Lakeland Level A Hazmat Suit

Part #: 10-80640-(Size), 10-80645-(Size)
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Manufactured to both NFPA 1991 and CE Type 1 requirements, the Lakeland Level A Interceptor fully encapsulated hazmat suit offers superior performance and patented garment features that have been proven over a broad range of chemical challenges in a wide range of environments for both military and civilian customers.

Available in a variety of fully-encapsulating configurations, the Level A hazmat suit provides top-level gas, vapor, aerosol, liquid, or particulate protection. The Level A also passes the limited chemical flash fire protection for escape and liquefied gas protection option for NFPA 1991.

Features

  • Patented ShurSeal Teflon visor process permanently seals visor into the suit with no sewing involved so that liquids can not penetrate the visor edge
  • Available in NFPA 1991 and CE Type 1 certified ensembles
  • Teflon outer layer on visor prevents impairment of vision due to chemical contact
  • Seams sealed for maximum protection
  • All NFPA certified interceptor ensembles include OnGuard HazProof boots and storage bag
  • The ONEGlove® system consists of a Hazmat glove which has a Kevlar® outer glove, Nomex® inner glove and a Fluoropolymer barrier film. Standard on NFPA versions – ONEGlove can be added to other styles

Specifications

Lakeland Level A Encapsulated Suit Specifications

Suit MaterialInterceptor
SeamsDouble Heat-sealed
VariantsFront-entry
ColorsOrange, Blue, Grey
SizingS - 3 XL
Case Quantity1

Lakeland Level A Physical Testing Results

Physical PropertyTest MethodUnitsTest Results
Basis WeightASTM D3776oz/yd27.4
Grab Tensile MDASTM D5034lbs84
Grab Tensile XDASTM D5034lbs83
Trapezoidal Tear MDASTM D5733lbs26
Trapezoidal Tear XDASTM D5733lbs22
Ball BurstASTM D751lbs79

Permeation Data for 595 Class / Subclass Chemical Agents

AgentProtocolMin. PenetrationPerm. Time
GA (Tabun)C< .0001> 720
GB (Sarin)C, D< .0001> 720
GD (Soman)C< .0001> 720
HD (Mustard)A, B< 1> 720
L (Lewisite)A B< .6 , < .42> 720
VX (V-Agent)C, D< .0001> 720

Permeation Data For ASTMF1001 List Of Chemicals

AcetoneL67-64-1> 480
Acetronitrile L75-05-8> 480
AmmoniaG7664-41-7> 480
1,3 ButadieneG106-99-0> 480
Carbon DisulfideL71-15-0> 480
ChlorineG7782-50-5> 480
DichloromethaneL75-09-2> 480
DiethylamineL109-89-7> 480
Dimethyl FormamideL68-12-2> 480
Ethyl AcetateG141-78-6> 480
Ethylene OxideL75-21-8> 480
n-HexaneG110-540-3> 480
Hydrogen ChlorideL7647-01-0> 480
MethanolL67-56-1> 480
Methyl ChlorideL74-87-3> 480
NitrobenzeneL98-95-3> 480
Sodium HydroxideL1310-73-2> 480
Sulfuric Acid, 98%L7664-93-9> 480
TetrachloroethyleneL127-18-4> 480
TetrahydrofuranL109-99-9> 480
TolueneL108-88-3> 480

Test Methodologies

Suit material is protective against bacteria, protozoans, rickettsia, toxins, and viruses. Biopenetration resistance is measured in accordance with ASTM F1671 – Standard Test Method.

Chemical resistance data is in accordance with ASTM F739 test methodology. Testing is performed on fabric samples only, not actual garments. Sample results vary and therefore averages for the results are reported. Sources for all test data are independent laboratory conditions and not actual use conditions.

All tests conducted in triplicate by an independent accredited laboratory at 22EC, 50% R.H.

Chemical agent testing conducted in accordance with Mll-STD-282 and/or NFPA 1994-2007 Edition Standard on Protective Ensembles for Chemical/Biological Terrorism Incidents. Testing is performed on fabric samples only, not actual garments. Sample results vary and therefore averages for these results are reported. Sources for all test data are independent laboratory conditions and not actual use conditions. Chemical resistance data is in accordance with ASTM F739 test methodology. Testing is performed on fabric samples only, not actual garments. Sample results vary and therefore averages for the results are reported. Sources for all test data are independent laboratory conditions and not actual use conditions.

A = MIL-STD-282, Method T-209 for HD (or modified for L) for 12 hours at 10 g/m2
B = MIL-STD-282, Method T-209 for HD (or modified for L) for 12 hours at 100 g/m2
C = MIL-STD-282, Method T-208 for GB (or modified for GA, GD, & VX) for 12 hours at 10 g/m2 (total coverage)
D = MIL-STD-282, Method T-208 for GB (or modified for GA, GD, & VX) for 12 hours at 100 g/m2 (total coverage)

Warnings

All PPE, regardless of approval, should not be used without medical sign-off by a certified physician or without the approval of a qualified safety manager.

The Level-A is not flame resistant and should not be used around heat, flame, sparks, or in potentially flammable or explosive environments.

The Level-A should have slip-resistant or anti-slip materials on the outer surface of boots, shoe covers, or other garment surfaces in conditions where slipping could occur.

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