Non-woven CPS coverall with hood TYPE 3/4/5/6, breathable, disposable, made of non-woven hot-dip galvanized material. It is waterproof, with durable seams and elastic hood, zipper, and velcro.
The hooded bodysuit is suitable for all jobs related to Viruses, Bacteria, Foods, Chemicals, Sprays, Dyes, and liquid particles. It is disposable and protects against radioisotopes, microorganisms, biological and industrial hazards.
The CPS non-woven coverall with hood belongs to the category of high protection forms, only if they are complying with the European standard EN 14126: 2003 / AC 2004 and are therefore suitable for biological hazards. (bacteria, viruses, etc.)
Receives heat from your body by transferring and prevents sweating. Offers a barrier quality against several low concentrated inorganic chemicals and particulates.
- Non-woven material
- Elastic hood
- Type 3/4/5/6
- Protective clothing category III
- Available sizes: Large, X-Large, 2XLarge
- According to European specifications: EN ISO13982-1: 2004-A1: 2010 (TYPE 5), EN13034: 2005-A1: 2009 (TYPE 6), EN 1149-5:2008, EN 14126: 2003/AC:2004, EN 465, EN 14605.
- Large: Chest 100-108cm, Height 174-182cm
- X-Large: Chest 108-116cm, Height 180-188cm
- 2XLarge: Chest 116-124cm, Height 186-194cm
EN 14605: Liquid jet proof (Type 3)
EN 465: Spray tight protective clothing is generally a coverall that protects against saturation of liquid chemicals. Both the fabric and the seams are rigorously tested where the volume of the liquid builds upon the suit, causing pools and rivulets. (Type 4)
EN 13982-1 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FOR USE AGAINST SOLID PARTICULATES:
Providing protection against airborne solid particulates (Type 5)(ISO 13982-1:2004)
EN 13034 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AGAINST LIQUID CHEMICALS
Providing protection against liquid chemicals (Type 6)
Requirements and test methods for non-ventilated protective clothing against particulate radioactive contamination.
EN 1149-5 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING ELECTROSTATIC PROPERTIES
This standard covers a test method for the measurement of the vertical electrical resistance of protective clothing.
EN 14126 PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS FOR PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AGAINST INFECTIVE AGENTS
This standard specifies requirements and test methods for re-usable and limited use of protective clothing.