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Disposable Coverall

Disposable Protective Coverall type 5B + 6B

Disposable Protective Coverall type 5B + 6B

EU Produktion

The working environment is full of dangers and risks for the worker. In many areas of industry and healthcare, personal protective equipment is essential to protect yourself and the environment from many health hazards and safety risks. The decision to cover the entire body depends on the work design and work environment.

The disposable protective suit was developed for all work environments against hazardous and non-hazardous chemicals. The coverall is suitable for protecting the more expensive primary clothing from damage.

Complying with a range of international standards and classifications, the disposable coverall deliver protection from an entry-level Type 5/6 basic suit all the way through to Type 1 gas-protective clothing.


These white disposable coveralls feature protection from hazardous dust and liquid aerosol. This Type 5/6 disposable coverall has a high level of comfort together with promoting air permeability.

The set consists of coveralls and protection for shoes made of non-woven polypropylene textile material covered with a polyethylene foil.

Such risks may cause serious and irreversible harm to the user’s health and the immediate effects of which the user, presumably, cannot identify the insufficient time.

Typical applications include:

  • • Asbestos handling and removal
  • • “Dry” applications in fibreglass manufacturing
  • • Boatbuilding
  • • Windblade or similar manufacturing environments
  • • Wood and plastic processing
  • • Insulation handling and removal
  • • General manufacturing and maintenance
  • • Low level / low hazard sprays

The regulation further specifies the coveralls into 6 types of suits.

  • Type 1: Gas Tight Suits (EN 943 part 1)
    • Protects against liquid and gaseous chemicals. More or less equivalent to US level A.
      • Type 1a: Self-contained breathing apparatus wore on the inside.
      • Type 1b: Self-contained breathing apparatus worn on the outside.
      • Type 1c: Air supply via a compressed-air hose system.
  • Type 2: Non-gas Tight Suits (EN 943 part 1)
    • Type 2: Non-gas Tight Suits (EN 943 part 1)
  • Type 3: Liquid Tight Suits. (EN 14605)
    • Protects against liquid chemicals for a limited period.
  • Type 4: Spray Tight Suits (EN 14605)
    • Protects against liquid chemicals for a limited period. More or less equivalent to US level C.
  • Type 5: Particulate suits (EN ISO 13982-1)
    • Protects against airborne dry particulates for a limited period.
  • Type 6: Reduced Spray Tight Suits (EN 13034)
    • Protects against a light spray of liquid chemicals. More or less equivalent to US level D.

The coverall is provided with a zipper, elastic cuffs / ankles, hood, flap for securing the area with a zipper.

The shoe protection is made of the same material and is additionally attached, they are provided with elastic at the top and with adjustable fastening cords.

The seams are sealed with heat-sealed tape preventing the penetration of highly pathogenic biological agents and liquid chemicals through these areas. The garment provides protection against biological agents, liquid chemicals, solid particulates and particulate radioactive contamination.

  • Effective protection against hazardous dry particles and light liquid sprays
  • disposable coverall providing a highly breathable suit
  • Super-B style design – this coverall has been developed for a superior fit, wearability and durability

Disposable coveralls intended to protect the user against following high level risks:

  • hazardous substances and mixtures
  • environments, where can be observed oxygen deficiency
  • harmful biological elements
  • high-pressure jets
  • drowning
  • ionizing radiation
  • electric shock
  • high-temperature environments (+100 °C)
  • low-temperature environments (– 50 °C or less)

The Signs and Symbols for PPE

hazard type4 TYPE 4 EN 14605 Liquid Jet Suits Splash-proof protection
Suits are approved for the saturation of a liquid that can condense on the suit. The suits must have welded seams.
Penetration testing has to be conducted according to EN 369 to provide information on protection in relation to individual chemicals, EN 14605
Type 4B protects against biologically contaminated particles
EN 14126
hazard type5 Type 5: EN ISO 13982-1 Particulate Suits Protect against harmful substances, EN 13982, Type 5B protects against biologically contaminated particles EN 14126
hazard type6 TYPE 6 EN 13034 Reduced Spray Suits Limited splash-proof protection.
Protect when there is a risk of splashing on the suit, EN 13034
Type 6B protects against biologically contaminated particles
EN 14126
en_14126 EN 14126 Against Biological Hazards Protects against biologically contaminated particles EN 14126
en_1073-2 Protects against radioactive particle contamination in accordance with EN 1073-2 (not against radioactive radiation).
kat_3 Category III The protective suit meets the following EN standards:

  • Production according to ISO: 9001:2015
  • CE Category III PPE Regulation (EU) 2016/425
  • TYPE 5 EN ISO 13982-1: 2004 + A1 Protection against solid particles
  • TYPE 4 EN 14605:2005 + A1:2009: Protection against limited liquid chemicals
  • EN14126:2003/AC:2004, Type 4B, 5B, 6B: Protection against infectious agents
  • EN1073-2 2002: Class 1 protection against radioactive contamination
  • EN ISO 13688: General requirements for protective clothing
  • EN 14325: protective clothing against chemicals.

Packaging on request.