DuPont™ Tychem® C – Comfortable, Lightweight Protection Against Biohazards and Chemicals
Tychem® C coveralls (model CHA5) help offer Type 3-B, 4, 5 and 6 barrier protection against a wide range of inorganic chemical and biological hazards, yet are lightweight and comfortable too.
These innovative garments help provide protection against both chemical (concentrated inorganic chemicals and ultrafine particles) and biological hazards (meets EN 14126 requirements). Thanks to their ergonomic fit, they help wearers to handle even difficult tasks more easily and comfortably.
More information about Tychem® C coveralls available in DuPont™ SafeSPEC™.
FEATURES & INFORMATION
Tychem® C coverall
These coveralls offer safe, reliable and lightweight protection against many concentrated inorganic chemicals and biological hazards.
EXPLORE THE DETAILS:
with self-adhesive double zip flap offering high level of protection and liquid barrier
Elasticated hood and self-adhesive chin flap
for an excellent fit around a full face respirator
Stitched and overtaped seams
offering equal barrier as Tychem® fabric
Elasticated on arm and leg closures
ensure good fit and closure at critical points
for optimum fit to body
Stretch rubber thumb loop
attached to the end of the sleeve. It must be pulled over the thumbs and ideally suited for overhead work when extreme arm movements are required. It prevents the suit sleeve from riding up. For safety reasons, the use of thumb loops is only recommended when double gloves are worn.
Socks attached to the ankles (optional)
for wearing inside safety boots or shoes, with additional knee length boot flap to ensure high level of protection
Chemical Protective Coverall Category IIIClick for more
Type 3 – Protection against pressurised liquid chemicals
(Norm: EN 14605)
Type 4 – Protection against liquid aerosols
(Norm: EN 14605)
Type 4B – Biological protection
(Norm: EN 14126)
Type 5 – Protection against airborne solid particulate chemicals
(Norm: EN ISO 13982-1)
Type 6 – Limited protection against liquid mist
(Norm: EN 13034)
Electrostatic discharge if properly grounded
(Norm: EN 1149-5: 2008)
Protection against particulate radioactive contamination
(Norm: EN 1073-2)
Product Data Sheets (5)
Additional Information (16)
- CE Certificate Tychem® C (PDF)
- CE Certificate Tychem® C with Socks (PDF) (PDF)
- DoC Tychem® C (PDF)
- DoC Tychem® C with Socks (PDF) (PDF)
- DuPont Personal Protection solutions (PDF)
- Permeation Guide (PDF)
- Garment Selection Guide (PDF)
- Biological Protection Guide (PDF)
- Contamination Control Guide (PDF)
- Working in Ex-Zones (PDF)
- PPE for Handling Cytostatics (PDF)
- PPE for Nuclear Industry (PDF)
- Protection against Infection (PDF)
- Protection against H1N1 (PDF)
- Protection against Avian Flu (PDF)
- Protective Clothing for the Food Industry (PDF)
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INFORMATION & IDEAS
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- The Tychem® difference
- DuPont™ SafeSPEC™ - facilitating garment selection
DuPont Guide on Personal Chemical Protection
Workers can be exposed to a multitude of hazards, from chemicals, dusts, radioactive particles, fibres, dioxins and lubricants, to biological and phytosanitary substances. DuPont assists safety managers in making their PPE selection and provides excellent chemical protective garments.
DuPont Guide on Chemical Risk Assessment
There are multiple protection needs to consider when choosing chemical protective garments. Performing a thorough workplace risk assessment is essential to selecting safe, comfortable and compliant chemical protective clothing for industrial workers.
Donning and Doffing
Learn more about the correct procedures for the donning and doffing of personal protective coveralls.
Safety and More = DuPont PPE Products
DuPont provides excellent garments for workers that may be exposed to a multitude of chemical hazards and helps customers to address their needs. Precisely understanding work-related hazards assists safety managers in making their selection from a wide range of PPE products.
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USES AND APPLICATIONS
- Industrial Protective Clothing
- Chemical Protection
- Chemical and Biological Hazard Protection
- Personal Protection in the Petrochemical and Chemical Industry
- Chemical Protection for Military and Police
- Nuclear Protective Clothing
- Personal Protection in Agriculture
- Nomex® for Metal Work and Foundries
- Explosive Ordnance Disposal