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6203 Zurich Chemflex Green Flame Retardant Chemical Coveral

6203 Zurich Chemflex Green Flame Retardant Chemical Coveral


The Zurich coverall with zipper and double flap and touch and close fastening offers excellent protection against chemicals, oil and grease. Moreover, the flame-retardant and anti-static fabric is remarkably flexible and supple. The coverall has a fixed hood and elastic wind cuffs in the sleeves and at the ankles. For your comfort, the waist is elastic and the sleeves and leg ends can be narrowed. For extra durability, the knees have been reinforced. In short: the ideal protection coverall.

Code: 688111


£109.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£131.99 inc. VAT Was: £126.95 (ex. VAT)
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6203 Zurich Chemflex Green Flame Retardant Chemical Coveral

Fixed hood. Zip closure under double flap with touch and close fastening. Raglan sleeves. Sleeve and ankle narrowing by touch & close fastening. Knee reinforcement. Elasticated waist, and elasticated wind cuff in sleeves and ankles. EN ISO 14116:2015 / IND.1; EN1149-5:2008; EN14605:2005+A1:2009 Type3 / 4; EN 343:2003+A1:2007 Class 3-1; EN ISO 13688:2013.

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Manufacturer Sioen
Manufacturer Code 6203A2B07

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