AmorSui’s Lab Coat has use cases across several sectors, including clinical labs, making it a good starting point for setting a new standard for personal protective equipment (PPE) for lab personnel. While traditional lab coats are unprotective, uncomfortable, and non-recyclable, AmorSui’s are safe, flexible, and designed to be worn 50+ times without losing fluid-repellency or anti-odor efficacy. When it’s time for a new one, the coat is 100% recyclable through the AmorSui take-back program. The soft, flexible fabric was specially developed in a softer white color to combat “white coat syndrome” and the coat is complete with features most often requested by the professionals who will wear it daily, including: 

  • A premium fit 
  • Breathable design
  • An anti-odor and fluid-repellent material 
  • Being 100% recyclable 
  • Being machine washable

AmorSui was founded by chemist Beau Wangtrakuldee, PhD, who was inspired to create the lab coat after being badly burned in a chemical spill while working in a research lab. Although her lab coat was considered proper PPE, she was not protected. The spill burned straight through her lab coat and onto her leg. This began the AmorSui journey, with the goal of designing better PPE with the wearer’s interest at heart. 

AmorSui is a modern PPE brand that protects people and the planet. The name is derived from Latin and means “self-love,” a simple reminder but an important gesture that no one should have to risk their safety while doing what they love. 

From day one, AmorSui set out to design better PPE with the wearer’s interest at heart, says the company. Now, the company is on a journey to transform how people buy uniforms by putting people and the planet first. The design of each garment sets a new standard for PPE, providing a premium fit, better protection, and a more sustainable choice. The health care system has one of the largest carbon footprints in the world, which is why AmorSui is creating products that can be reused again and again and are 100% recyclable at the end of their life. Its products also utilize anti-odor and fluid-repellent materials to ensure better protection.