titan 460 cps type 3/4/5

T460
High performance chemical protection suit, Type 3-B, 4-B, 5-B levels of protection
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TITAN 460 CPS CE Type 3,4 CAT III Disposable Chemical Protection Suit

  • High performance chemical protection suit
  • Type 3-B, 4-B, 5-B levels of protection
  • Certified to PPE directive CE EN14126 for biological hazards
  • Certified to EN 1073-2 for radioactive hazards
  • Certified to EN1149-1 for antistatic properties
  • Features double closing storm flaps, wraparound chin strap, finger loop and elasticised wrists, ankles and hood
  • 4-thread seam stitching, 3–3.5 stitches per cm, stronger seam strength compared to other brands
  • Elastic is stitched outside the coverall to avoid any possible allergy reaction.
  • Auto-locking zippers, well folded-in for user comfort 
  • Seams are oversealed to ensure no penetration of liquid
  • Bright yellow fabric for high visibility
  • Suitable for protection against a range of chemical jets and sprays
  • Uncompromising protection.
  • Sizes M - 2XL

 

 

PERFORMANCE CHART OF TITAN 460

FABRIC PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

 

RESULT

Abrasion Resistance

EN530

 

>100 cyc

Class 2

Flex Cracking Resistance

ISO 7854 B

 

>1000cyc

Class 1

Trapezoidal Tear Resist. MD

ISO 9073-4

 

53N

Class 3

XD

 

71N

Class 4

Tensile Strength MD

ISO 13934-1

 

121N

Class 3

XD

 

82N

Class 2

Puncture resistance

EN863

 

9N**

Class 1

Seam Strength

ISO 13935-2

 

108.2N

Class 3

Induction decay

EN1149 - 3

 

S > 0.2

pH Value

EN1413

 

6.2

AZO dyes

EN14362-1

 

pass

Note ** exclusion: EN ISO 1073-2:2002 clause 4.2 requires class 2

RESISTANCE TO CHEMICAL PENETRATION EN ISO 6530

 

PENETRATION

REPELLENCY

Sulphuric acid 30%

 

Class 3

Class 3

Sodium Hydroxide 10%

 

Class 3

Class 3

o-Xylene

 

Class 2

Class 3

Butan-1-ol

 

Class 2

Class 3

RESISTANCE TO CHEMICAL PERMEATION EN 374-3

CAS NO.

RESULT

CLASS

Acetic Acid (80%)

64-19-7

 

 

Acetic Acid (96%)

64-19-7

14 mins

Class 1

Acetone

67-64-1

imm

 

Acetonitrile

75-05-8

imm

 

Carbon Disulfide

75-15-0

imm

 

Chromic Acid (80%)

7738-94-5

>480 mins

Class 6

Dichloromethane

75-09-2

imm

 

Diethylamine

109-89-7

imm

 

Dimethyl Formamide

68-12-2

>480 mins

Class 6

Ethyl Acetate

141-78-6

imm

 

Formaldehyde (10%)

50-00-0

>480 mins

Class 6

Hydrochloric Acid (37%)

7647-01-0

15 mins

Class 1

Methanol

67-56-1

>480 mins

Class 6

n-hexane

110-54-3

imm

 

Nitric Acid (65%)

7697-37-2

273 mins

Class 5

Perchloric Acid

7601-90-3

>480 mins

Class 6

Potassium Chromate

7789-00-6

>480 mins

Class 6

Sodium Hydroxide (40%)

1310-73-2

>480 mins

Class 6

Sulphuric Acid (96%)

7664-93-9

>480 mins

Class 6

Sulphuric Acid 98%

7664-93-9

>480 mins

Class 6

Tetrahydrofuran

109-99-9

imm

 

Toluene

108-88-3

imm

 

Formic Acid (85%)

64 -18 -6

>480 min

Class 6

Potassium Hydroxide (50%)

1310-58-3

>480 min

Class 6

Hydrogen Chloride (37%)

7647-01-0

53 min

Class 2

Ammonia (30%)

7664-41-7

14 min

Class 1

PROTECTION AGAINST INFECTIVE AGENTS

ISO

16603:2004

ISO

16604:2004

ISO

22611:2003

ISO

22612:2005

ISO

22610:2006

Class 6

Class 6

Class 3

Class 3

Class 6

WHOLE SUIT TEST PERFORMANCE

Type 3 Protection against chemicals - Jet test method defined by EN14605+A1:2009 + ISO 17491 - 3

Pass

Type 4 Protection against chemicals - Spray test method defined by EN14605+A1:2009 + ISO 17491 - 4

Pass

Type 5 EN ISO 13982-1+A1:2010 Method as defined by EN ISO 13982-2:2004

Pass

Protective clothing against radioactive materials as defined by EN1073-2:2002

pass = Ljmn.82/90 ≤ 30% and LS.8/10 ≤ 15%

Class 1

Download Esko's guide on correct donning and doffing of coveralls in hazardous situataions: 
Titan 460 - Dress and undress instruction

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