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DuPont Tychem F Chemical Disposable Coverall

DuPont Tychem F Chemical Disposable Coverall

DuPont Tyvek

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

Code: TYCHEMF

DuPont Tyvek

£20.69 Each (ex. VAT)

£24.83 inc. VAT
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DuPont Tychem F Chemical Disposable Coverall

Available in Grey for discretionary needs. 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. Tychem F garments are made from a lightweight and durable fabric (<500g) consisting of a proprietary barrier film laminated to a heavy duty Tyvek substrate. They offer excellent chemical permeation protection to an extensive range of chemicals, helping to protect personnel against numerous toxic industrial organic chemicals, highly concentrated inorganic chemicals (even under pressure), particulates, biohazards and chemical warfare agents. Tychem F is used for a broad range of applications from chemical spill clean-up, emergency response, to military and petrochemical applications. Chemical protective clothing Category III, Type 3-B, 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 TYCHEMF

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