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3M Premium Type 5/6 Disposable Coverall

3M Premium Type 5/6 Disposable Coverall

3M

The 3M 4540+ is a highly versatile protective coverall which is mostly made from a unique microporous PE laminate, designed to be softer and drape better over the body. It is designed to offer an excellent barrier to particles and limited liquid splash but it also features a breathable SMMMS back panel. Type 5/6.

Code: 4540

3M

£5.09 Each (ex. VAT)

£6.11 inc. VAT
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£4.69 25+ (save £10.00+)
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3M Premium Type 5/6 Disposable Coverall

Laminated microporous material, offering excellent robustness and low linting properties. Breathable back panel for improved air circulation and reduced heat stress. Excellent protection against hazardous dusts (including nuclear particles) and limited liquid chemical splash protection (type 5/6). Knitted cuffs for wearer comfort. 3-panel hood for improved fit. Elasticated hood, ankles and waist. Category III, type 5 & 6.

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Manufacturer 3M
Manufacturer Code 4540+

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