Dupont Tychem 2000 Coveralls

Dupont Tychem 2000 Coveralls

$42.90 inc GST

Disposable Chemical Protection Coverall Tychem 2000 C, Type 3/4/5/6. Category III.

Chemical protective clothing ideal for spraying chemicals where direct pressurised spray or prolonged exposure to direct spray may occur.

Dupont Tychem 2000 C is the leading market standard for protection in this category.

A non-breathable specialised polymeric coating, providing operator with maximum safety against direct chemical spray.

Sizes Available: M, L, XL, XXL – refer to sizing chart below for guidance.

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  • Hooded Coverall.
  • Ergonomic-Protective Design.
  • Protective seams, stitched and over-taped with barrier-tape, providing performance equal to that of the fabric.
  • Elasticated Wrist, Ankles and Face.
  • Elasticated Waist (glued in).
  • Thumb loops prevent sleeves riding up.
  • Self-adhesive chin flap for tight seal of suit to face masks.
  • Double self-adhesive zipper flag offers high level of protection.
  • Yellow.
  • Type 3-B: Protection against liquid (EN14605:2005 + A1:2009)
  • Type 4-B: Protection against liquid spray (EN14605:2005 + A1:2009)
  • Type 5-B: Protection against airborne particles (EN ISO 13982-1:2004 + A1:2010
  • Type 6-B: Protection against liquid chemical splash (EN 13034:2005 + A1:2009


Type 3: Protection against Liquid

Type 3 coveralls protect the wearer against liquids. They are able to withstand strong, directional jets of liquid. They are tested by having strong jets of liquid blasted at weak points on the suit (seam joins, zip fastenings). Because of these testing requirements, suits of this nature require a barrier fabric and sealed seams. Type 3 suits have a subcategory of classes which is determined by testing their breakthrough time; the amount of time it takes for liquid to enter the suit. Only a minuscule fraction of liquid is permitted to enter before it is deemed a failure.


Type 4: Protection against Liquid Spray

Type 4 coverall suits offer protection against liquid spray and the saturation of liquids. Testing of this Type of coverall is similar to the testing carried out on Type 3 suits, however, in this test, the liquid is applied to the suit using less pressure and is then allowed to pool on and saturate the suit. During the test, the garment is subject to a shower of liquid over one minute while the subject wearing the suit rotates on a turntable. As with Type 3, this type of coverall requires welded seams so that no liquid can permeate through the suit and onto the wearer.


Type 5: Protection against Airborne Particles

Type 5 coverall suits protect the wearer against dust and dry particles. Type 5 coveralls are tested by having a subject perform exercise on a treadmill while a spray cabin is filled with dust. Particle counters inside the suit then calculate the inward leakage (the amount of dust that enters the suit). They are suitable for industrial cleaning, site preparation and handling insulation. They are also suitable for asbestos and silica protection. When dealing with hazardous materials such as asbestos and silica dust, it is important that workers have completed risk assessments and are wearing the correct clothing to avoid the risk of contamination.


Type 6: Protection against Liquid Chemical Splash

Type 6 coveralls protect the wearer against light spray and splashes. They are similar to Type 3 and Type 4 suits however they are tested with a light spray of liquid which is not permitted to build up on the suit. In this instance, the subject rotates on a turntable as four nozzles spray liquid onto the suit and afterwards the inside of the suit is checked for any penetration. Dependent on the testing criteria and the amount of liquid inside the suit, it will be classed as a pass or a fail. They offer the lowest level of protection and should only be worn in low risk environments.


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