Protective clothing guide, how to use protective clothing

Introduction of protective clothing

 

 

Industrial protective clothing is an essential compromise between eliminating potential risks and completing the tasks while accepting certain harms that are inherent in daily working life.

It is an essential shield to protect frontline operators from hazardous workplace especially dealing with chemicals, liquid jets, infective agents and others.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The differences between the four types of protective clothing

 

In Derekduck, we categorize protective clothing into four different categories by its function, which are particulate protection, flame retardant, liquid protection and chemical protection.

 

 

  • Particulate protection – ULTITEC 1000L is designed to protect against harmful particulates and light liquid spray in workplace with highly breathable comfortness. It was applied for Turkey gas plant asbestos removal operation.
    Related Articles:ULTITEC 1000L Dust & Light Liquid Spray Protective Coverall

 

 

  • Liquid Protection – ULTITEC 2000 is designed to protect wearers against heavy liquid splash and biological hazards. The most popular and widely applied choice in various industries. ULTITEC 2000 and ULTITEC 3000T was selected to provide ultimate protection for H1N1 battle in Myanmar.
    Related Articles:ULTITEC 2000 Dust, Liquid Splash & Infective Agent Resistant Coverall

 

  • Chemical Protection – ULTITEC 4000 is a fully liquid-proof protective clothing which provides an outstanding barrier against various chemicals, liquid jets and infective agents. It is applied in Petronas Malaysia which perform works at upstream oil & gas companies.
    Related Articles:ULTITEC 4000 Chemical & Liquid Jet Resistant Protective Clothing

Resistant to harmful chemical liquids such as 98% sulfuric acid

 

ULTITEC 5000 was recently proven against Hydrofluoric Acid at normalized breakthrough time “>480 minutes”. It was a powerful contact poison and one of the toxic inorganic acids used for industrial purposes namely glass finishing, metal etching, and electronics manufacturing. It will cause severe skin burns and may be absorbed into blood and resulted in systemic injury. While ULTITEC 4000 can be used to protect against Sodium Cyanide, a highly toxic chemical that interfered the body’s ability to use oxygen and caused fatality. It was used for fumigation, electroplating, extracting gold and silver from ores, and chemical manufacturing.