3M™ Disposable Protective Coverall Safety Work Wear 4520CS helps protect against certain light liquid splashes and hazardous dusts. This coverall offers a collared option for situations where a hood is not required or may interfere with alternative head, face or respiratory protection. Advanced, breathable and lightweight materials help reduce heat build-up and promote comfortable wear.
3M™ Disposable Protective Coverall Safety Work Wear 4520CS offers high-performance protection while delivering worker comfort featuring lightweight, breathable material technologies; extra room in the arms and legs for enhanced mobility; two-way zippers for added on-off convenience, and storm flaps and seamless shoulders and sleeve tops for extra protection. These coveralls are made from SMMMS material, which helps provide increased breathability and a barrier against hazardous particles and limited liquid splashes. All sizes have anti-static treatment on both sizes and knit cuffs and elastic waist and ankles for increased comfort and mobility.
3M™ Protective Coveralls are designed for use in industrial workplaces as a physical barrier to help prevent skin contact from liquid splashes and dust in certain work environments. Seamless shoulder and sleeve tops help provide increased comfort and fewer potential entry points for contaminants. In addition, these coveralls meet ANSI 101-1996 size guidelines.
Government Protection Ratings
3M™ Disposable Protective Coverall Safety Work Wear 4520CS meets the following standards: Protective Clothing - standard EN 340, Type 6 Splash - EN 13034/(EN ISO 17491-4), Type 5 Dust - EN ISO 13982-1, Anti-Static* - EN 11492** and Nuclear - EN 1073 - 2.
* Consult class results in Technical Data Sheet or User Instructions for more information
** All apparel must be grounded for anti-static treatment to be effective
Better Comfort Equals Better Compliance
In the "goods producing" sector of industry, which includes manufacturing, construction, and natural resources and mining, skin diseases/disorders rank as the second leading cause of incidence rates and nonfatal occupational illnesses in 2013 according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.1 Protective apparel is a key factor in improving safety. Yet such garments are only effective if they ar