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ChemMAX® 1 Polycoat Hooded Coveralls with Elastic Ankles and Wrists

Item # 182745

ChemMAX 1 Polycoat Hooded Coveralls provide tough protection to help keep harmful chemicals from ever reaching your skin or inner clothing

VERSATILE USE - Ideal for barnyard cleanup, low-toxicity chemical and pesticide handling, working with inorganic acids and bases, and food processing
LIGHTWEIGHT - Weighs only 2.29 oz./yd2. - you'll forget you're wearing it!
EXTRA PROTECTION - Elastic wrists and ankles provide a snug fit for better protection from moisture and contaminants, yet allow room for gloves and footwear
EASY INSIDE ACCESS - Easily access your inner clothing with the zipper-closure front

ChemMAX 1 Polycoat Hooded Coveralls are made from a polyethylene barrier film and continuous-filament, nonwoven polypropylene - giving you tough protection against low- to moderate-toxicity chemicals. Bound-seam construction is ideal for light chemical splashes. Sold individually. Yellow color.

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See coverall sizing chart to select proper size.
NOTE: Coveralls run short through the back. If in doubt, order one size larger.
SURCHARGE NOTE: Sizes 3XL-4XL have a $2 surcharge, which will be added at checkout.
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.

2018 Reference Guide: Page 71

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