DuPont Tyvek 400 Disposable Hazmat Coverall Suit TY122SVP

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The Tyvek TY122SVP HazMat Coverall Suit is our most popular hazmat suit for professionals and those working on home improvements. This particular suit (TY122SVP) is offered individually wrapped and labeled, which makes it easy to see what size and style you have and keeps the suit clean during distribution. Check out the lead and asbestos removal kit that gives you everything you need to complete home improvement projects.

The TY122SVP Coverall Suit provides protection from many hazardous materials and skin irritants such as fiber insulation and dust. This Coverall Suit is suitable for a range of jobs including paint spraying, mold treatment, and lead or asbestos abatement work. Tyvek protective suits are able to breathe so they don't get too hot, but they stop dangerous particles down to 1 micron in size.

The Tyvek TY122SVP Coverall with attached hood and booties is often used by people removing lead pipes, asbestos or lead paint from structures. Painters use the DuPont HazMat Coveralls when spraying oil or epoxy-based paints, and they are used for a range of general clean up, healthcare, and maintenance work. Tyvek can only handle a little "light liquid splash" so it is generally better at protecting against dry substances. If you need protection against liquid, take a look at the Tychem series also from DuPont. If in doubt about the size, go up one size. These suits do not stretch.

Key Features:

  • Protective barrier to particles down to 1 micron

  • Protection for lead and asbestos abatement

  • Elastic wristbands

  • Attached hood and booties

  • Designed for maneuverability, comfort, and durability

  • These suits come individually poly bagged and labeled

Material Specifications:

Tyvek material is non-woven and made from flash spun, high-density polyethylene. It is a proprietary product made only by the DuPont company. 

Related Products:

Standard Tyvek Coverall 1412

Lead and Asbestos Removal Pro Kit

Part Numbers:

TY122S-MDVP - Medium

TY122S-LGVP - Large

TY122S-XLVP - Extra Large

TY122S-2XVP - 2X Large

Y122S-3XVP - 3X Large

TY122S-4XVP - 4X Large

More Information
Weight 0.4000
Color White
Brand Dupont
Size No
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  1. Paul McClure

    2014-05-30 15:43:27

    Is this type suit good for employees entering and working in sewer systems? I'm more concerned with the employee protection against the bio-hazardous waste....please advise....thanks,

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    1. Justin

      2014-05-30 15:43:27

      Here is a <a href="">list of hazards</a> Tyvek protects against. Sewage is definitely on the list. This list should provide all the information you need.

  2. Tim

    2014-06-24 14:39:12

    Are these reusable?

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    1. Justin

      2014-06-24 14:39:12

      These suits are designed to be disposable, but they can be reused if used lightly. Typically even if they are used lightly, you'll only get a few uses.

  3. AKPAN

    2014-07-17 16:15:37

    Do you have the disposable coverall with the shoe not separate shoe.

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    1. Justin

      2014-07-17 16:15:37

      The 1414 Tyvek coveralls have an attached shoe cover. They are not separate from the shoe. If you are looking for a coverall without the shoe covering, try the Tyvek 1428 coveralls. Shoe coverings separate from the coveralls can be special-ordered from customer service.

  4. Johannes Bereswill

    2014-12-10 01:25:18

    What are the dimensions (length, width and height) of a case with 25 suites? Dimensions are required to determine storage space requirements. Thx for your support and have a great day.

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    1. Chris

      2014-12-10 01:25:18

      The DuPont TY122S is packaged in a case of 25 suits. I will be referring to the bulk packaging, rather than the individually wrapped version. Sizes medium, large and x-large were all in a case that measures 16L x 10H x 9W inches. Larger sizes just get a little taller.

  5. James

    2015-01-07 23:23:10

    How do the suit sizes relate with normal wear? I wear between a L & XL a shirt normally. I would be wearing the coveralls with clothing under them so I was considering a size larger than my normal size.

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    1. Chris

      2015-01-07 23:22:21

      The DuPont size chart shown on the product page really is the best guidance we have. Wearing Tyvek garments is different than a shirt or other standard clothing. The material has essentially no stretch or give. This can put stress on the sewn seams of the coverall, resulting in a tear if not large enough. Going up a size, as you suggest in your question, is really the best way to go. With additional clothing underneath, you might give consideration to going up 2 sizes!

  6. Lynanne

    2015-07-14 19:26:41

    I am curious about sizing-up for women. If I go by height and weight, even going up a size I am concerned about fit across the bust and hips. I will be very active while wearing the suit, so split seams will be a real problem.

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    1. Ben

      2015-07-14 19:26:41

      These suits are susceptible to tearing if sized too small. It's best to get a size larger than you expect to need. Once the suit is on you can use duct tape around the ankles and wrists if the extremities are too long.

  7. Jean-Paul

    2016-06-02 15:35:53

    Hello. Is this coverall effective in preventing exposure to poison ivy? I plan on pulling plants from a garden that is overtaken by poison ivy, so I will only use the coverall once.
    I am worried about the poison ivy oils getting through.

    1 answer
    1. Ben

      2016-06-02 15:35:53

      Unfortunately this suit isn't suitable for protection from Poison Ivy. It's not a liquid barrier so the oils will soak through. The best suit for the job will be the DUPONT TYCHEM BR128T

  8. susan

    2017-03-27 00:00:00

    we would like to use an Avery T-shirt transfer to iron on/affix employee name and company logo. Do you know if the suit material can handle heat and if that would work?

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    1. Alan

      2017-03-27 21:48:25

      The suit is meant to be disposable and spun with polyethylene material which is essentially spun plastic. We don't have an exact answer, but usually not recommended to apply heat to plastic since it'll most likely melt. However, you could purchase one to try out first.

  9. bill whitlow

    2018-01-04 16:24:31

    Is this rip resistant material? Looking at using this for inspecting attics and attic work.

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    1. Hannah .

      2018-01-10 18:25:14

      This suit will be ideal for attic work, however the worry would be getting caught on something like a nail. Although they are made from spun polyethylene, they would not be resistant to rips due to catching. You may want to invest in a backup.

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