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Posted by Jack Beeston Monday 23 July 2018

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Posted by Tuesday 19 June 2018

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An effective hair net should contain hair correctly no matter what style, volume or hair type. If a product is too loose or too tight it is not only ineffective it prompts the wearer to fidget which significantly increases the risk of contamination. Professor Barry Stevens FTTS, President of the Trichological Society 2014-16 states “I am unable to eliminate hair-shafts as disease carriers (ie: Staphylococcus Aureus). However, hand contact with scalp is more likely to act as a carrier.” Just one of the many reasons why a correctly fitting, effective hair restraint is needed.

Headwear must adjust to fit varying volumes of hair and head sizes while preventing the passage of hair through the material. Aburnet’s HACCP international certified products feature a light recoiling structure that adapts to the individuals head, meaning the product is not irritating to wear and contains hair correctly. Our products are designed so that the product folds and holds hair along the scalp with numerous contact points, which is how to contain hair effectively.

At Aburnet we have developed a whole range of products and accessories to contain hair no matter what the application, from headbands to neck shields we have you covered.  Our patented products are used across the globe and continue to help reduce hair complaints, if used correctly our products can reduce complaints by 80%. With a range of free training materials to help educate staff, we are committed to reducing hair contamination

It really is essential to use an effective hair restraint, Professor of Technical Textiles, Subhash Anand MBE University of Bolton, England states; “Nonwoven materials such as those used in mob/bouffant caps should not be used as hair barrier fabric … It is a totally unsuitable material.”

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