Personnel Safety Workwear Coveralls
Keeping yourself safe in hazardous environments is more important than ever. With the right protective clothing, you can ensure that you remain safe and secure no matter where you are. For more than a century, General Electric has been producing some of the highest quality protective clothing on the market. Their products offer maximum protection against a wide range of environmental hazards, from extreme temperatures to hazardous chemicals. General Electric has the right protective clothing for any situation. Each product is designed to be comfortable and durable, so you can be sure you're free from restraint as well as being safe and protected.
The GE Microporous Protective Coveralls provide excellent protection against nonhazardous liquids and offer breathability in hot working environments. The coveralls feature a hood and boots made from 63 GSM Microporous Material, as well as a zipper flag and elastic waist for a secure and comfortable fit. With these coveralls, you can protect yourself and your clothing from material waste while working in a hazardous environment.
Types of Protective Work Clothes: Chemical/Hazmat, Liquid & Electrostatic Resistant Gear uses & examples
EN 14605 Type 3 protective clothing is designed to guard against direct or pressurized jets of liquid chemicals, providing coverage for the trunk, arms, and legs.
EN 14605 Type 4 protective clothing is designed to guard against saturated chemical splashes, providing coverage for the entire body, including the arms, legs, and trunk.
EN 14605 Type 5 protective clothing is designed to guard against airborne solid particles only; liquid chemicals and specific solid products in the form of dust should not be worn with this clothing.
EN 13034:2005 Type 6 protective clothing is designed to guard against a fine mist of liquid chemicals, providing coverage for the entire body, including the arms, legs, and trunk.
EN 1073-2 is a standard for protective clothing against contamination with radioactive particulates. It is designed to protect the wearer from radioactive particles and minimize contamination of the environment by the wearer. The clothing should be comfortable and adjustable, with seals and closures that minimize leakage of particles, and be produced from suitable materials.
EN 1073-2 is a standard for electrostatically resistant protective clothing. It is designed to provide protection against electrostatic discharge and minimize the risk of sparks caused by static electricity.
EN 14126 is a standard for protective clothing against infectious agents. It is designed to provide protection against biological and chemical hazards, such as bacteria, viruses, and other hazardous substances.
Other PPE - Personal Protective Equipment
Construction Gear offers all types of Personal Protective Equipment from General Electric to help you do your job safely, comfortably, and protected.