When performing decontamination, maintenance, inspection and cleaning work, handling oil or filling and transferring materials, concerned people often face the risk that their skin may come into contact with solid or liquid chemicals. Only a full body protective suit can prevent this from happening.
Dräger (Drägerwerk Verwaltungs AG) has announced extending its portfolio with the new splash protective suits SPC 4400 and 4800 made from innovative coated CPM and CLF material, offering users the best protection possible in different conditions.
Splash protective suits SPC 4400 and 4800
New splash protective suits offer protection against fine dust and powder, along with inorganic chemicals
The new splash protective suits offer protection against fine dust and powder as well as many concentrated inorganic acids and bases, and enhanced resistance to a broad range of organic liquid chemicals. Users can choose from different suit designs to find the one that is the best fit for their individual requirements.
The SPC 4400 is suited for basic tasks. The suit was developed for single use with a single-use dust mask, half mask or full face mask, a self-contained breathing apparatus and a compressed air hose device. The SPC 4800 offers enhanced protection and feature a face cuff similar to the one in the Dräger CPS gas-tight chemical protection suit. Liquid-tight seams, inbuilt gloves, socks and cuffs make the additional use of tape unnecessary.
Full face mask and self-contained breathing apparatus
The SPC 4800 has been designed for use with a full face mask coupled with a self-contained breathing apparatus, a powered air purifying respirator and a compressed air hose device. Dräger is an international renowned medical company in the fields of medical and safety technology. Their products protect, support and save lives.