Coverall Standards

For protective clothing to pass standard tests, it must meet or exceed the minimum requirements of materials’ physical and chemical properties. Once test results are confirmed, it is qualified to carry a standard pictogram and needs to be correctly identified or labeled on marketing materials.

The standard pictogram means the protective clothing meets certain minimum requirements with a controlled environment and variables. However, in the reality, wearers dealing with hazards may face uncertainties in the workplace. Therefore, it is essential to perform some coverall tests by real person simulation tests to demonstrate real-life working environments.

Here are all the coverall standards:
Coverall Types: Type 3, Type 4, Type 5, Type 6

Additional Standards:
Protection Against Radioactive Contamination, Biological Hazards, Antistatic, Limited Flame Spread, Pesticides.