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Classifications of Protective Apparels and Selection of Materials for Protective Apparels
Release time:2022-10-18Source:CobesView:1633

Protective apparels are classified as follows according to structure, protective function and protective parts:

  1. Protective coveralls
  2. General protective coveralls
  3. Flame retardant protective coveralls
  4. Protective coverall for acid and alkali chemicals
  5. Anti-static coveralls
  6. Welding protective coveralls
  7. Oil-proof coveralls
  8. Waterproof coveralls
  9. Shielding coveralls for live working
  10. X-ray protective coveralls
  11. Microwave radiation protective coveralls
  12. Forest fire protection coveralls
  13. 2. Anti-injury vest and anti-injury back armor


Below materials are normally used for protective apparels:

  1. Anti-static fabric

Anti-static coverall is a must-wear protective clothing for flammable and explosive places. Anti-static fabric is made of anti-static fiber blend. Its electrical conductivity can meet the requirements of Japan's "Static Safety Guidelines".

  1. Anti-acid and alkali fabrics

The protective coverall made of this fabric is suitable for workers who have been exposed to acid and alkali for a long time. It has good acid resistance properties such as long acid penetration time, high acid pressure resistance, and low rate of decline in acid strength, and has a good protective function for employees. , Widely used in chemical industry to make protective coveralls.

  1. Oil and water repellent fabric

The coveralls made of this fabric are suitable for workers who are often exposed to oil and water media. They have the advantages of not being soaked in oil, impervious to water, breathable, and moisture-permeable. They are widely used in petroleum industry, machinery manufacturing, and maintenance industries, sanitation systems, food processing and other industries.

  1. Easy decontamination fabric

The biggest feature of the easy-to-decontaminate fabric is that it is not easy to be stained by oil during use. Once it is stained, it is easy to decontaminate under normal conditions and easy to wash. Therefore, fabrics that are easily stain-removable are very suitable for coveralls that are frequently exposed to mineral oils, animal and vegetable oils.

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