Hazard Protection Type
These overalls with secondary flame resistance protect workers from hazardous dry particulates and light-chemical splash and spray. Secondary flame-resistant clothing is worn over a baselayer of personal flame-resistant clothing (such as shirts and pants) when there is an intermittent or low risk of encountering fire. These garments are not a primary source of flame protection. Dry particulates are larger in size than aerosols and include dust and dirt. Garments that provide light-chemical splash and spray resistance protect against inorganic acids, bases, and salts and are worn when cleaning tanks or hazardous waste cleanup when liquid jet streams are encountered. Overalls (sometimes called bib overalls) are sleeveless garments that cover the torso and legs. They are held up by shoulder straps and worn with a shirt or jacket or when shoulders and arms don't need coverage.
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