Cleanroom Coverall | Disposable coverall with an intergrated hood

Disposable Coverall with an intergrated hood

Disposable PPE safety coveralls and suitable for cleanroom applications

  • Cat 3, Type 5/6
  • Coverall with hood
  • PP material with microporous PE laminate
  • Breathable material
  • Antistatic
  • Elasticated ankles, waist, wrists and hood
  • Shower proof

CE Directive 89/686 - Category 3

TC162 Protection against chemicals and biologic agents
Type Process Protection Permeability
Type 1 Welded Chemical protection Gastight
Type 2 Welded Chemical protection Non-gas-tight
Type 3 Welded Chemical protection Chemical liquids-tight > 3 bar pressure
Type 4 Welded Chemical protection Spray-tight
Type 5 Sewn Particles protection Particle tight
Type 6 Sewn Limited protection against liquid
Limited splash-tight


Type Applications
Type 3-4
Chemicals - handling of dangerous particles, chemicals
Nuclear - radioactive particles
First aid - blood/virus protection
Spray - pulverization of dangerous solvents or other liquids
Agriculture - sprays under pressure
Type 5-6
Production / handling of pharmaceuticals products or chemicals
Asbestos removal
First aid - Emergency intervention or forwarding dangerous substances
Waste handling
Agriculture / Horticulture
Handling / spraying chemicals

Class 1,000 / 10,000 / 100,000
Food industry

Not recommended for use in hazardous conditions where corrosive or dangerous chemicals are involved. 

Current European 'Types' of Chemical Protection Clothing

EN 'Types'

Definition Symbol
EN 943-1 & 2 'Type 1'

Gas Tight Chemical Protective Clothing

Protection against liquid and gaseous chemicals, aerosols and solid particulates

EN 943-1 'Type 2' Non-Gas Tight Chemical Protective Suits which retain a positive internal pressure to prevent ingress of dusts, liquids or vapours.
EN 14605 'Type 3'

Suits which can protect against strong and directional jets of liquid chemical such as sprays from a burst pipe under pressure.

EN 14605 'Type 4'

Spray tight suits. Suits which can protect against saturation of liquid chemical, where volume of the liquid builds up on the suit forming pools, resulting in rivulets.


EN ISO 13982-1 'Type 5'

Dry Particulate Protection suits provide protection to the full body against airborne dry solid particulates such as hazardous dusts and any dry particles.


EN 13034 'Type 6'

Reduced Spray Suits

Suit which offer limited protection against a light spray of liquid chemicals


Additional Standards achieved by the Micromax NS Coolsuit

EN 1073-1** Ventilation protection clothing against radioactive particulates contamination
EN 1073-2** Protection clothing against radioactive particulates contamination
EN 1149-5 Protective Clothing with electrostatic properties***
Please note that a detailed assessment of the nature of the hazard and the working environment should be undertaken prior to the selection of appropriate PPE. Lynbond 2000 provides the information in this product, but responsibility for the correct choice of PPE remains with the user.

** Gives no protection against ionising radiation

*** Always ensure the garment and wearer are properly grounded

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