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The ChemDefend® 310 series of garments are constructed from a unique nonwoven composite which has been engineered to offer a high level of barrier to the permeation of inorganic chemicals and infective agents. The material provides a good level of comfort, strength and durability. A polyethylene barrier layer is combined with a meltblown polypropylene film, bonded onto a structural spunbonded polypropylene base layer. This construction provides an excellent barrier to liquids under high pressure.

ChemDefend® 310 coverall range is constructed to offer optimum body fit, with generous use of fabric in the underarms, chest and waist, allowing comfortable, 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. This includes a wide protective zip flap with an integrated chin flap.

The garment is based on sealed taped- seam technology, where the seams have the same chemical permeation barrier as the whole suit.

Additionally, all the elastication within the coverall is fully bound and enclosed, to assist comfort and also reduce the shedding of any threads and potential contaminant from the coverall into a production process.

EN1073-2:2003 – Protective clothing against radioactive particulate contamination.

EN1149-5:2008 – Protective clothing with electrostatic dissipative properties.

EN14126:2003 – Protective clothing against infective agents and biological hazards.

Type 3 – EN 14605+A1:2009 – Suits that can protect against strong and directional jets of hazardous liquid chemicals.

Type 4 – EN 14605+A1:2009 – Suits that offer protection against saturation from hazardous liquid chemicals.

Type 5 – EN ISO 13982-1:2004+A1:2010 – Dry particle protection – suits which provide protection to the full body against airborne solid particles.

The product range is available in sizes Small to 3XL and a range of styles to suit different applications.

Models 055, 036 and 046 with a complex zip and flap system PASS EN ISO 17491-3:2008 Type 3 Jet Spray Test and EN ISO 17491-4:2008 Type 4 Saturation Spray Test, without the need to tape down the zip flap system.

Fabric Description

Polyethylene Barrier material applied to a meltblown and spunbonded polypropylene structural layer.

Fabric
Fabric Weight
70 gsm
Seam Type

Internal stitching which is overtaped the fabric and seam deliver equivalent barrier properties.

Seam
Colour Options
Yellow and White

Suitable Applications

  • Industrial Cleaning
  • General Sanitation
  • Sewage and Biohazards
  • Petrochemical

Available Models

Part Number Fabric Description
310Y/005/TT/__/STD ChemDefend® 310 Coverall with 3-piece hood, thumbs loops elasticated wrists, waist and ankles. 2-way front zipper with enlarged re-sealable storm flap.
310Y/035/TT/__/STD ChemDefend® 310 Coverall with collar, elasticated wrists, waist and ankles, 2 way zipper with enlarged re-sealable storm flap and attached thumb loops.
310Y/045/TT/__/STD ChemDefend® 310 Coverall with 3- piece hood and attached socks, elasticated wrists, waist and ankles, 2 way zipper with enlarged re-sealable storm flap, attached thumb loops.
310Y/055/TT/_/STD ChemDefend® 310 Coverall with 3-piece hood. With Internal and external zips , 2 seperate zip flaps sealed at base, double cuffs with integrated thumb loops, re inforced knees and crotch and fully enclosed elastication.
310Y/036/TT/_/STD ChemDefend® 310 Coverall with collar. With Internal and external zips , 2 seperate zip flaps sealed at base, double cuffs with integrated thumb loops, re inforced knees and crotch and fully enclosed elastication.
310Y/046/TT/_/STD ChemDefend® 310 Coverall with 3-piece hood and attached socks. With Internal and external zips , 2 seperate zip flaps sealed at base, double cuffs with integrated thumb loops, re inforced knees and crotch and fully enclosed elastication.

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.

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EN14325:2004 Fabric Physical Performance

Fabric Physical Tests according to EN 14325: 2004
Test Method Result EN Class
Abrasion Resistance EN530 Method 2 >100 <500 cycles 2 of 6
Flex ISO 7854 Method B >1,000 < 2,500 cycles 1 of 6
Tear Resistanance EN ISO 9073-4 (MD) 85.5 N 4 of 6
Tear Resistanance EN ISO 9073-4 (CD) 39.1 N 2 of 6
Tensile Strength ISO 13934-1 (MD) 140.0 N 3 of 6
Tensile Strength ISO 13934-1 (CD) 61.0 N 2 of 6
Puncture Resistance EN 863 11.0 N 2 of 6

Additional Fabric Performance Data

EN13688:2013 Protective Clothing General Requirements.Other Physical Performance Data
Description Result
EN 20811 Resistance to Water Penetration >22 kPa
ISO 13938-1 Bursting Resistance 61.6 kPa Class 1 of 6
EN 25978 Resistance to Blocking No Blocking
EN 1149-5: 2008 Electrostatic Surface Resistance

PASS

Half Decay t50= 0.05s

EN13688:2013 Protective Clothing General Requirements.

EN ISO 3071:2005 pH aqueous extract

PASS

EN14362-1 Arylamines derived from prohibited azo dyes None detected

Permeation Data

CHEMICAL PERMEATION DATA Tests
Chemical CAS Number Generic MDPR BDT SBT (Minutes) NBT(Minutes) EN
Representation µg/cm2/min Minutes 0.1µg/cm2/min 1.0µg/cm2/min Class
Acetone (99.9 wt%)* 67-64-1 Ketone 0.02 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Acetonitrile (99.99 wt%)* 75-05-8 Nitrile Compound 0.02 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Allyl Glycidyl Ether (99.9 wt%)* 106-89-3 Organic Compound 0.05 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Ammonia Hydroxide (25% wt%) 1336-21-6 Aqueous Ammonia 0.04 <1 <1 <2 0
Acrylic Acid (90%v/v) 79-10-7 Unsaturated Organic Acid 0.05 7 11 51 2 of 6
Benzyl Chloride (99.7 wt%)* 100-44-7 Organochlorine 0.03 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Diesel Fuel (>99wt%) 68334-30-5 Hydrocarbon Liquid 0.05 6 8 16 1 of 6
Epichlorhydrin (99.9wt%)* 106-89-8 Organochlorine 0.02 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Formic Acid (>90wt%) 64-18-6 Carboxylic Acid 0.005 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Hydrochloric Acid (37wt%) 7647-01-0 Inorganic Acid 0.05 183 381 425 5 of 6
Hydroflouric Acid (48-51wt%)* 7664-39-3 Inorganic mineral acid 0.03 36 372 >480 6 of 6
Hydroflouric Acid (58-62wt%)*# 7664-39-3 Inorganic mineral acid 0.03 9 88 4195 of 6
Isopropyl Alcohol (99.99 wt%)* 67-63-0 Secondary Alcohol 0.02 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Isopropylamine (>99.00 wt%)* 75-31-0 Amine 0.05 2 2 3 0
Kerosene 8008-20-6 Hydrocarbon Liquid EBT >480mins
Methanol (99.99 wt%)* 67-56-1 Primary Alcohol 0.06 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Nitric Acid (60wt%) 7697-37-2 Inorganic mineral acid 0.03 5 353 >480 6 of 6
Phenol (liquified 89% in water) 108-95-02 Aromatic Organic 0.02 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Phosphoric Acid (>85wt%) 7664-38-2 Inorganic Acid 0.05 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Potassium Hydroxide (80%wt%) 1310-58-3 Inorganic alkali 0.005 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Potassium Chromate (15w/v%) 7789-00-06 Soluble Chromium VI 0.005 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Potassium Chromate (60w/v%) 7789-00-06 Soluble Chromium VI 0.005 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Sodium Hydroxide (48wt%)* 1310-73-2 Inorganic alkali >480 6 of 6
Sodium Hypochlorite (10-15% Active Cl)* 7681-52-9 Liquid Bleach 0.05 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Sulphuric Acid (98 wt%)* 7664-93-9 Inorganic mineral acid >480 6 of 6
Tetramethylammonium OH (25.0 wt%)* 75-59-2 Quaternary Ammonia salt 0.06 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
Titanium Tetrachloride (99.5wt%) 7550-45-0 Inorganic Volatile Liquid 0.08 - 27 0
Titanyl Chloride (<32wt%) 13780-39-7 Reducing Agent 0.08 >480 >480 >480 6 of 6
MDPR = Minimum Detectable Permeation Rate
BDT = Breakthrough detection time ( first appearance at the minimum detectable permeation rate) ASTM F739-12
SBT = standardized breakthrough time (at 0.1 ug/cm2/min). ASTM F739-12
NBT = Normalized breakthrough time (at 1.0 ug/cm2/min). EN 16523-1:2015
The permeation data published have been generated for ChemDefend Co Ltd by independent accredited testing laboratories according to the specified test methods.
The data is typically the average of three fabric samples tested unless otherwise stated
* Denotes tests also carried out on seam and results equivalent to or greater than material, only, test results.
# Denotes mean of six measured samples.

Whole Suit Performance

Whole Suit Results
Test Method Description

Result

EN ISO 13982-2 Method B Type 5 Particulate Inward Leakage*

PASS

TIL = 3.03 %

Ljmn, 82/90 ≤ 7.5%

Ls, 8/10 ≤ 3.8 %

EN ISO 17491-3:2008 Type 3 Jet Spray Test*# PASS
EN ISO 17491-4:2008 Method B Type 4 Saturation Spray Test*#

PASS

EN 1073-2:2002 Inward leakage test non-ventilated protective clothing against particulate radioactive contamination*

PASS

Class 1 of 3

NPF 31.25

TILE = 0.8/2.7/6.2 %

TILA = 3.2 %

EN ISO 13935-2 Seam Strength
120.0N
Class 3 of 6

*Whole suit tests performed with wrists, cuffs, ankles and hood taped to ancillary PPE with the zip flap sealed.

# Whole suit tests performed with wrists,cuffs and and ankles taped to ancillary PPE (- Models 055, 036 and 046 with complex zip and flap sytem only.)

TILE highest reading ( inward leakage) from the 3 exercises.

Barrier to Biological and Infective Agents

EN 14126: 2003 - Barrier to Infective Agents
Test Method Result EN Class
ISO 16603 - Resistance to penetration by blood/fluids under pressure Pass to 20kPa 6 of 6
SO 16604 - Resistance to penetration by blood borne pathogens Phi-X174 method Pass to 20kPa 6 of 6
EN ISO 22610 - Resistance to wet bacterial penetration (mechanical contact) Penetration >75 mins
No Penetration
6 of 6
ISO/DIS 22611 - Resistance to biologically contaminated aerosols Penetration Ratio
Log 10 CFU >5
No Penetration
3 of 3
ISO 22612 - Resistance to dry microbial penetration
Penetration Log
Log 10 CFU < 1
No Penetration
3 of 3
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