91981 YW 91981 YW Hydroblast Flame-ResistantRainwear • Durable, .35mm PVC/polyester, flame-retardant material has welded seams for added protection • Jacket features hook-and-loop fastening with storm fly front, attached drawstring hood with grommet and Velcro® on front, drawstring sweep with grommet, and taped sleeves with Velcro take-up snaps • 13" x 15" shroud has 1" Velcro on top and black plastic snaps on the bottom for quick, easy attachment and closure • Overall has all-elastic adjustable suspender with quick release snaps, plastic take-up snaps at the waist, and extra-welded reinforced crotch Please specify size: (L), (XL), (2XL), (3XL), (4XL), (5XL), (6XL), or (7XL). 10 per case. Item# 4757-visor sold separately. Item # Description UOM 91981 YW Flame-resistant suit w/ visor Ea 4757 Flame-resistant suit w/o visor Ea 2481 Ratchet headgear Ea 9837 Visor w/ hook and loop closure Ea Chemical and Flame Resistant Suit • Rugged, .42mm PVC/polyester/PVC suit delivers excellent protection • 2-piece suit includes bib overalls and jacket with attached drawstring hood, welded seams, plain back, and tapered 8" raglan sleeves with inner sleeves • Take-up sleeves on wrists and ankles, and black nylon zipper with double storm flap front helps keep the elements out • Offers great protection against many chemicals and acids • Great for chemical plants, refineries, environmental cleanups, and plant turnarounds • Flame-resistant to ASTM standard Please specify size: (M), (L), (XL), (2XL), (3XL), (4XL), (5XL), (6XL), or (7XL). 10 per case. Item # Description UOM 8593 Chemical & flame-resistant suit Ea Selecting Personal Protective Clothing Individuals handling chemicals and other caustic materials need to select appropriate protective clothing. Some of the factors to consider include: Chemical Resistance of PPE Materials: To be effective, the protective clothing must resist permeation and penetration by the chemical or chemicals being handled. Disposable clothing is often preferred, becauseproper decontamination of reusable items is often difficult. Specific Job Functions: The job being performed will greatly influence the selection and features of the protective clothing being chosen. Potential for Exposure: The degree of risk helps determine the protection required. The duration of exposureshould also be considered when selecting the right protective clothing option for the job. Source: US Department of Labor
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