Hazmat Suits

Protective Suits

We offer a variety of protective suits. Depending on specific protection needs, protective suits come in various types and levels. Here is a brief introduction:

Chemical Protective Suits

Features: Made from materials resistant to chemical corrosion, capable of withstanding liquid, gaseous, or solid chemicals.

Applications: Chemical plants, laboratories, chemical accident sites.

Common Materials: Neoprene, nitrile rubber, polyurethane.

Biological Protective Suits

Features: Equipped with high-efficiency filtration and barrier functions, able to prevent the intrusion of biological hazards such as  bacteria and viruses.

Applications: Medical institutions, laboratories, bioterrorism incidents.

Common Materials: Polypropylene, polyethylene fibers.

Radiation Protective Suits

Features: Made from heavy metal fibers or coated materials, capable of shielding against radioactive particles and radiation.

Applications: Nuclear power plants, radioactive material handling sites, nuclear accident sites.

Common Materials: Lead rubber, lead-coated fabrics.

Comprehensive Protective Suits

Features: Combine chemical, biological, and radiation protection functions, suitable for complex and multiple hazard environments.

Applications: Homeland security, emergency rescue, disaster sites.


Product Features

Chemical Protective Suits

Strong Corrosion Resistance: Made from chemically resistant materials like neoprene, nitrile rubber, and polyurethane, capable of withstanding liquid, gaseous, or solid chemicals.

Good Sealing Performance: Designed for full-body coverage with tightly sealed seams to prevent chemical penetration.

High Durability: Suitable for long-term or repeated use, maintaining functionality in harsh environments.

Biological Protective Suits

Efficient Filtration and Barrier: Materials provide efficient filtration and barrier against bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms, commonly using materials like polypropylene and polyethylene fibers.

Good Breathability: Offers protection while being breathable, increasing wearer comfort.

Easy to Don and Doff: Designed for easy donning and doffing, facilitating quick changes and reducing cross-contamination.

Radiation Protective Suits

Radiation Shielding: Made from heavy metal fibers or coated materials like lead rubber and lead-coated fabrics, effectively shielding against radioactive particles and radiation.

Puncture and Tear Resistance: High material strength, resistant to punctures and tears, providing long-term protection.

Heavy Weight: Due to material properties, the suits are heavy, impacting comfort but offering significant protection.

Comprehensive Protective Suits

Multifunctional Protection: Combines chemical, biological, and radiation protection, suitable for complex and multiple hazard environments.

Flexibility and Adaptability: Flexible design to adapt to various hazardous environments, providing comprehensive protection.

Multi-layer Structure: Typically features a multi-layer structure, with each layer targeting different types of hazards, enhancing overall protective effectiveness.

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