Dupont Tychem C Cat3 Type 3/4/5/6

DuPont Tychem® C (Code DTC-6121)Chemical protective clothing, Category III, Type 3-B, 4-B, 5-B and 6-BEN 14126 (barrier to infective agents), EN 1073-2 (protection against radioactive contamination)Antistatic treatment (EN 1149-5) - on insideStitched and over-taped seams with barrier tape for protection and strengthSelf-adhesive double zipper flap closure system for higher protection
SKU#:
946
Availability: In stock
SKU
946
DuPont™ Tychem® C, model CHA5. Hooded coverall. (Code DTC-6121) Available in bright yellow for high visibility and in sizes S-XXXL. Elasticated face, wrists, waist and ankles for an optimal fit, thumb loops prevent sleeves from riding up. Self-adhesive chin flap for tight seal of suit to face-masks.
Made from a lightweight and durable fabric (<450g per garment), Tychem® C garments utilise the strength of Tyvek® and a polymeric barrier coating to offer good permeation barrier protection against a wide range of inorganic chemicals and biological hazards (even under pressure).
Tychem® C is used for splash or pressurised splash protection in a variety of industrial environments, including pulp and paper manufacturing, food processing, chemical processing and pharmaceutical manufacturing.

Chemical protective clothing, Category III, Type 3-B, 4-B, 5-B and 6-B
EN 14126 (barrier to infective agents), EN 1073-2 (protection against radioactive contamination)
Antistatic treatment (EN 1149-5) - on inside
Stitched and over-taped seams with barrier tape for protection and strength
Self-adhesive double zipper flap closure system for higher protection


Product Description

DuPont™ Tychem® C, model CHA5. Hooded coverall. Stitched and over-taped seams. Thumb loops. Elastication at wrists, ankles, face and waist. Self-adhesive double zipper flap and chin flap. Yellow.

Reference Number: TYC CHA5 T YL 00

Fabric: Tychem® C
Design: Hooded coverall with elastics and thumb loops
Seam: Stitched and over-taped
Colour: Yellow
 
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Frequently Asked Questions

01.What type of activities and sectors may require PPE?

The PPE is recommended to be worn during any activity that involves hazards that are physical, chemical, electrical, biohazards, airborne particulate matter, etc. For Example, activities such as bee-keeping, firefighting, and high-pressure cleaning work may require PPE usage. Some sectors such as healthcare, oil & gas industry, construction, pharmaceutical industry, and manufacturing industry require PPE, especially for frontline workers.

02.When must PPE be used?

A PPE may be used for personal or professional purposes, under any situation that involves the risk of physical, chemical, electrical, or other types of injuries or illness. It is generally used when other measures are not feasible to be used. PPE can supplement the process of hazard control to minimize the risk of any infection or injury.

03.Does PPE have to be tested and inspected?

Yes, PPE should be properly inspected for the first time and on a regular basis by trained staff as per the instructions provided by the manufacturer. Inspection, maintenance, and repair are especially needed for PPEs used in a high-risk environment. The person involved in testing and maintenance should be competent and trained to carry out these tasks.

04.How often should PPE be replaced?

There is no clear cut rule for replacement of PPEs. It is recommended to follow the guidelines provided by the manufacturer, on approximate service time of the PPE. The manufacturers generally provide obsolescence deadline for PPE and its components. This should be strictly followed to avoid any mishaps.

05.What should I do if I experience skin issues from wearing PPE?

Wearing PPE for prolonged duration can make your skin sweaty or hot. You should regularly take a break from wearing PPE throughout the shift to avoid these issues. If the skin issues have already occurred, inform your manager and follow the process of reporting any injury that occurred at your workplace.