Protective coverall against hazardous materials
Main Use Areas
5/6 model protective coveralls of type KEEP protect workers against hazardous material particles (type 5) as well as against chemical liquid splashes (Type 6).
Typical areas of application: Machine/vehicle maintenance, spray painting, food processing, woodworking, food industry, storage, asbestos work, insulation work, cement production, grinding and polishing...
It is also ideal for all work at home where protection is required (painting work, work with mould, etc.)Facts
- One-piece hooded design: With one piece hooded 3d cut and elastic band around the face opening, the hood can better fit the shape of face and enhance the protection effect.
- Seam sealed tape workmanship: Each seam is sealed with tape, and the waist is applied with an internal elastic band, which better enhance the seam protection and the fitness of the suit.
- Elastic cuffs: The cuff of hands, feet and hood uses an internal elastic band to further enchance tightness and protection.
- Fabric description: The protective suit is made of PP spunbond non-woven fabric laminated with PE film (laminated polypropylene). The raw material is high in strength, soft in touch, skin-friendly, comfortable to wear, and strong in antistatic performance. It has good anti-infiltration performance, high filtering efficiency, surface moisture resistance, strength and air permeabilty, which allows it to effectively prevent dust and water.
Restrictions Of Use
- Body height: for 164 - 175 cm and chest circumference 84 - 100 cm
- Double closure: zip + disposable adhesive strip. Note: if the suit is to be used more than once, use the zip only and do not use the disposable adhesive strip
- Certificate EN 13982-1:2004+A1:2010 The standard specifies the minimum requirements for chemical protective clothing resistant to penetration by airborne solid particles. Additional partial body protection may be required such as hoods, gloves, boots, visors or respiratory protective equipment.
- Certificate EN 13034:2005+A1:2009 Protective clothing against liquid chemicals - Performance requirements for chemical protective clothing offering limited protective performance against liquid chemicals (Type 6 and Type PB  equipment)
- Certificate EN 1149-5:2018 Protective clothing - Electrostatic properties - Part 5: Material performance and design requirements (Endorsed by Asociación Española de Normalización in November of 2018.)
- Certificate EN 14126:2003+AC:2004 Protective clothing - Performance requirements and tests methods for protective clothing against infective agents
- Certificate CE 2163
The user is the sole responsible and shall take the final decision regarding the usability for any application of the 5/6 model protective coverall of type KEEP.
- Attention should be paid when removing the coveralls exposed to liquid or dirty and the contact with hazardous materials should be avoided.
- It is not designed for extreme hazardous conditions and toxic chemical substances.
- The coverall's seams do not constitute a barrier against infectious substances and are not protective.
- In case that the coverall is used in combination with other personal protective products, it is necessary to tie the cuffs to the gloves, the wristbands to the boots and the respiratory device to the hood. The user is the sole decision maker regarding the conformity of the combination.
- It is absolutely necessary for the person wearing the coverall to be properly grounded. The resistance between the person and the ground should be less than 108 ohm. These conditions can easily be created by wearing the appropriate shoes.
- If the characteristics of the clothing are not considered, wearing the chemical protective clothing can create a heat stress. The product life cycle and the effect of the working environment on the usage comfort should be planned in advance. Appropriate underwear measures will help to reduce the heat stress.