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Coverall - Protective clothing

Type 3  (Liquid Jet Protection)
Type 4 & 4B (Liquid Spray Protection)
Type 5 & 5B  (Hazardous Particulate Protection)
Type 6 & 6B (Liquid Splash Protection)
CE Category: Class III ( hazardous applications)
Protective Coveralls
Type 3: EN ISO 13982-1:2004 + A1:2010
Type 4 & 4B: EN 14605:2005+A1:2009 , EN14126 (barrier to infective agents =B)
Type 5 & 5B: EN ISO 13982-1:2004+A1:2010 EN14126 (barrier to infective agents =B)
Type 6 & 6B: Standard: EN 13034:2005+A1:2009, EN14126 (barrier to infective agents =B)
Material & Fabric Type: Depend on applications, fabric type can be:
Non-woven Polypropylene
Spunbond-Meltblown Polypropylene (SMS)
Microporous Laminates
Non-microporous Laminates

Please refer to the data sheet for detailed technical information

Coveralls/protective suits be designed to cover the whole body except for the hands, feet and face area, providing a barrier to air borne and fluid borne contaminants and pathogens preventing infective agents from reaching the (possibly injured) skin. Standard protective clothing should be certified as Category III and subjected to 5 test methods specified in the standard.

There are many coverall types. Relevant datasheet will be available by request ( info@innocare.no)

Packing by request (www.innocare.no)
The mandatory and minimum labelling and packaging information includes:
Type of coverall
Certain areas applicable and (flammability) where appropriate
EN Type Test Code
CE Classification


1- Step into coveralls
2- Pull up over waist
3- Insert arms into sleeves, if thumb hoops available then hoop these over your thumbs, ensure sleeves cover end of gloves so no skin is visible
4- Pull up over the shoulders
5- Fasten zip all the way to the top