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DuPont Tychem C Chemical Disposable Coverall

DuPont Tychem C Chemical Disposable Coverall

DuPont Tyvek

Coverall with hood. Stitched and over-taped seams. Thumb loops. Elastification at wrists, ankles, face and waist. Self-adhesive double zipper flap and chin flap.

Code: TYCHEMC

DuPont Tyvek

£16.19 Each (ex. VAT)

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DuPont Tychem C Chemical Disposable Coverall

Hooded coverall. Available in bright Yellow for high visibility. Elasticated face, wrists, waist and ankles for an optimal fit, thumb loops prevent sleeves from riding up. Self-adhesive chin flap for tight seal of suit to face-masks. Made from a lightweight and durable fabric (<450g), Tychem C garments utilize the strength of Tyvek and a polymeric barrier coating to offer good permeation barrier protection against a wide range of inorganic chemicals and biological hazards (even under pressure). Tychem C is used for splash or pressurized splash protection in a variety of industrial environments, including pulp and paper manufacturing, food processing, chemical processing, and pharmaceutical manufacturing. Chemical protective clothing Category III, Type 3B, 4, 5 and 6 EN 14126 (barrier to infective agents), EN 1073-2 (protection against radioactive contamination) Antistatic treatment (EN 1149-5) - on inside Stitched and over-taped seams with barrier tape for protection and strength. Self-adhesive double zipper flap closure system for secure protection. Sizes S-XXXL.

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Manufacturer DuPont Tyvek
Manufacturer Code TYCHEMC

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