PPE polyethylene coveralls are a type of personal protective equipment (PPE) that are worn to protect the body from chemicals and hazardous materials. Liquid tight coverall designed to protect workers from chemicals. Its ergonomics offer a better fitting and protection. Model with elasticated hood, wrists and ankles, double adhesive flap and welded zippers. They are made from a lightweight and disposable plastic material called polyethylene, which provides a barrier against liquids, chemicals, and other contaminants. Coveralls are often worn in industries such as healthcare, chemical manufacturing, and food processing to protect workers from accidental exposure to hazardous materials.

Enhanced protection – double adhesive flap through welded zipper, very good abrasion, tear and puncture resistance, watertight. Coverall is yellow colour for better visibility.

Comfort – design for better comfort and safety. Raw material is elastic and flexible. Coverall has elastic hood, waist, wrists and ankles.

Our PPE polyethylene coveralls are designed to meet the necessary guidelines and regulations for use in healthcare settings. They are compliant with applicable standards for PPE Category III. 

PPE polyethylene coveralls should be stored in a clean and dry location, away from heat and direct sunlight. They should be disposed of in a responsible manner, following local regulations and guidelines for the disposal of hazardous materials.

Yes, we offer customization options for our PPE polyethylene coveralls. We can add logos or other branding to the coveralls. Please contact us for more information on customization options and pricing.

Polyethylene coveralls are made from 3-layered polyethylene. Thickness of polyethylene film is 100 µm. 

Coveralls are often used in industries such as chemistry, petrochemistry, in-shore and off-shore oil industry, industrial maintenence, pharmaceutical industry, spoiled beach cleaning, transportation of hazardous materials, industrial sub-contracting cleaning, sanitation, waste processing, emergency services, healthcare and food processing to protect workers from accidental exposure to chemicals and hazardous materials.

Polyethylene coveralls are designed to protect the wearer from hazardous materials that may come into contact with their skin or clothing. The coveralls are made of a durable, waterproof material that is resistant to many chemicals and other substances that could be harmful to the user. The coveralls are typically worn as a protective outer layer over the user’s regular clothing. They are designed to create a barrier between the user and the hazardous material, preventing the material from coming into direct contact with the skin or clothing. This can help to reduce the risk of chemical burns, skin irritation, and other injuries that can result from exposure to hazardous materials. Our polyethylene coveralls are also equipped with additional features, such as elastic bands at the wrists, ankles and hood, to help prevent contaminants from entering the coverall through these openings. They have also a hood to protect the head from exposure to hazardous materials. Coveralls should be worn together with other protective equipment such as face mask, googles, gloves and appropriate boots to provide maximum protection.

Our coveralls come in range of sizes from S to XXXL, (S,M,L,XL,XXL,XXXL).





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Polyethylene coveralls are generally designed as single-use clothing, after usage you should not use it again, but if you were not exposed to chemicals or hazardous materials, you may use it again, but on your own risk as long as they are properly cared for and maintained. Here are some tips for ensuring that your polyethylene coveralls remain in good condition:

Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for storing the coveralls. Coveralls may need to be wiped down or sprayed with a disinfectant. Check the coveralls for tears, holes, or other damage before using them. If you notice any damage, do not use the coveralls and replace them with a new one.

Store the coveralls in a clean, dry place when not in use. Avoid exposing them to extreme temperatures or direct sunlight, as this can cause the material to degrade over time. Regularly inspect the coveralls for signs of wear and tear. If you notice any fraying, thinning, or other damage, it may be time to replace the coveralls. By following these guidelines, you can help to extend the lifespan of your polyethylene coveralls and ensure that they remain effective at protecting you from hazardous materials.

Lead time depends on availability of coveralls on our stock, but generally when it is on stock we send it immidiately, if it is not available, lead time is around 2 weeks, depends also on ordered quantity.

Yes, our coveralls are certified as chemical PPE Category III. Type 3B, 4 and 6. They comply with European Directive Regulation 2016/425. 

  • protective clothing (clothing over underwear) is intended as reusable protective clothing for protection of users against dirt and dust,
  • (wear over underclothing) as a protection for limited using against liquid chemicals (type 3 and type 4), provide protection against penetration of liquid chemicals,
  • (wear over underclothing) as a protection of user for limited use against bacterial penetration of infectious agents (type B),
  • protective clothing is intended for protection of users for limited using (protective clothing against liquid chemicals, type 6) and to protection against potential exposure light spray, liquid aerosol or low pressure, low volume spray by dilute chemicals.

The PPE is in compliance with the Regulation (EU) 2016/425 and following harmonized standards:


EN ISO 13688:2013/A1:2021

Protective clothing – General requirements

EN 13034:2005+A1:2009

Protective clothing against liquid chemicals – Performance requirements for chemical protective clothing offering limited protective performance against liquid chemicals (Type 6 and Type PB [6] equipment)

EN 14126:2003/AC:2004

Protective clothing – Performance requirements and tests methods for protective clothing against infective agents

EN 14605:2005+A1:2009 

Protective clothing against liquid chemicals – performance requirements for clothing with liquid-tight (Type 3) or spray-tight (Type 4) connections, including items providing protection to parts of the body only (Types PB [3] and PB [4])

The name, address and identification number of the notified body involved in the conformity assessment of the PPE: 

Institut pro testování a certifikaci a.s. (Institute for Testing and Certification, Inc.), Tř. Tomáše Bati 299, 763 02 Zlin, Czech Republic, Notified Body No. 1023

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