DuPont Tyvek 400 HazMat Coverall Suit TY127SVP
The TY127SVP tyvek suits keep out dangerous or irritating particles while still letting the air through. This zipper-front coverall has an attached hood with elastic as well as wrist and ankle bands. The individually wrapped Tyvek TY127SVP hazmat suit is an ideal disposable work suit for many different applications. Individually wrapped and labeled, the packaging allows for easy distribution and visibility of the size and style while keeping the suit clean. We also offer lead and asbestos removal kit that gives you everything you need to complete your home improvement projects.
Tyvek material keeps harmful particles (asbestos or lead dust) as well as skin irritants (sanded fiberglass) away from the wearer, making it a popular choice for toxic material abatement and clean-up. It is also used in areas where sewage or other toxic materials may pose health risks to unprotected workers. Tyvek coveralls offers some protection against a "light liquid splash" as long as the liquid is non-toxic. That means it's generally better for dry particle and spray protection. Please note that Tyvek coveralls are industrial protective clothing but are not suitable for clean-room or sterile environments since they do not come pre-sealed. For asbestos and lead clean up, it is advisable to have coverings for your shoes as well as the rest of your body. For this kind of work, please consider the Tyvek TY122S HazMat Coverall Suit 1414.
- Stops particles down to 1 micron
- Protection from a long list of harmful and toxic materials
- Elastic wrist and ankle bands
- Attached hood
- Redesigned for ease of movement
- Reinforced tear areas
Material Specifications: High density, non-woven flash spun polyethylene material.
TY127S-MDVP - Medium
TY127S-XLVP - Extra Large
TY127S-2XVP - 2X Large
TY127S-3XVP - 3X Large
TY127S-4XVP - 4X Large
Are these suits ok to clean mold off wood in a crawl space? Thanks1 answer
Tyvek coveralls have been our ‘go to’ product for this application over many years. The Tyvek material keeps dust and mold spores out quite effectively, while shedding light splash. This will be a messy job, almost no matter how you slice it. With this suit you can save your standard clothing, not having a whole bunch of nasty stuff in the laundry.
There are some limitations to be aware of. The Tyvek fabric does not stretch. This can put stress on the sewn seams, which is definitely the weak point. Having a large enough size can help reduce or eliminate tears under the arm and at the crotch. Also, sharp edges or exposed nails can cause a rip or tear, just so you are aware.
The larger size can be ‘tailored’ with duct tape if you need to make adjustments. Same goes for gloves and booties; just tape them to the suit to seal yourself up. Leave plenty of room to stretch your arms and legs.
Last thing I’ll say is that the suit will get hot. Keeping out the dust and mold spores means that the heat is kept in. Plan on working in a slow, methodical manner, and taking breaks regularly. Drink lots of water.
Can it be reused?1 answer
<p>Depending on the application, it can be re-used in the short term.These coveralls are considered disposable after a few uses.</p>