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Work coveralls SAFE-SCREEN
5/6 typeanti-staticSMS

work coveralls
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Type of protection
5/6 type, anti-static
SMS, polypropylene
asbestos, agriculture
Other characteristics
with hood, breathable, zippered, disposable


LINEA_1: DISPOSABLE CLOTHING CATEGORY III TYPE: coverall STANDARD: EN 1073-2:2002, EN 1149-5:2008, EN 13034:2005+A1:2009, EN ISO 13688:2013, EN ISO 13982-1:2004+A1:2010 DESCRIPTION: 3-pieces hood with elastic around the opening, elasticated cuffs, ankles and waist, nylon zip with adhesive flap COMPOSITION: 100% polypropylene - SMS GRAMMAGE: 55 g/m² COLOUR: K0 white AREA OF USE: agriculture, asbestos disposal, ATEX environment, chemical industry, garbage disposal, pharmaceutical industry, police, treatment of waste water PACKAGING: quantity per carton: 25 pieces single packed GENDER: MAN PERFORMANCE E PLUS: NON METAL DETECTABLE SIZES: S-2XL ( EU ), XS-XL (E), S-2XL (F), S-2XL (UK-US) SAFE-SCREEN The acronym SMS (Spunbond - Meltblown - Spunbond) indicates the three layers composing this fabric. SPUNBOND provides a good tensile strength and better softness, while MELTBLOWN has a texture with high-density thin fibres that increase the filtering level. The SMS fabric provides great breathability performances that reduce the thermal stress of the user. - The garment protects against solid particles and splashes of chemical substances (Type 5/6); - EN 1073-2 approved for the protection against radioactive dusts; - The design of the garment makes the user's movement easier; - Zip with self-adhesive flap for a greater protection against the pollutant; - Elasticated hood, cuffs, waist and ankles, for a better adherence of the garment and an increased barrier effect against the pollutant.
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