Tyvek® Protective Coveralls & Accessory Sizing Guide
|Small||5′ – 5’6″||100 – 125 pounds|
|Medium||5’2″ – 5’7″||125 – 160 pounds|
|Large||5’6″ – 5’10”||140 – 200 pounds|
|XL||5’7″ – 6’2″||155 – 220 pounds|
|2XL||5’11” – 6’4″||180 – 240 pounds|
|3XL||6’2″ – 6’6″||240 – 280 pounds|
|4XL||6’4″ – 6’8″||260 – 320 pounds|
|5XL||6’6″ – 7′||320 – 370 pounds|
Tyvek Aprons: 24″Wide x 34″Long
Tyvek Shoe/Boot Covers come in Large / X-Large (Mixed in Case Qty).
Tyvek Hoods are “One Size Fits All”
Tyvek Sleeves are 21″ Long
Tyvek®, (Spunbonded Olefin), Specifications
With a Tyvek® coverall you don’t have to compromise. That’s because Tyvek® disposable coveralls deliver the best balance of protection, durability and comfort. Made using a proprietary manufacturing process, Tyvek® features a protective inherent barrier. Tyvek is 100% High Density Polyethylene, (HDPE), and it’s generic trade name is “spunbonded olefin”. So, unlike other protective clothing fabrics, which have either a film or coating that can be easily scratched or worn away, Tyvek® suits provide a barrier through the entire fabric. As a result, your protection is not compromised unless the clothing has been completely torn which isn’t easy to do because of the strength and durability of Tyvek.® Make sure you’re getting Tyvek.® Ask for it by name. Barrier Protection You Can Trust, Durability That Isn’t Easily Compromised
- Tyvek® is the industry standard for dry particulate barriers. Microscopic particles as small as 0.5 microns can’t pass through Tyvek® even after it’s been abraded.
- Tyvek® is an inherent barrier not easily scratched or worn away. Comfort You’d Never Expect Standing still, your body radiates heat and moisture vapor. So, it’s no surprise that working in protective apparel that can’t breathe escalates the problem dramatically and can affect productivity. It’s called heat stress. And, it can seriously compromise your safety, especially in hazardous environments.
- Tyvek® lets air and moisture vapor pass through.
- Tyvek® breathes. Breathability is a key factor in reducing heat stress.
- Tyvek® is six times more breathable than microporous film garment materials.
- Tyvek® is available in a wide variety of garment styles, such as coveralls, lab coats, smocks and aprons and has a wide range of applications in many different industries.
If you’re playing with fire, then first you better do more than just play at fire safety. If you’re cooking for a family then it’s a safe bet it sometimes feels like you’re producing, directing, and starring your own three-part hunger games series that plays back, in its entirety, on a daily loop. Cooking may be an art form, and eating can be a great source of pleasure, but there can also be a fair amount of drudgery in the day-to-day routine of basic nourishment. And unfortunately, drudgery welcomes distraction. But the most surefire way for your daily hunger games to segue into an unfortunate sequel that would be aptly memorialized under the caption, catching fire, is to leave cooking on the stove and unattended. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, nearly half of all house fires start in the kitchen, and the vast majority of those flare-ups result from unattended cooking. So when considering ways to cook up your own kitchen fire safety plan, the ideal recipe begins with an attentive, and alert cook, first and foremost. Beyond that, some of the more obvious precautions for kitchen fire safety are.
From Rome to New York, fire has been one of the most disastrous calamities to effect our world. Fire is a tool, it’s a weapon, and catastrophe all rolled into one. It somehow manages to find a place for itself at the table of every major catastrophic event, including ones that involve a lot of water, like tsunamis.
Fires are deadly and almost impossible to contain. Home fires cause more than $6 billion in damages a year. In 2012 alone, forest fires claimed 9.33 million acres of land, and cost nearly $2 billion to suppress.
Every five seconds someone is severely burned. Each year, 265,000 people are estimated to die from burn injuries, and chances are, that half or more of your own scars came from burns. It’s no wonder that industries that rely heavily on using fire as a tool have developed fire resistant clothing (FR clothing) to keep workers safe from what would otherwise be inevitable.