These coveralls protect workers from hazardous dry particulates and hazardous light-chemical splash and spray. Dry particulates are larger in size than aerosols and include dust and dirt. Garments that provide light-chemical splash and spray resistance protect against inorganic acids, bases, and salts and are worn when cleaning tanks or hazardous waste cleanup when liquid jet streams are encountered. Coveralls are a single garment worn over personal clothing that protects the worker's front, back, arms, and legs. Continuous coverage prevents particles and aerosols from entering at the waist as can happen when wearing a separate shirt and pant.
|ANSI/Duty Rating||:||AATCC 127; ASTM F1671; AATCC 76; ASTM D5034; ASTM D5733; ASTM D3787; ASTM D2582; 16 CFR 1610; ISO 13982-2; ISO 11092|
|Closure Type||:||Storm Flap; Two-Way Zipper|
|Fabric Weight||:||65 g/sq m|
|Resists||:||Bloodborne Pathogen; Non-Hazardous Dry Particulates; Non-Hazardous Liquid Splash; Non-Hazardous Liquid Spray|