses. Ideally, a hand sanitiser needs to contain at least 70% alcohol to be effective. To help prevent your hands drying out, look for a hand sanitiser with emollients such as macadamia oil, like Bactol or Sanitol.
Alcohol Swabs - alcohol swabs and wipes can be used as an antibacterial wipe or multipurpose cleaner. Ideally, these should be soaked in a mixture containing at least 70% alcohol to be effective.
Neutral Detergents - neutral detergents are useful everyday cleaning solutions. Detergents will remove dirt and other contaminants which should minimise the build up of germs. Using a detergent cleaner like Speedy Clean before applying a disinfectant can be beneficial.
Hospital Grade Disinfectants - disinfectants are designed not just to clean a surface, but to inactivate the bacteria, viruses, fungi and other pathogens that may be present on the surface. Hospital grade disinfectants like Viraclean are suitable for use on various high-touch surfaces such as floors, desks, and railings in healthcare settings as well as household settings. These are not suitable for use on medical devices.
Instrument Grade Disinfectants - instrument grade disinfectants are approved for use on some medical devices depending on the level of disinfectants. Low-level instrument grade disinfectants like Instrumax are approved for use on non-critical medical devices such as stethoscopes, thermometers, blood pressure cuffs, tourniquets, MRI machines and nebuliser face masks. Higher level instrument grade disinfectants are needed for other devices.
UV Light Sanitiser - UV light sanitisers like Lumin use the power of UV light to disinfect items. Depending on the device, this can be an easier way to disinfect items.