DTAPS Disposable Coverall

Part #: 10-500-(Size)

The DTAPS Disposable coverall is constructed from ChemMax1 material, a unique polyethylene barrier film and continuous polypropylene non-woven construct, and features integrated gloves and attached sock boots with boot flaps to avoid the need for troublesome training gloves and taping of exposed seams. A functional storm flap covers the zipper and can be sealed by the wearer with an adhesive strip for additional moisture resistance.

For a cost-effective coverall for real-life working conditions for your teams, the DTAPS Disposable Coverall Suit is the only choice.

Features:

  • Bound seams chain-stitched through all layers for a clean finished edge and liquid resistance
  • Integrated sock boots with boot flaps
  • Attached 5-mil Silvershield gloves

Specifications

DTAPS Disposable Coverall Specifications

Suit MaterialChemMax 1
SeamsSewn & Bound
VariantsFront-entry w/ neck dam, Front-entry w/ hood
ColorsYellow
SizingS - 3 XL
Case Quantity6

DTAPS Disposable Coverall Physical Testing Results

Physical PropertyTest MethodUnitsTest Results
Basis WeightASTM D3776oz/yd22.29
Grab Tensile MDASTM D5034lbs35
Grab Tensile XDASTM D5034lbs27
Trapezoidal Tear MDASTM D5733lbs13.8
Trapezoidal Tear XDASTM D5733lbs14.2
Ball BurstASTM D751lbs25.5

Permeation Data For ASTMF1001 List Of Chemicals

AcetoneL67-64-1imm.
Acetronitrile L75-05-8imm.
AmmoniaG7664-41-7imm.
1,3 ButadieneG106-99-0imm.
Carbon DisulfideL71-15-0imm.
ChlorineG7782-50-5imm.
DichloromethaneL75-09-2imm.
DiethylamineL109-89-7imm.
Dimethyl FormamideL68-12-2imm.
Ethyl AcetateG141-78-6imm.
Ethylene OxideL75-21-8imm.
n-HexaneG110-540-3imm.
Hydrogen ChlorideL7647-01-0imm.
MethanolL67-56-1imm.
Methyl ChlorideL74-87-3imm.
NitrobenzeneL98-95-345
Sodium HydroxideL1310-73-2> 480
Sulfuric Acid, 98%L7664-93-9> 480
TetrachloroethyleneL127-18-4imm.
TetrahydrofuranL109-99-9imm.
TolueneL108-88-3imm.

Test Methodologies

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.

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

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 DTAPS Disposable Coverall is not flame resistant and should not be used around heat, flame, sparks, or in potentially flammable or explosive environments.

The DTAPS Limited Use Coverall 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.