Cool suits combine the excellent protective properties of Lakeland protective fabrics with the comfort of breathable SMS technology. The coveralls feature superior protection fabric to the front of the body, the arms and legs and hood, whilst a breathable panel of Safegard SMS fabric to the rear, in the MicroMax TS and ChemMax 1 variants covered by a protective main-fabric panel sealed at top and sides. The rear panel provides breathability and helps maintain a higher level of comfort for the wearer than in standard disposables. Blue bound seams for superior protection and strength completes the MicroMAX NS Cool Suit (Type 5 & 6), whilst the MicroMax TS and ChemMax 1 and (Type 4) versions feature stitched and taped seams. Colour combinations make Cool Suits easier to recognise: MicroMax NS Cool Suit - white/blue, Micromax TS Cool Suit - white/orange and ChemMax 1 Cool Suit - yellow/green
Heat Protective Clothing
Lakeland ALM aluminised garments are designed for applications such as maintenance and repairs requiring work in proximity to high radiant and ambient heat.
Type 5 & 6 Protective Clothing
There are three basic fabric types used for Type 5 & 6 garments: SMS Polypropylene and Microporous film laminates and flashspun polyethylene. Lakeland offer two garment ranges using SMS fabrics and Microporous film laminate variants. Standard and premium options are available for both Safegard and MicroMAX, the premium versions offer unique features and benefits.
Chemical Protective Clothing
Lakeland offers users wider choice with five fabric options, each with a different level of permeation barrier against a range of chemicals. The result? Safety professionals can more accurately target garment selection at their specific application, both maximising protection and comfort AND minimising cost.
Flame Retardant Disposables
Standard disposable garments cannot be worn over thermal protective garments (“TPG’s” such as Nomex®coveralls) because, being polypropylene and/or polyethylene, they will ignite and burn, transferring heat through the TPG and dramatically increase the incidence of body burn in and flash fire provide PROTECTION against flames and heat and cannot be used to replaced EN11612 Thermal Protective Garments. Hence the standard requirement that they should not be worn next to the skin. Pyrolon disposable garments, with Type 5/6 and Type 3/4 options are constructed on unique fabric - a completely different technology - which will not ignite, melt or drip molten or burning debris. Pyrolon garments can be worn over TPG’s without compromising thermal protection. In fact Thermal mannequin testing has proved that whilst standard disposables will reduce thermal protection, Pyrolon garments can increase it – actively reducing the incidence of body burn.
Manufacturing over 600,000 garments per week, Lakeland Industries is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of industrial protective clothing.
Lakeland Protects People. It’s what we do. Our products are used every day in a wide variety of industries as well as applications throughout the world. Used to ensure workers stay safe from harm by hazards including chemicals, flames and heat.
Lakeland Industries Inc was founded over 30 years ago as the first manufacturer of nonwoven disposable coveralls.
The company now manufactures a range of protection for body, hands and arms against chemical, flame and heat in a variety of disposable and woven fabrics.
All key product manufacturing is done in-house through Lakeland’s global network of manufacturing facilities. With none being undertaken through contractors, so Lakeland maintains full control of design, production and quality. Lakeland is committed to ensuring all products continue to meet or exceed the latest international and also regional product standards. The network of regional sales divisions staffed by highly knowledgeable experts in the field, now covers five continents. Consequently Lakeland increasingly works with many of the world leading distributors of safety clothing and equipment.
With a global reach Lakeland Industries is fast becoming the world’s leading protective clothing manufacturers and the company’s high commitment to quality as the number one factor – quality of design, product, production and service – is one explanation why workers all over the world are increasingly turning to Lakeland for their choice of protective clothing.
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