Cleanable protective overalls are made in accordance with EN 14126: 2008 / Amendment No. 1: 2015 (EN 14126: 2003 / AC: 2004, IDT) "Protective clothing. Protection against infectious agents. Performance requirements and test methods."
Special requirements for clothing used to protect against infectious agents guarantee the protection of human skin from potential contact with biological substances, which helps prevent the spread of germs, blood penetration, is:
resistant to viruses
resistant to bacteria,
resistant to the penetration of biologically polluted aerosols
resistant to polluted dust.
The cleanable protective overalls are made of waterproof material, which has the following characteristics:
water resistance and water repellent;
resistance to chemicals;
resistance to penetration of biologically contaminated liquids;
heat resistance (the material is able to maintain its properties in the temperature range from - 50 to +110);
increased resistance to abrasion of threads.
Cleanable protective overalls have an ergonomic design, fastens with a central side zipper, which is closed by a plastron strap. the edges of the sleeves and trousers, the hood on the face, are fixed with an elastic braid. After use, the overalls are cleaned with antiseptic agents and dried in suspension, avoiding direct sunlight. Contamination from the surface of the suit is removed with a rag, using an aqueous solution of a synthetic detergent and antiseptic.
EN 14126: 2008 / Amendment No. 1: 2015 (EN 14126: 2003 / AC: 2004, IDT)