Type: Mens disposable coverall outfit For Asbestos Removing
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 Mens disposable outfit For Asbestos Removing
Material SMS non woven
GSM 50-60 g per square meter
Classic Style Mens disposable outfit For Asbestos Removing
Application Asbestos removing
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)

SMS coverall could help when people remove asbestos.SMS 45 GSM, 50 GSM or 55 GSM could work.

SMS coverall could also help workers keep safe in the following industry:Agriculture, Powder Coating, Decontamination, Asbestos Removal, Metal Polishing, Grinding, Hazardous Dust and Waste Cleaning.

the disposable coverall fabric construction

What is asbestos? Find the instruction from WHO for your reference.

Asbestos removing instruction from WHO, people should wear disposable coverall

What is asbestos?
“Asbestos” is a group of natural minerals that exist in the form of elongated fibers and fiber bundles. These minerals are non-biodegradable
It has great tensile strength, heat insulation, and is relatively resistant to corrosion, such as rain. Due to these characteristics, asbestos is in the world
Widely used within the boundaries, especially for construction and insulation materials, including boilers and heating vessels; cement pipes; clutches
, brakes, transmission parts; conductive tubes; pipe outer packaging; roof cover; pipes and house insulation;
Furnace insulation mats; pipe or boiler insulation; vinyl, floor tiles and fillers for various boards.

Why is asbestos dangerous?
When the asbestos-containing material is damaged, fine asbestos fibers are released, floating in the air, and extremely easy to be
Inhalation. Although asbestos fibers are not highly toxic, they persist in the lungs for a long time and cause severe lung disease, including
Asbestosis lung, lung cancer, pleural thickening and mesothelioma. The incubation period of these diseases is very long, between 10-50 years, and
All types of asbestos are related.

How to minimize the risk?
The main principles of security processing are as follows:
• Identify locations containing asbestos materials and conduct risk assessments;
• Ensure that those involved in the clean-up work are fully aware of the risks and best practices that are being cleaned up;
• Minimize interference with asbestos containing materials;
• Minimize the release of inhalable asbestos in the atmosphere by humidification;
• Minimize exposure to people and asbestos;
• Ensure that asbestos-containing materials are separated from other waste, stored safely, and properly labeled before disposal;
• Ensure that waste is disposed of in an approved manner.
Disposal of asbestos containing materials
• These materials should be handled by trained personnel.
• Asbestos waste is best shipped in cargo hold. In transportation, make sure the cargo compartment is covered or sealed so that dust and fiber will not escape.
• Do not mix asbestos waste with other waste before disposal.
• Asbestos-containing materials can be disposed of in landfills, but must be properly designed to prevent the release of asbestos fibers. The site should have a barrier layer, a system for collecting percolates, and a rapid use of a layer of inert material A system that masks new waste.
• In order to avoid future exposure, care must be taken in this landfill to not place asbestos waste in one, It is possible to construct the location of the seepage well or the exhaust well.
• If there is no such landfill, or if it is destroyed in an earthquake, then it is necessary to identify and prepare to store asbestos waste.
Temporary venue.
• Records of where asbestos waste is stored must be kept, including precise geographic coordinates.

Do not use aseptic methods to treat asbestos waste.
Recommended measures to protect workers:
• Provide easy-to-understand information to those involved in the cleanup to explain what asbestos is and where it might appear,
What are the hazards and how to handle and place them safely.
• Trained personnel should check the location of asbestos materials to determine the type of material, hazard and safest place
Method (such as sealing and staying in place, or moving away). Fragile materials are especially dangerous and should be well trained
Personnel should be removed by wearing appropriate personal protective equipment in accordance with reasonable procedures.

• As a minimum measure, workers should be provided with gloves, goggles, disposable clothing or replaceable clothing (so workers can not wear contaminated clothing home) and disposable dust masks. Contaminated clothing and protective equipment are disposed of in the same way as other asbestos-containing materials.
• Provide workers with cleaning facilities. Make sure they recognize that they must clean themselves before eating, drinking, smoking, and going home to minimize the risk of bringing asbestos fibers out of the job site.

General protection measures
• Restrict access to places with piles of building debris, places that are being demolished, and places where waste is being piled up, especially for children.
• Try to avoid asbestos-containing materials. When removing the asbestos structure, the movement should be as gentle as possible. If you need to move, saw, or disassemble these materials, first fully humidify them to reduce the amount of fiber and dust that floats into the air.
Be especially careful about fragile materials.
• Use humidification to clean surfaces contaminated with asbestos materials. Do not get rid of, clean or use a household vacuum cleaner as this will cause fibers and dust to enter the air.
• The asbestos-containing material pile must be covered, for example with a tarpaulin or plastic sheet, until the asbestos-containing material can be safely stored or disposed of. Always moisten thoroughly before moving these materials.
• Keep asbestos-containing waste in a sealed container until it can be disposed of safely. The container can be a metal bucket, a plastic bucket, a fiber bucket or a sturdy polyethylene pocket. If you use a pocket, put a bag in a bag and tape it. Mark the container in the local language and mark the hazard warning, for example: “Danger! Contains asbestos fibers, harmful to inhalation, carcinogenic, keep sealed, and avoid dust.