A range of coveralls based on the ChemDefend® 250 series but incorporating a breathable antistatically treated SMMS back panel, to maximize wearer comfort and reduce potential heat stress in more extreme working conditions.
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The ChemDefend® 255 range of protective coveralls are constructed from the latest generation of microporous polyethylene barrier film, glued to a lightweight but strong, spunbonded polypropylene structural layer. This delivers a durable and breathable material, with excellent barrier and repellency of liquid chemicals in the front of the coverall. The material is coated with an electrostatic dissipative layer.
ChemDefend® 255 range incorporates a back panel of breathable antistatic SMMS to assist heat loss and evaporation of sweat when working in hotter conditions, where there is a danger of heat stress.
The ChemDefend® 255 range material is soft, quiet and drapable and the coverall is constructed to offer optimum body fit, with generous use of fabric in the underarms, chest and waist to allow comfortable and unrestricted freedom of movement.
The garment incorporates a number of key design features to assist in maximising protection, comfort and strength and to ease the donning and doffing process.
The garment uses a sealed seam, bound with a barrier material to maximixe the seam strength. This reduces the risk of any splitting or tearing in use and serves to improve the liquid and particle repellency of the coverall.
Additionally, all the elastication within the coverall is fully bound and enclosed to assist comfort and reduce the linting of any threads or potential contaminant from the coverall.
EN1073-2:2002 – Protective clothing against radioactive particulate contamination.
EN1149-5:2008 – Protective clothing with electrostatic dissipative properties.
Type 5 – EN ISO 13982-1:2004+A1:2010 – Dry particle protection – suits which provide protection to the full body against airborne solid particles.
Type 6 – EN13034:2005+A1:2009 – Reduced spray-suits which offer limited protection against a light spray of liquid chemicals.
The product range is available in sizes Small to 3XL and a range of styles to suit different applications.
All Fabric data relates to the microporous component of the coverall. For the physical performance data of the SMMS back panel please refer to ChemDefend® 110 fabric and material data. Note that the SMMS back panel provides no barrier to infective agents. When assesing the mechanical and physical performance characteristics of ChemDefend® 255 in accordance with EN14325:2004 always use the lowest Class performance figures of the two materials.
- Agriculture - pesticide mixing and handling
- Veterinary services
- Pharmaceutical mixing and handling
- Paint spraying
- General cleaning and clean up operations
|255W/002/BB/__/STD||ChemDefend® 250||Coverall with 3 piece hood, elasticated wrists, waist and ankles. 2-way zipper with re-sealable storm flap, Microporous PE laminate fabric with breathable SMMS back panel. Fully sealed and enclosed elastication. Attached thumb loops.|
EN14325:2004 Fabric Physical Performance
Data relating to the mechanical and physical performance characteristics of the materials used to construct ChemDefend® coveralls as specified and defined in EN14325:2004.
Additional Fabric Performance Data
Data relating to the mechanical and physical performance characteristics of the materials used to construct ChemDefend® coveralls but not defined in EN14325:2004. However this data is still helpful in assessing and selecting coveralls appropriate to a particular hazard or set of working conditions.
Whole Suit Performance
Data and results in relation to the barrier or protective performance of a garment in accordance with the European standards Type 5 EN ISO 13982-1+A1:2010, Type 6 EN ISO 13034+A1:2009 and Type 3 and 4 EN 14605+A1:2009. Also includes barrier to radioactive agents and the strength of the seams in the garment.
Penetration and Repellency
EN 6530 is a specific test designed to assess the liquid repellence and liquid penetration of materials used in ChemDefend® garments against 30% sulphuric acid, 10% sodium hydroxide, o-xylene and Butan-1-ol.
Barrier to Biological and Infective Agents
Data on the barrier and protective performance of materials used to construct ChemDefend® garments against virus, bacteria and other blood bourn pathogens as outlined in EN14126:2003.
White lab coat is sizes S-3XL with front zip fastener, breast pocket and bound seams.Model 250W/100/BB/#/##
White sleeveless apron in sizes 2XL with tie fastener.Model 250W/200/BB/E/##
White trousers with bound seams and elasticated waist and ankles in sizes S-3XL.Model 250W/300/BB/#/##
White jacket with hood and elasticated wrists, hood and waist hem, bound seams, size S-3XL.Model 250W/400/BB/#/##
White overshoes with elasticated opening and bound seams one size to fit size 42-46.Model 250W/500/BB/D/##
White overboots with tie fastening laces, elasticated opening and bound seams one size to fit size 42-46.Model 250W/600/BB/D/##
White bound oversleeves with elastication at both openings, bound seams.Model 250W/700/BB/D/##
Note: ChemDefend® does not give any warranties or make any representations about its coveralls other than those contained within the official literature supplied by ChemDefend® with each coverall. Risk analysis should be carried out by the user to select the appropriate PPE and it is the user's responsibility to select the correct combination of full body protective coverall and other equipment. The user will also need to determine how long a coverall can be worn for a particular use and/or exposure to a hazard, with regard it its protective performance, comfort and heat stress. Unless otherwise stated all test data relates to laboratory test data generated on fabrics only. Note that seams and closure systems may offer different, possibly lower chemical barrier protection.