Every frontliner deserves to feel safe

We make two types of recoveralls. One tailored for non-medical frontline workers, and one for health care professionals. Here's the breakdown:

 

What's best for you?

Both Level 1 & Level 2 Reusable Coveralls feature the same design, made with two different washable medical-grade barrier fabrics. In a nutshell, Level 2 Reusable Coveralls are even more fluid-resistant than Level 1. 


Best for

Non-medical essential workers

Healthcare professionals

Fluid-resistant

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Head and neck coverage

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Machine-washable

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Elastic cuffs

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Four pockets

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Extra-long locking zipper

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Easy to don & doff

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Enhanced water resistance

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Teflon HT treatment

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Extended durability

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Continuous filament fabric

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Antistatic fabric

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Fabric used in Class 10 clean rooms

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Fabric AAMI PB70 barrier level

1

2

Fabric mean pore size

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1-3 microns

Impact penetration AATCC 42

4.34g

≤ 1.0g

Hydrostatic resistance AATCC 127

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≥ 50cm

Minimum washes before maintenance required

25

75