Type 4/5/6 Microporous Film Laminated Disposable Coverall
Type 4/5/6 Nonwoven Microporous Film Laminated Disposable Coveralls. This series of disposable suits has passed EN1149-5 certification.Excellent liquid penetration resistance and barrier to fine particulates.
Type 5/6 Microporous Film Laminated Disposable Coverall
Type 5/6 Nonwoven Microporous Film Laminated Disposable Coveralls Features: One-piece coverall white color, with hood, zipper at front opening covered by a flap, know...
SFS Disposable Coveralls Heavy Duty
CN4015 Crown Name Group SFS disposable coveralls.Feature: Nonwoven at both sides. Passes EN14124 for protection against biological hazards and infective agents.
SFS disposable coveralls with shoe covers gloves and ffp3 respirator used together to provide effective human safety in a contaminated environment.
Nonwoven SMS Disposable Coverall with Reflective Strips
Our disposable nonwoven SMS coverall can provide protection against spray, liquid aerosol, air-borne solid p...
Simple products. For areas of 'minimal risk' which are not suitable to protect against any form of hazard. Such products are self-certified.
Intermediate products. For areas of specific risk i.e. mechanical risk. Such products will have CE-type test against European test methods and certificates by a notified body.
Complex products. For areas/applications that can seriously or irreversibly harm the health. Such products, in addition to the CE type test, will also have to be either produced under an approved quality system or be tested on an annual basis.
About Coverall Seam Options
1. Serged Seam A serged seam joins two pieces of material with a thread stitch that interlocks. This is an economical stitching method for general applications. This stitching method is generally not used for chemical protective clothing. It is more commonly used in clothing where dry particulates are of concern.
2. Bound Seam This seam joins two pieces of material with an overlay of similar material and is chain stitched through all of the layers for a clean finished edge. This provides increased holdout of liquids and dry particulates.
3. Heat-sealed with tape seam A heat-sealed seam is sewn and then sealed with heat-activated tape. This method provides liquid-proof seams and is especially useful for chemical protective clothing.