Tyvek® Level D Coveralls

Collar Attached, Zipper Front, 25 each
Customer favorite for protection from dirt, spray and irritating fibers.   Read More 

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$197.00 - $226.00
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Customer favorite for protection from dirt, spray and irritating fibers.
  • Soft, lightweight, spun-bonded olefin is free of pores to resist hazards such as radioactive, asbestos or lead dust
  • Wet or dry, these coveralls remain strong, puncture-resistant and flexible to 100°F
  • Biologically inert, low-linting, treated to minimize static buildup
  • Meets ANSI/ISEA 101-1985 sizing requirements
  • Non-sparking zipper improves safety around combustible hazards
  • Great for use in industries such as gasoline, electricity, nuclear energy, chemicals, painting and printing
  • Features serged seams, collar, zipper front, elasticized wrists and ankles


Color White
Ankle Style Elastic
Closure Style Zipper Front
Seams Serged
Storm Flap No Storm Flap
Wrist Style Elastic
Sold as 25 per box
Weight 7.534 lbs.
# per Pallet 42
Composition Tyvek® Material
Attached Collar
UNSPSC 46181503
Pigalog® Page Number Page 205

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Based on 2 reviews

By Elena


Tyvek Suits

I love ordering from New Pig. it's quick, easy and best of all...free goodies! Seriously though, I like the quick shipping and competitive prices. My most recent order was for 2 cases of Tyvek suits. They shipped securely packaged in plastic and boxed up. The order was complete and correct. I make New Pig my first stop whenever my boss asks me to find and order a particular item.

By John


Unclear specifications

These coveralls, as per the description, are rated as "Splash resistant". Well... they are only splash resistant if you happen to get powder thrown at you. Any liquid bearing media will seep through this fabric in a matter of moments making them a poor choice for any job involving liquids. Do not look at the picture associated with the product description and think that these are even remotely appropriate for use in an environment that involves liquids... they are NOT. If you are looking for protection from dusts and paint mists they perform well enough for the price. There needs to be a more clear method of rating the coveralls as to their effectivness against liquids or other environments. They do look rather dapper though...

Additional Information

  • 29 CFR 1910.132
    Employers must evaluate the workplace for process, environmental, chemical, radiological or mechanical hazards; and provide workers with appropriate personal protective equipment to protect them from any hazards present in the workplace.