Chemical Protection & Cleanroom Products
DuPont Tyvek® 600 Plus Green. Hooded coverall. Stitched and over-taped seams. Thumb loops. Tunnelled elastication at wrists, ankles and face. Elasticated waist (glued-in). Tyvek® zipper. Self-adhesive zipper and chin flap. Green.
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Tyvek® 600 Green
Hooded coverall with elastics and thumb loops
Stitched and over-taped, green
100 per box, individually packed.
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DuPont Tyvek® 600 Plus Green. Hooded coverall available in green, in sizes XS to 7X (a white garment is also available). Robust yet lightweight (<250g per garment). Self-adhesive chin flap for tight seal of suit to the mask. Elasticated face, wrists and ankles as well as glued-in waist elastic. Elasticated thumb loops prevent sleeves from riding up.
Tyvek® garments are composed of flash spun high density polyethylene, providing an ideal balance of protection, durability and comfort. Tyvek® is permeable to both air and water vapour, yet repels water-based liquids and aerosols. It offers an excellent barrier against fine particles and fibres (down to 1 micron in size), is ultra-low-linting and antistatically treated. Silicon non-added.
Applications for Tyvek® 600 Plus garments include maintenance and dismantling jobs in the nuclear industry, pharmaceutical manufacturing or in research and biosecurity laboratories, as well as in medical applications and when exposed to biological hazards.
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Data relating to mechanical performance of the fabrics used in DuPont chemical protective clothing, listed for the selected garment according to the test methods and relevant European standard, if applicable. Such properties, including abrasion and flex-cracking resistance, tensile strength and puncture resistance can help in the assessment of protective performance.
|Abrasion Resistance 7||EN 530 Method 2||>100 cycles||2 of 6 1|
|Basis Weight||DIN EN ISO 536||44 g/m2||N/A|
|Exposure to high Temperature||N/A||Melting point ~135 °C||N/A|
|Exposure to low Temperature||N/A||Flexibility retained down to -73 °C||N/A|
|Flex Cracking Resistance 7||EN ISO 7854 Method B||>100000 cycles||6 of 6 1|
|Flex Cracking Resistance at -30°C||EN ISO 7854 Method B||>4000 cycles||N/A|
|Puncture Resistance||EN 863||16 N||2 of 6 1|
|Resistance to Water Penetration||DIN EN 20811||12 kPa||N/A|
|Tensile Strength (MD)||DIN EN ISO 13934-1||92 N||2 of 6 1|
|Tensile Strength (XD)||DIN EN ISO 13934-1||75 N||2 of 6 1|
|Thickness||DIN EN ISO 534||140 µm||N/A|
|Trapezoidal Tear Resistance (MD)||EN ISO 9073-4||26 N||1 of 6 1|
|Trapezoidal Tear Resistance (XD)||EN ISO 9073-4||19 N||1 of 6 1|
Information relating to the protective performance of a garment according to European standards where applicable. Includes important characteristics such as protection against radioactive contamination, seam strength and shelf life. Inward leakage and resistance to penetration by liquids, according to the relevant Type classification, are also detailed.
|Nominal protection factor 7||EN 1073-2||>50||2 of 3 3|
|Seam Strength||EN ISO 13935-2||>75 N||3 of 6 1|
|Shelf Life 7||N/A||10 years 6||N/A|
|Type 4: Resistance to Penetration by Liquids (High Level Spray Test)||EN ISO 17491-4, Method B||Pass||N/A|
|Type 5: Inward Leakage 11||EN ISO 13982-2||0.5 %||N/A|
|Type 5: Inward Leakage of Airborne Solid Particulates||EN ISO 13982-2||Pass||N/A|
|Type 6: Resistance to Penetration by Liquids (Low Level Spray Test)||EN ISO 17491-4, Method A||Pass||N/A|
The comfort of a protective garment during use is largely determined by its weight, its permeability to vapour and air (breathability) and insulating properties. Data on these attributes is provided according to test method and, as with other data, can be compared by garment.
|Air Permeability (Gurley method)||ISO 5636-5||55 s||N/A|
|Air Permeability (Gurley method)||ISO 5636-5||Yes||N/A|
|Thermal Resistance, Rct||EN 31092/ISO 11092||26.3*10-3 m2*K/W||N/A|
|Thermal Resistance, clo value||EN 31092/ISO 11092||0.170 clo||N/A|
|Water Vapour Resistance, Ret||EN 31092/ISO 11092||22.1 m2*Pa/W||N/A|
A specific test method, EN ISO 6530, is used to measure the indexes of penetration, absorption and repellency of protective clothing material exposed to liquid chemicals. Results listed here reflect the penetration resistance and repellency of DuPont fabrics to 30% sulphuric acid and 10% sodium hydroxide.
|Repellency to Liquids, Sodium Hydroxide (10%)||EN ISO 6530||>95 %||3 of 3 1|
|Repellency to Liquids, Sulphuric Acid (30%)||EN ISO 6530||>95 %||3 of 3 1|
|Resistance to Penetration by Liquids, Sodium Hydroxide (10%)||EN ISO 6530||<1 %||3 of 3 1|
|Resistance to Penetration by Liquids, Sulphuric Acid (30%)||EN ISO 6530||<1 %||3 of 3 1|
Detailed information on the protective performance (resistance to penetration) of DuPont clothing when exposed to biologically contaminated aerosols, liquids and dusts as well as blood, body fluids and blood-borne pathogens. Sorted by relevant European standard.
|Resistance to Penetration by Biologically Contaminated Aerosols||ISO/DIS 22611||Pass||1 of 3 2|
|Resistance to Penetration by Blood and Body Fluids using Synthetic Blood||ISO 16603||Pass||3 of 6 2|
|Resistance to Penetration by Blood-borne Pathogens using Bacteriophage Phi-X174||ISO 16604 Procedure C||No classification||No classification 2|
|Resistance to Penetration by Contaminated Liquids||EN ISO 22610||Pass||1 of 6 2|
|Resistance to Penetration by Contaminated Solid Particles||ISO 22612||Pass||1 of 3 2|