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Disposable Pants And Coveralls -- What's Available On The Market



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By : Christine OKelly    99 or more times read
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Regardless of the job to be done, various manufacturers have created coveralls and disposable pants that allow you stay protected and be comfortable at the same time. These can range from a heavy biohazard suit to lighter and disposable tops, pants, and coveralls. Once you know what type of job you'll be doing and the level of safety protection needed, you can compare what is available on the market to find the perfect match.

Coveralls That Are Flame Retardant

When working with any flammable substance, it's vital that you have flame retardant coveralls. Professionals working in the oil and gas industry often wear Nomex or another similar brand. These protective garments are treated with a special chemical that stops the fire from reaching the threads so it won't burn. They come in a variety of weights, such as a light fabric for summer work and heavier weight fabric for cooler weather. They can also be insulated to protect against extreme cold temperatures.

Work Coveralls Made From Cotton

Heavy cotton overalls have been popular with farmers and ranchers for many years. This is because this rugged material will resist tears, wear, and moisture, making it easy to work outside in almost any kind of weather. When the weather is hot, you can get half suits with suspenders. If the weather is cold, look for insulated suits, also known as duck suits. A camouflage version is available for hunters.

For mechanics, a lighter cotton overall is ideal protection from the oil and grease associated with this job. While these lightweight and comfortable overalls do offer some resistance to light moisture and particle matter, they are not as hearty as heavier weight cotton overalls.

Paint Shells

Paint shells are somewhere between the light cotton and disposable varieties and have become popular with anyone working with paint, varnish, or similar products. They are able to protect your clothes or skin from stains despite being made from cotton fibers so lightweight they resemble paper. These garments are very inexpensive, making them ideal for professions that frequently require a quick and easy change of clothes.

Biohazard Suits Are The Extreme

When protection of the skin from chemicals, aerosols, viruses, and bacteria is of the utmost importance, it's time to get a biohazard suit. These protective garments are constructed from a high-density polyethylene to make them resistant to the smallest of particles. They also have a high level of resistance to heat and moisture and offer a superior level of strength. The seams are secured by either a heat seal method or a special cement that keeps the integrity of the suit intact. While these biohazard suits can be disposable, most are designed to be used more than once. If a suit has not been exposed to dangerous contaminates that could pose a threat to others, you may be able to purchase a recycled one.

Disposable Coveralls

Disposable garments are great for jobs that may expose you to dirt and grime while being inexpensive enough that you can toss them away after one use. Disposable pants and coveralls come in three main styles. On the lowest end of the scale are garments made from Tyvek. This is a lightweight, breathable fabric that is comfortable to wear. Maxguard tops, suits, and disposable pants are made from a much heavier fabric and make it much more difficult for chemicals to penetrate. In the middle, brands such as Kleenguard coveralls and disposable pants are made from a material that is more breathable. All of these brands give you a specific level of protection while still being affordable.

These are all examples of shirts, coveralls, and disposable pants that are currently available on the market. Regardless of the job, you will find a protective clothing the meets your needs.
Author Resource:- Christine O'Kelly is an author for disposable pants supplier MPE Safety Apparel. They have specialized in affordable, high-quality safety garments including Kleenguard coveralls and recycled Tyvek protective garments since 1987.
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