Features and use cases
Overall Style · Hooded, Disposable
Gender · Men, Unisex
Fit · Regular
Custom With · Logo
Closure Style · Tie Zipper
Liner Material · Polyethylene (PE), Polypropylene (PP)
Number of Pockets · 0
Fabric Weight · 47 g/m2
Material · Polyethylene (PE), Polypropylene (PP)
Color · White
Seam Style · Stitched
- Chemical Resistance
- Food Service
- Electrical Protection
- Water Resistance
- Medical Protection
- Antimicrobial Protection
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Standards and labels
EN 1149-1:2006 is a European standard that specifies the requirements for electrostatic discharge (ESD) protective clothing. The standard defines the performance requirements for material, design, and testing of ESD clothing. The clothing must be able to effectively discharge static electricity and protect the wearer from ESD. Testing includes measuring the surface resistance and charge decay of the clothing material. Pass/fail results are based on the clothing meeting or not meeting the specified requirements.Surface Resistance Tested
EN ISO 7854:1997
EN ISO 7854:1997 is a standard for testing the flammability of automotive interior materials. It specifies the method for measuring the burning behavior of materials used in car interiors such as seats, dashboard, door panels, and headliners in a vertical position. The performance requirements include how quickly the material burns, how much it continues to burn after the flame is removed, and how much smoke is produced. Possible test results include a flame spread index, after flame index, smoke density, and toxic gas emissions. These test results are used to evaluate the flammability of the materials used in car interiors and to classify it according to the standard's criteria.
EN 863:1995 is a European standard that sets out the requirements for stationary fire extinguishers. These are devices that can put out fires by extinguishing the flames, and are typically installed in a fixed location like a building or vehicle. The standard covers the performance requirements for fire fighting capability, mechanical strength, durability, safety and environmental factors of stationary fire extinguishers. To meet this standard, a stationary fire extinguisher must be able to effectively put out a fire, be able to withstand certain mechanical stress, be resistant to wear and tear, have safety features such as pressure relief devices and warning devices, be able to function in different environmental conditions, and have clear markings and instructions for use. Possible test results include measurements of the extinguisher's fire fighting capability, its mechanical strength, durability, safety features, environmental factors and user instructions.
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 1149-5:2018 is a European standard that specifies the requirements for electrostatic dissipative (ESD) gloves. This standard defines performance requirements for material, design, and testing of ESD gloves. The gloves must be able to effectively discharge static electricity and protect the wearer from ESD. Testing includes measuring the surface resistance of the glove material and electrical resistance of the glove. Pass/fail results are based on the gloves meeting or not meeting the specified requirements.Material Performance Tested
EN 14605:2005+A1:2009 is a European standard that sets rules for how certain types of protective clothing should be tested and what requirements they must meet in order to be considered safe and effective against chemical hazards. The standard covers the test methods and performance requirements for chemical protective clothing such as coveralls, gloves, boots and overalls. The standard also sets requirement for labeling, packaging and storage of these clothing. The "A1" in the standard name refers to the fact that it's an amendment or update to the original 2005 version of the standard. Tests must be done to make sure the protective clothing meets the standard. If the protective clothing pass the tests, they are considered good to use.
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.
EN 14126:2003, along with the amendment AC:2004, is a European standard that specifically addresses protective clothing designed to provide protection against infectious agents, including viruses and bacteria. The standard outlines the requirements and test methods for evaluating the material's resistance to penetration by microorganisms. The amendment AC:2004 introduces updates and refinements to enhance the performance and reliability of the protective clothing, ensuring improved protection for individuals exposed to biological hazards. Compliance with EN 14126:2003 and its amendment ensures that the protective clothing meets the necessary standards for barrier protection against infectious agents.
EN ISO 13982-2:2004
EN ISO 13982-2:2004 is a standard that specifies the performance requirements for testing protective clothing materials. It covers the procedures for determining the resistance of materials to penetration by solid particles. Test results should include the resistance of the material to penetration by solid particles, measured in accordance with the standard. This standard is used to measure the protective performance of clothing materials used in situations where there is a risk of exposure to solid particles such as dust, grit and other small particles. It gives information on the level of protection provided by the clothing material and its suitability for certain applications such as construction, mining and manufacturing.
EN 1149-3:2004 is a European standard that specifies the requirements for electrostatic dissipative (ESD) footwear. The standard defines performance requirements for material, design, and testing of ESD footwear. The footwear must be able to effectively discharge static electricity and protect the wearer from ESD. Testing includes measuring the surface resistance of the footwear material. Pass/fail results are based on the footwear meeting or not meeting the specified requirements.Electrostatic Properties Tested
EN ISO 22612:2005
EN ISO 22612:2005 is a standard that sets the requirements for the performance and testing of gloves against chemicals. The standard defines the requirements for materials, design, and test methods for gloves worn to protect against chemicals, to ensure that the gloves provide adequate protection. Test results will include information on the materials' resistance to permeation, degradation, and penetration by chemicals. The standard is intended to ensure that gloves provide adequate protection against chemicals in the workplace.
EN ISO 6530:2005
EN ISO 6530:2005 is a standard that sets guidelines for testing the resistance of plastic materials to low-temperature impact. It defines low-temperature impact as the amount of force a plastic can withstand before breaking or showing damage at low temperature. It also sets performance requirements for how much impact a plastic should be able to withstand before showing signs of damage at low temperature. The test results will include the level of low-temperature impact on the plastic and whether it meets the performance requirements set by the standard.Liquid Penetration Class 3
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.
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