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Kimberly Clark A40 Type 5/6 Disposable Coverall

Kimberly Clark A40 Type 5/6 Disposable Coverall

Kimberly-Clark

Type 5/6 coverall for protection against chemical splash and particles. Suitable for process critical production such as pharmaceutical industries, manufacturing, utilities, electronics, agriculture and paint spraying.Strong triple stitched seams help protect against tearing. Hood designed for respirator use and freedom of movement. Full length zip, eases ability to get in/out of garment.

Code: A40

Kimberly-Clark

£5.39 Each (ex. VAT)

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Kimberly Clark A40 Type 5/6 Disposable Coverall

Type 5/6 coverall for protection against chemical splash and particles. Suitable for process critical production such as pharmaceutical industries, manufacturing, utilities, electronics, agriculture and paint spraying. Film laminate technology provides an outstanding barrier against a wide range of chemicals, Particle protection, and holds out 99% of fibres greater than 1 micron. Strong triple stitched seams help protect against tearing. Hood designed for respirator use and freedom of movement. Full length zip, eases ability to get in/out of garment. Ultra low-lint performance, film laminate and internal seams significantly reduce levels of 'lint' Anti-static fabric EN 1149-1 for critical areas. Silicone free, ideal for paint-spraying. EN 1073-2 approved for radioactive dust protection. Compressed packaging provides auto-dispensing system and reduces storage space. Sealed polybags for low contamination risk. Size M - XXL

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Manufacturer KIMBERLY CLARK
Manufacturer Code A40

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