COLAD Disposable Spray Overall with Hood€12.74 €10.53 Retail price €16.34
Protective coveralls for short-duration use, often referred to as “disposable protective coveralls”, were designed to protect people, processes and products. These products protect workers against chemical compounds, asbestos, dust and fibres, chemicals used in the agriculture and heavy industry as well as car spray paints and varnishes.
3M Disposable Paintshop Coverall
3M Paintshop Coverall 50198 is CE Certified Category III to Type 5/6 standards. It is certified to EN 119 to reduce the build up of static charge. Made from a super low-linting robust laminate on the front, it offers a breathable SMMS triangle in the back to offer the optimum balance between protection and comfort. Extremely comfortable, the disposable paintshop coverall is made from lightweight, breathable polyester. It has wide leg openings with adjustable hook & loop fastening straps, making it easy to put on and remove, even when wearing boots. Its robust, covered two-way zip features a storm flap with hook & loop fasteners.
Selecting The Right Coverall
There are differents aspects to consider when choosing protective apparel.
- Identify if the contaminant is hazardous
- Do you require protection from liquids or particles?
- What is the type of exposure?
CROP has a wide range of disposable and reusable coveralls that offer a solution for nearly all risks and applications.
Advantages Disposable Protective Coveralls
- Very light material which does not restrict the freedom of movement
- Excellent protective properties
- Long service life
- Guaranteed 100% cleanliness (new coveralls every time)
- No washing, maintenance or repair costs
- Low purchase costs
- Simple disposal process
Cons Disposable Workwear
In these days of increasing concern about the environment and our throwaway culture, the idea that we can use something once and then dispose of it goes against the grain. However, by using materials that can be recycled this needn’t be too much of an issue. In addition, disposable coveralls can end up being more expensive in the long term.