White SF disposable suit is used for laboratory,food industry,clean room workshop, construction workers,anywhere need protection to prevent and isolate dust,particle,bacteria,viruses invading to avoid secondary infection.
White color ,microporous fabric with hood,without boot
Elastic on cuff and ankle
1pc/bag,50bags/ctn-50pcs/ctn or as your demands
Microporous fabric (45-65g)
CE,ISO 13485 FDA
10000 Piece/Pieces as your request Trial Order
10,000 Piece/Pieces per Day
Free of charge
Place of Origin
Hubei, China (Mainland)
Feature of microporous:
Permeability is strong,anti-static,breathable
Better permeability in a variety of organic solvents,acid and alkali corrosion resistance at the same time
With high resistance to impact mechanical properties of the toughness
Texture soft,comfortable not combustion-supporting non-toxic non-irritating,harmless to skin
Coveralls, also known as boiler suits, are essential work wear in many professional environments. This particular working outfit has a longer history than you might think. Boiler suits were first introduced in the 19th century, and they are commonly referred to as coveralls in North America.
Disposable coveralls are increasingly popular. While they get dirty, you get the job done and you simply get rid of them!
At first, they might look quite similar to jumpsuits, but there is a very big difference in the fit. While jumpsuits are generally very tight fitting, coveralls are known for their loose fit. This makes them more adaptable to different working environments – from a car repair shop to a factory.
Disposable Coveralls Have a Looser Fit
In order to wear coveralls correctly, it is especially relevant to first establish which kind you need. There are many different coveralls designs available, depending on your industry and on your intended purposes.
There is really not much to it when it comes to wearing coveralls. It is a one-piece garment with no gaps between the top and bottom, So wearing it should be a piece of cake. Rather the problem is more about choosing the right size. Coveralls should be rather loose, but not overly large, otherwise they defeat the entire purpose and could even be uncomfortable on the job. Consider going up a size in situations where you are wearing really thick clothing underneath your coveralls. Just to add extra comfort and manageability.
Disposable Coveralls are perfect for messy jobs.