Offering the Best in Medical Gowns & Mask Fabrics
Carolina Cotton Works is proud to serve the medical industry by providing the best material possible to help all medical staff to do their job safely. Using Woven and knitted fabrics is something we take pride in. Woven and knit fabrics can be made from different yarns, including polyester, cotton, rayon, spandex, etc. This ensures that hospitals are stocked with the correct fabric needed to make medical materials and apparel.
We pride ourselves on being able to give our customers what they need in a timely manner. At CCW we believe it is our job to supply orders and ensure our customers get what they need. Three main questions we ask at CCW are:
- What fabric do you need?
- What is the order size?
- When do you need the order by?
We have created medical PPE fabrics that are not only affordable but are biodegradable, flame retardant, hydrophilic, anti-microbial/anti-bacterial, anti-static and available in custom colors. Woven and knitted fabrics have restored, if not transformed, the medical establishment, and CCW is here to make sure that your facility or practice keeps on benefiting from the continuous developments.
- 100% polyester knit fabrics treated with antimicrobial and durable water repellent(DWR) in custom colors.
- Polyester/Cotton blended woven fabrics that pass Level 1 Barrier Fabric Certification (AATCC 42) Used for minimal risk environment.
- Polyester/Cotton blended woven fabrics that pass Level 2 Barrier Fabric Certification (AATCC 42 and AATCC 127) used for low-risk environment.
We are producing knitted and woven fabrics for face masks. We have the capability to make cotton, polyester, and blends to meet your masks needs. A tightly knit or densely woven fabric can be used to help make face masks when the non-woven fabrics are in short supply.
- 100% cotton knit, treated with antimicrobial chemistry.
- 100% polyester knit, treated with antimicrobial and durable water repellent (DWR).
CCW, located in South Carolina, USA, is creating fabrics that are being used in the manufacturing of masks for Department of Health and Human Services, through the Coalition of Manufacturing and those involved in that supply chain. CCW produces both knit and woven fabrics that have passed all moisture penetration resistance standardized tests for Level 1 classification to be used for medical grade masks and gowns.