Features and use cases
Gender · Unisex
Closure Style · Tie Zipper
Fabric Weight · 55 kg
Material · SMS nonwoven
Color · White
Waist Style · Elastic
Overall Style · Hooded, Disposable
- Chemical Resistance
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Standards and labels
EN 13034:2005 is a European standard that outlines the requirements and test methods for Type 6 protective clothing designed to provide protection against liquid chemical hazards. It specifies criteria for the fabric's resistance to penetration by liquid chemicals and establishes guidelines for the overall design and construction of the garments. The amendment A1:2009 introduces updates and refinements to enhance the performance and reliability of Type 6 protective clothing, ensuring improved protection for workers exposed to liquid chemical splashes and sprays. These standards are essential in industries where workers are at risk of encountering liquid chemical hazards, ensuring their safety and well-being.Liquid Chemical Protection Type 6
EN ISO 13982-1:2004/A1:2010
EN ISO 13982-1:2004 is a European standard that outlines the requirements and test methods for Type 5 protective clothing designed to protect against airborne solid particles. It sets criteria for material resistance, construction, and performance to prevent penetration of hazardous particles. The amendment A1:2010 introduces refinements and updates to the original standard, ensuring improved effectiveness and reliability of Type 5 protective clothing in providing protection against airborne solid particles. These standards are essential references for industries where workers are at risk of exposure to such particles, ensuring the appropriate level of protection.Airborne Solid Particle Protection Type 5
EN 13688:2013 is a European standard that specifies the performance requirements for protective clothing. The standard includes requirements for safety, comfort, and durability, as well as tests for determining these properties. Protective clothing includes items like coveralls, aprons, and gloves that are worn to protect the wearer from hazards. Possible test results include resistance to chemicals, heat, abrasion and tearing, as well as breathability and comfort. The clothing can be tested under different conditions to check if it meets the standard's requirements.
CE Marking is a label that shows a product meets certain safety and environmental standards set by the European Union. To get the CE Marking, a company must test and certify their product meets these standards. CE Marking is required for many products sold in the EU, including electronics, machinery, toys and medical devices. It helps ensure that products are safe for consumers and the environment, and allows for easy trade within the EU.
PPE Category 3
PPE stands for "personal protective equipment." PPE Category 3 refers to equipment that is complex and provide the highest level of protection such as powered respirators, SCBA, and full body suits. In Europe, PPE Category 3 must meet certain safety standards set by the European Union, which means that it must be designed and manufactured to protect the user without causing harm. Companies that make or sell PPE must prove that it meets these standards. They also must have a quality management system in place, have to be audited regularly by a notified body and have to have a technical documentation.
Nitras delivery terms
Supplier shipping fee 40,00 €
Free shipping on orders over 500,00 €
Nitras 1020609 Chemical protection coverall, 50 pcs
20 packages / 1 000 pcs: 1,86 € / piece
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On a pallet
1 000 pieces
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