Design of Protective Fabric Masks and Gloves Based on Lufthansa Airline Logo
The present study investigated the effects and protective role of masks and gloves as part of the design of job uniforms to prevent the occurrence and spread of Covid-19 virus using the antibacterial properties of raw cotton samples made of Nanomaterials. Since there was no research on the specific fashion of job clothing design and mode for masks and gloves, this research is innovative in this domain. In conducting this research, both quantitative and qualitative methods used for data collection. The experiments and the method of their analysis were quantitative and special designs were completed for the mask and gloves, which were presented in a qualitative method. In this thesis, the antimicrobial productivity of cotton samples in reducing a common species of Gram-positive Staphylococcus aureus, the source of eye, skin, bone, and joint infections, was investigated. The results of antibacterial activity of raw cotton samples supplemented with Nanomaterials indicated that the raw fabrics have no microbial properties and in the treated samples the percentage of bacterial reduction for gram-positive bacteria Staphylococcus aureus was calculated to be 97.1%. Finally, the research findings showed that the design and production of protective fabric face masks and gloves suitable for jobs with this method can bring about a drastic change in the clothing industry.