DuPont ProShield 20 SFR Hooded Coveralls

From £6.53 Excl. VAT

  • Chemical protective clothing, Category III, Type 5 and 6
  • Index 1 (limited flame spread) with antistatic treatment on both sides.
  • Stitched external seams in orange for visual identification and differentiation.
  • Zipper flap for protection.
  • EN 14116, EN 1073-2 and EN 1149-5 and tested & certified.
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DuPont ProShield 20 SFR Hooded Coveralls are made from a non-halogenated, flame-retardant polypropylene SMS nonwoven fabric.  They provide limited protection against flame spread (index 1) in addition to protection against particles and limited liquid splashes or sprays of water-based liquids.  They must always be worn on top of a primary FR protection garment, such as Nomex.

ProShield® 20 SFR garments are used across a range of applications, including those in the petrochemical and railway industries, welding, gas and metal applications and certain Ex-Zones (refer to instructions for use).  By helping to protect primary flame-resistant garments from contamination, they effectively protect you and your investment and reduce the strain on your budget.

The DuPont ProShield 20 SFR Hooded Coveralls are available now at Safety Supplies in a range of sizes.  Call our friendly team today for further details and expert advice on all of your disposable PPE needs.


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Medium, Large, X Large, XX Large

EN Standards

EN 14116
Protection against heat and flame -- Limited flame spread materials, material assemblies and clothing.

EN 1073-2
Protective clothing against radioactive contamination. Requirements and test methods for non-ventilated protective clothing against particulate radioactive contamination.

EN 1149-5
European standard for protective clothing with anti-static characteristics. The clothing protects against sudden discharges of electrostatic energy and should be worn whenever there is a risk that static sparks may ignite inflammable substances such as gas and oil.