P-DISPO, disposable polypropylene coverall protects the user’s torso, arms, legs and head from the hazards of fine particulate contact. Spunbond polypropylene is a light weight economical material that is suitable for minimal protection applications. This coverall has a low hold-out level on fluid resistance.
|31 × 24 × 3 cm
S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL
• Ensure that a visual inspection has been conducted prior to use – including checks for holes, tears, defective zippers and material faults. • This coverall is for single use only – do not launder for re-use. • Note that prolonged wearing of this suit may cause heat stress. • The nature of works as well as the work environment needs to be taken into consideration prior to use of this protective clothing. • In order to protect the whole body, it is advisable to wear protective gloves, boots and face protection together with this product.
Style: Disposable full body coverall with elasticated wrists, legs and waist, hooded and a nylon zipper front. Material: 50gsm Non-woven spunbond polypropylene.
|Cleaning & Maintenance
Not required as the suit is disposable, for once off use.
|Applications & Limitations
This product is meant to protect the head, body and legs from fine particles. This coverall is for single use only. Do not launder for re-use. WARNING: Avoid intense heat, direct naked flame, sparks or hot surfaces. These overalls begin to melt at 120°C.
|Putting On & Taking Off Method
• Pre-Use check: Before use the user must perform a visual inspection to ensure the clothing is in good condition. Always check for holes, tears, material breaches and incomplete seams before wearing the coverall to ensure maximum protection. Do not use the coverall if the zipper or zipper covers are faulty or if the elastic bands are loose. Do not use incorrectly sized coveralls and refer to size chart to ensure the correct size fit. • To Put On:
|To Put On
Note: Remove shoes/boots and any jewellery, head gear and any items that could damage the garment before attempting to put on this coverall. 1. Unzip the coverall and slip legs into the trousers whilst seated. 2. Stand and pull the coverall over the whole body. 3. Slip arms into the sleeves and pull the elasticated hood over the head and zip up. 4. You may now put on your protective gloves and other PPE. • To Take Off the coverall: Note: To prevent injury, clean the suit first if it is covered in a contaminant. 1. Remove the hood, unzip the coverall, remove arms from the sleeves, remove from torso, and lastly remove from legs.