Aside from the test standards that classified different types of  coverall, there are also additional standards that offer extended protection.

Against Radioactive Contamination

EN 1073-2

Protective clothing against particulate radioactive contamination



Suits can protect against saturation of liquid chemical, where the volume builds up on the suit forming pools, resulting in rivulets.

Against Biological hazards


Protection against biological hazards and infective agents.
(*Note: If you would like to find a coverall to protect you against Covid-19, this is the standard you should look for)

Against Limited Flame Spread

Protection EN ISO 14116

Limited flame spread materials, material assemblies, and clothing.
(*Note: Passing this standard only means that the flame won’t spread when contacting the fabric. A flame-retardant garment should never come into direct contact with the skin to avoid any possible occupational injuries)

Against Pesticides

DIN 32781

Suits for protection against pesticides. This test stimulates liquid spray and powder spray of the drugs. 5 different pesticides are also tested to ensure protection of the suit.