ULTITEC | Bio Hazard Disposable Coverall | Protection against Dust, Liquid Splash & Infective Agent Resistant Protective Clothing | ULTITEC 2000

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Premium Oil, Liquid Splash & Infective Agents Resistant Protective Clothing
Designed to protect wearers against heavy liquid splash and biological hazards. The most popular and widely applied choice in various industries.


  • An Effective Barrier Against Blood, Body Fluids and Infective Agents
    • The fabric performance exceeds both WHO protective clothing specification Option 1 & 2 for Ebola Virus Disease Infection Control. [Note*]
  • Proven protection against pesticides
    • Meets DIN 32781 requirement on pesticide penetration and comfort for agriculture application.
  • Breathable to Work Efficiently
    • Designed for comfort use. Allow wearers to work effeiciently while releasing their body heat to prevent heat exhausion.
  • Low linting
    • Reduces the risk of fiber contamination to the work environment.
  • Breathable to Work Efficiently
    • Designed for comfort use. Allow wearers to work efficiently while releasing their body heat to prevent heat exhaustion.

Targeted for ISO class 6 and above cleanroom with controlled environment.
Note*: The WHO recommended specification for coveralls against filovirus disease issued in Oct, 2014 stated that healthcare workers should choose appropriate protective apparel, which meets the following two requirements:

option 1, tested for resistance to blood and body fluid penetration: meets or exceeds ISO 16603 class 3 exposure pressure.

option 2, tested for resistance to blood-borne pathogen penetration; meets or exceeds ISO 16604 class 2 exposure pressure.

Note**: ULTITEC 2000 coverall is suitable for both ISO 14644-1 and US FED-STD 209E cleanroom standard. Test result shown in the following table:

  • TYPE 5 EN ISO 13982-1 Dry Particle Suits-Suits for protection against hazardous dusts and any dry particles.
  • TYPE 6 EN 13034 reduced spray -suits which offer limited protection against a light spray of liquid chemicals.
  • EN 14126 Protective clothing can resist against biological hazards and infective agents.
  • EN 1073-2 Protective clothing against particulate radioactive contamination.
  • EN 1149-5 Electrostatic dissipative protective clothing with a surface resistance of maximum 2.5×10 exp 9 ohm.
  • DIN 32781 Protective suits against pesticides.

    • Agriculture
    • Automotive
    • Biological Hazards
    • Disaster Management
    • Disease Control
    • Electronic Industries
    • Pharmaceutical
    • Petrochemical
    • Painting
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