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DuPont Tyvek 800J Liquid Tight Disposable Coverall

DuPont Tyvek 800J Liquid Tight Disposable Coverall

DuPont Tyvek

Stitched and over-taped seams for protection and strength, Tyvek® zipper and zipper flap for enhanced protection, Additional taping of cuffs, ankles, hood and zipper flap are required to achieve a type 3 liquid tightness. Face, wrist and ankle elastication for good fit.

Code: 800J

DuPont Tyvek

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DuPont Tyvek 800J Liquid Tight Disposable Coverall

DuPont™ Tyvek® 800 J, model CHA5. Hooded coverall available in white. Robust yet lightweight (<300g). Self-adhesive zipper flap. Self-adhesive chin flap for tight seal of suit to mask. Elasticated face, wrists and ankles as well as glued-in waist elastic. Thumb loops to prevent sleeves from riding up. Tyvek® 800 garments provide an ideal balance of protection, durability and comfort. They benefit from the use of a specific 'impervious technology' to achieve an effective barrier against many low-concentrated water-based inorganic chemicals (even under pressure) and small-sized hazardous particulates, as well as oil repellency. The fabric is antistatically treated. Silicon non-added. Applications for Tyvek® 800 J garments include those in very humid applications requiring chemical, liquid protection and/or oil repellency. Typical activities include industrial cleaning, work at petrochemical installations, in sewers and maintenance operations.

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Manufacturer DuPont Tyvek
Manufacturer Code 800J

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