Type: Asbestos disposable work overalls
Size: M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL, 6XL, customized size
Place of origin: Shandong, China
Delivery port: Qingdao, CN.
Fabric weight: 50-65 GSM, as per request
Color: white, blue (popular color)
OEM: Yes
Sample: could be provided for free
Packing: 1 pc / poly bag, 50 pcs/ carton ( customized)
Carton size: 48 cm *31 cm *50 cm (19 *12 *20 inches)
MOQ: 2000 PCS
Loading QTY: 15000 pcs/ 20’ container, 35000 pcs /40’ high cube
Supply ability: 6000 pcs / day
Lead time: 30 days after deposit

Item Asbestos disposable work overalls
Material SMS fabric 
GSM 40,45,50 g/square meter
Style Style A: with collar, elastic cuff/ankle

Style B: with collar, open cuff/ankle

Style C(classic style): with hood, elastic cuff/ankle

Style D: with hood, boot cover, elastic cuff/ankle

Style E: with collar, hood, boot cover, open cuff

storm flap could be added or deleted

Application Agriculture, Automotive , Biological Hazards, Cleaning Process  etc…
Size M —6XL
Color blue
Supply ability 6000 PCS/ DAY
Port of discharge Qingdao, CN
Sample Free
Lead time 30 days after deposit
Packing 1 pc / poly bag, 50 pcs/ carton ( customized)

Asbestos disposable work overalls (2)

Blue or white is the most popular color.

Asbestos disposable work overalls (2)

Personal protective equipment (PPE) may need to be used in combination with other effective control measures when working with asbestos-containing materials. If PPE is required, the employer has a duty to provide employees with suitable equipment to enable them to conduct the activity safely and without risks to health.

Asbestos disposable work overalls

Disposable coveralls are preferred to reusable coveralls. They need to be of a suitable standard to prevent penetration of asbestos fibres as far as practicable. Disposable coveralls rated type 5, category 3 (prEN ISO 13982 –1) or the equivalent would meet this standard. They should never be re-used and must be disposed of as asbestos waste after completion of the asbestos-related activity.

Coveralls need to have fitted hoods and cuffs and be made from material capable of providing adequate protection against asbestos fibre penetration. Coveralls with open pockets and/or velcro fastenings should not be used because these features can be easily contaminated and are difficult to decontaminate. Fitted hoods need to always be worn over the straps of respirators, and loose cuffs need to be sealed with tape.

Disposable coveralls need to be disposed of as asbestos waste.