Lakeland Coveralls and Suits Are Used For Light Chemical Splash Or Flash Fire Protection.
Coveralls and Suits are made with varying layers of protective barrier for ultimate safety around chemicals or potential flash fires. Disposable, chemical resistant, and flame retardant, Coveralls and Suits bar contaminating flammables like paint, oil, and grease, hazardous liquids, dry particulates, and other harmful contaminants from penetrating to inner clothing. Pyrolon Coverall has attached hood, elastic face, wrists and attached boots. Light chemical splash protection, self extinguishing, Won't melt or drip. Can be used to comply with Section 5.1.3 End-User Requirements of NFPA 2113. Meets NFPA 2113 requirements. Suits are made with NFPA 1991 and CE type 1 requirements in tact and available in encapsulating and non-encapsulating configurations. Interceptor suits priovide protection against work with gas, vapor, aerosol, liquid, or particulate protection. Must be worn over thermally protective coveralls, such as woven Nomex, in environments where flash fire is a concern. Available in several styles and types.
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