Kimberly Clark A70 Coveralls - Hood, Elastic Wrists & Ankles, Pack of 12
Surcharge Note: Sizes 3XL-4XL have a $10/pkg. surcharge, which will be added at checkout.
- EPA Level A and B protection*
- Use when pesticide label calls for long-sleeve shirt, pants or coveralls
- Meets requirements for chemical-resistant headwear
- Protection from dry particulates, liquid splashes and pressurized liquid sprays
- Bound seams for extra protection
Coveralls are made from non-woven, 1.5-mil polyethylene fabric with a film-laminated exterior and comfortable, clothlike interior. Suitable for hazardous-waste remediation, acid/caustic handling, tank cleaning and more. Zipper front, taped storm flap and hood, plus elastic wrists and ankles. Yellow color. Pack of 12. Imported. Specify Men’s size: M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL or 4XL from selection box above.
*EPA Level A protection should be used when a high concentration of vapors, gases, or particulates is present and when there's a high potential for splash, immersion, or exposure to vapors, gases, or particulates that are harmful to skin or can be absorbed through the skin. Coveralls alone are not sufficient for total Level A protection. Check product labels for respiratory-, face-, hand- and foot-protection requirements.
EPA Level B protection should be used when vapors and gases are not suspected of containing high levels of chemicals harmful to skin or capable of being absorbed through the skin. Coveralls alone are not sufficient for total Level B protection. Check product labels for respiratory-, face-, hand- and foot-protection requirements.
WARNING: There are environments and uses for which these coveralls are unsuitable. It is the responsibility of the user to review available data to verify that the garment is appropriate for the intended use and meets all government and industry standards. Avoid open flame or intense heat.
NOTE: Due to the thousands of pesticide formulations available today, it’s impossible to determine if a particular garment protects against a specific chemical. Therefore, we recommend testing the clothing against the chemical before using.
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See coverall sizing chart to select proper size.
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