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Using our proprietary comfort-fit design, ProShield® coveralls are roomy garments that offer protection in non-hazardous situations.
Made with a microporous film that is laminated to a spundbonded polypropylene substrate, ProShield® NexGen® protective coveralls are suitable for protecting workers who face the challenges of being exposed to non-hazardous light aerosols and dry particles on the job.
DuPont™ Sorona® EP Thermoplastic Polymer contains 37% plant-derived renewable material by weight for a reduced polymer environmental footprint. And Sorona® has a desirable set of performance characteristics as well, including improved surface performance, strength, and dimensional stability.
Sorona® EP poly trimethylene terephthalate contains 20% to 37% renewably sourced material by weight, and performance similar to conventional PBT polymers, to help reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
Backed by extensive fabric permeation barrier testing, Tychem® BR helps give first responders an increased level of protection when facing chemical challenges.
Providing protection against a broad range of chemicals and situations involving liquid splash, Tychem® CPF 3 is a strong and durable fabric for chemical handling, petrochemical applications, hazardous materials/waste cleanup, HAZMAT response and other jobs with potential exposures to chemicals.
Offering the protection of a broad chemical barrier, DuPont™ Tychem® F is an integral part of creating garments that help provide barrier from chemical warfare agents and toxic industrial chemicals.
For those in military situations, chemical/biological terrorism incident response, first responders, and those handling hazardous chemical materials, Tychem® LV garments offer low-visibility protection against many chemical challenges.
A single skin garment that’s easy to don and doff, Tychem® Reflector® is a top choice for HAZMAT personnel looking for chemical protection in emergency situations.
Tychem® Responder® CSM is scientifically engineered to handle the challenges of chemical warfare agents, military site cleanup, and HAZMAT first response.