We strive to be the premier leading distributor you can truly count on for daily essentials. We provide PPE - To Clean, Disinfect, and Protect disposable supplies for Clinicians, Patients, and Practice to minimize any chance of cross-contamination. 

  • Gloves

    Nitrile Gloves - Strong, but thin material, extremely sensitive and resistant. The micro-textured surface ensures an optimal grip. Most chemically resistant and puncture-resistant. Latex Gloves - Offer the best protection against bacteria and viruses, and provide better chemical protection. Vinyl Gloves - Made in polyvinyl chloride, latex-free material. Ideal gloves for everyday use.

  • Face Masks

    Check ASTM 2100 Standard Level. Lower-level masks provide better breathability, while higher-level masks provide superior protection. 1) Level 1: PFE >= 95%, BFE >= 95%, mmHg = 160 2) Level 2: PFE >= 98%, BFE >= 98%, mmHg = 120 3) Level 3: PFE >= 98%, BFE >= 98%, mmHg = 80.

  • Eyewear

    Safety Glasses / Goggles - A vital part of any infectious disease control program for eye protection. Protect your eyes from splattering blood-borne pathogens, against UV rays, and from being injured. You need Anti-fog, anti-hard light, anti-ultraviolet rays, and superior optical clarity. Look for designed top and side shields to protect eyes from every angle, and can fit all head sizes comfortably.

  • Disposable Apparel

    Disposable Scrubs, Lab Coats, Vest, Shoe Covers, Apron, Head Cap/Hairnet, Patient/Exam/Hospital Gowns, and more - intended to protect contamination, from airborne splatters and debris. Usually comes in Non-sterile, Non-woven SMS, fluid-resistant, extra soft and antistatic

  • Washable Apparel

    Washable Barrier Apparel - Apron, Coverall, Lab Coat, Vest. Added protection made of 99% polyester, 1% carbon, fluid resistant, lightweight woven. It is important to choose the right washable PPE for the right
    procedures. Clinicians and Surgeons should begin the multi-use PPE selection
    process by considering these tests. Strike-through resistance (in cm), b) Puncture resistance (in psi), c) Strength (machine direction in lbs.), d) Lint (in the number of particles >= 1 micron).

  • Disinfectants/Sanitizers

    Decrease and even kill bad germs and bacteria. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60%  Check Health Canada's list of dangerous or ineffective sanitizers to avoid. Keep your clinic space germ-free with cleaning essentials to ensure the safety and wellness of your employees.