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ProShield® 30 Chemical Resistant Coveralls

Excellent protection against airborne particulate chemicals
  • Hooded coveralls are made of micro-porous film on polypropylene fabric for efficient particle protection and repellency
  • Features hood, nylon zipper with zipper flap, elasticated waist, cuffs and ankles
  • Additional gusset fabric provides extra comfort for prolonged wear
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ProShield® 30 Chemical Resistant Coveralls

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ProShield® 30 Chemical Resistant Coveralls

  • Chemical resistant coveralls are ideal for short time exposure to oils or to colour and paint spraying
  • Ideal for hospitals, general maintenance, and other light-duty use
  • Available in 5 sizes from Small to 2X-Large
  • Zip front coveralls’ is CE Classified for Chemical Protective Clothing - Category lll Type 5 / 6
  • This product helps to reduce the spread of many viruses and germs, responsible for minor and major illnesses: Ebola, winter flu, gastric flu...Awareness of the risk factors and information on simple protection steps are effective measures to reduce the spread of many diseases in people.The risk of contagion can be limited by the use of personal protection equipment (mask, gloves, coveralls..) and the provision of relevant instructions.
  • In case of direct (with an infected person or bodily fluid) or indirect (contaminated objects) contact, hygiene and hand washing with an anti-bacterial gel should be part of the standard procedures.
Clothing Size L, M, S, XL, XXL.

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There are different types of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Each of these have specific applications and use requirements so it’s essential that employees understand its uses as well as importance. They include:

Head Protection. This includes industrial safety helmets, scalp protectors, and caps/ hair nets. This type of PPE is usually required in construction sites, tunnels or excavation areas.

Hearing Protection. Must be worn by employees who are likely to be exposed to noise at or above the Exposure Action Level. Some examples include earplugs which are inserted into the ear canal, earmuffs, and semi-inserts which cover the entrance to the ear canal.

Eye Protection. Workers who deal with power tools or hazardous substances are required to wear this type of PPE. Eye shields, safety goggles, safety spectacles, and face shields are some examples.

Foot Protection. This type is usually seen in demolition or construction sites. Workers are required to wear some form of foot protection such as safety boots or shoes and steel-toe cap footwear to protect from sharp or falling objects or anti-static and conductive footwear to protect workers from electric shock.

Hand and Arm Protection. Cuffs, armlets, gauntlets, gloves and barrier creams are some examples of this type of PPE. Workers who handle abrasives, sharp objects, or work with vibrating equipment such as pneumatic drills are required to wear this type of PPE.

Body Protection. These includes hooded coveralls, aprons, overalls, life jackets, harnesses, and back supports.

Respiratory Protection. These are either respirators that supply clean air, filters that clean contaminated air or dust masks that prevent the inhalation of airborne particulates. These types are usually worn when harmful dust, fumes, or vapours are present in the workplace.

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