With Tyvek coveralls you don't have to compromise. That's because Tyvek coveralls deliver the best balance of protection, durability and comfort. Made using a proprietary manufacturing process, Tyvek coveralls feature an inherent barrier. So, unlike other protective apparel fabrics, which have either a film or coating that can be easily scratched or worn away, Tyvek coveralls provide barrier through the entire fabric.
DuPont’s patented flashspun high density polyethylene fibers make Tyvek overalls durable and abrasion resistant. Tyvek coveralls provide an instant barrier against dry particulates such as mold, lead, and asbestos. Water vapor can easily pass through Tyvek making it highly breathable, yet it repels liquids.
Tyvek coveralls have a wide range of uses in many industries. Typical applications include: Construction, Painting, Clean rooms, Insulation, and Mold Remediation. Note: Tyvek overalls have limited chemical resistance. If you require a higher level of protection, try DuPont’s Tychem garments.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:
Q: What other styles do Tyvek garments come in?
A: DuPont makes a wide range of Tyvek disposable clothing including aprons, lab coats, sleeves, boot covers and more.
Q: Can Tyvek Coveralls be used for welding applications?
A: No. Tyvek garments are not flame resistant or flame retardant and should not be used around flame, sparks, or flammable environments.
Q: How fluid repellent are Tyvek Coveralls?
A: Tyvek material will resist water penetration up to 1.5 psi, and liquid penetration by blood at a similar level. Tyvek garments are not recommended for use in environments where chemical splash protection is required.
Q: Can Tyvek Coveralls be washed?
A:Tyvek Coveralls are inexpensive and designed to be disposable. Wash and re-use of Tyvek garments has not been tested and is not recommended.