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12Y508 46500 UNSPSC # 46181501

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Chemical Resistant Bib Apron, Universal, Blue, Polyolefin, PK 100

  • Item # 12Y508
  • Mfr. Model # 46500
  • UNSPSC # 46181501
  • Catalog Page # 1733 1733
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

These aprons protect workers from non-hazardous dry particulates and non-hazardous liquid splash and spray. Dry particulates are larger in size than aerosols and include dust and dirt. Splash is non-pressurized or lightly pressurized when it contacts a garment, while spray is pressurized. Aprons cover the front of the worker from the chest to the knee or below. Sometimes called bib aprons, they are sleeveless and have an open back, so workers who wear them all day stay cooler than wearing garments that cover the front and back.

Technical Specs

  • Item Chemical Resistant Bib Apron
  • Color Blue
  • FDA Compliant No
  • Material Polyolefin
  • Overall Length 55 in
  • Overall Width 35 in
  • Package Quantity 100
  • Packaging Bulk
  • Seam Style Raw
  • Series VR(R)
  • Size Universal
  • Standards FDA Approved
  • Thickness 4 mil
  • Chemical Ratings Meets ASTM F739-12
  • Pathogen Meets ASTM F739-12
  • Waist Closure Tie
  • Anti-Static Yes
  • Back Style Open-Back
  • Brand and Series VR Protective Wear
  • Garment Style Apron
  • Length Type Shin
  • Protection Type Liquid, Particulate
  • Apron Material Polyolefin
  • Apron Type Bib Apron
  • Breakaway No
  • Garment Size S, M, L
  • Hazard Protection Type Non-Hazardous Dry Particulates, Non-Hazardous Liquid Splash, Non-Hazardous Liquid Spray
  • Includes Grommets No
  • Includes Sleeves No
  • Material Performance Medium Duty
  • Neck Closure Type Loop Strap
  • Secondary Flame Resistantance No

These aprons protect workers from non-hazardous dry particulates and non-hazardous liquid splash and spray. Dry particulates are larger in size than aerosols and include dust and dirt. Splash is non-pressurized or lightly pressurized when it contacts a garment, while spray is pressurized. Aprons cover the front of the worker from the chest to the knee or below. Sometimes called bib aprons, they are sleeveless and have an open back, so workers who wear them all day stay cooler than wearing garments that cover the front and back.

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