Tychem® C Chemical Resistant Coveralls/Overalls
- Stretch rubber thumb loops prevent sleeves from riding up when worn with protective gloves
- Lightweight, limited use Coveralls are ideal for use in the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, as well as petroleum, agrochemical, hazardous, decontamination and medical environments
- Anti-static material
- Available in bright yellow
- Choose the right size: L, M, XL, and XXL
- Tychem® chemical protective suits meet EN 14126:2003 requirements for protection against biological hazards
- 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.
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Good to know
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is used for a variety of applications. Fundamentally they provide protection against health and safety hazards that may exist in the workplace. But not all types of PPE offer protection across the board. There are different levels of PPE protection:
LEVEL A. This should be worn when the highest level of skin, respiratory, eye, and mucous membrane protection is needed. PPE under this level includes self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), fully encapsulating chemical protective suits, and chemical-resistant gloves and boots.
LEVEL B. Choose this if you need the highest level of respiratory protection but a lesser level of skin and eye protection. This is the recommended minimum level protection during initial site entries until hazards have been further identified and defined. A typical Level B ensemble includes an SCBA, chemical protective clothing such as a coverall or jacket, and chemical-resistant gloves and boots.
LEVEL C. Select this level when the type of airborne substance is known, concentration is measured, criteria for using air-purifying respirators are met, and skin and eye exposure is unlikely. For this level, you can use full-face, or half-mask, air-purifying respirators, chemical resistant clothing, and chemical-resistant gloves and boots.
LEVEL D. PPE under this level are primarily work uniforms that are issued for nuisance contamination only. Examples include coveralls, safety shoes/boots, and some types of gloves. This should not be worn on any site where respiratory or skin hazards exist.
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