The Enviroguard polypropylene standard coverall is a disposable single-piece protective garment made of lightweight white polypropylene fabric to help protect against dirt and grime. This polypropylene fabric is breathable, allowing heat and moisture to escape for comfort, and lightweight (30 GSM) for ease of movement. This coverall features elastic cuffs for a tight fit at the wrists, open cuffs for a loose fit at the ankles, and a front zipper to facilitate donning. The seams are serged for reinforcement and fray resistance. This protective garment meets the ANSI/ISEA (American National Standards Institute/International Safety Equipment Association) 101-1996 standard, which provides requirements for the performance, size dimensions, labeling, and packaging of limited-use and disposable coveralls.
Coveralls, also known as boilersuits, are single-piece protective garments with full length legs and sleeves. Coveralls come in a range of protection levels, from light-duty suits worn over street clothes to keep them clean while working, to heavy-duty hazmat suits that protect the wearer from toxic liquids, gases, and airborne particles. Less protective suits are made of breathable fabric, and can weigh less and feel less restrictive than heavy-duty suits. More protective suits are made of fabrics impervious to gases and water vapor, and include hoods, attached boot covers, taped seams, all features which can lead to discomfort or heat stress if worn for extended periods. Protective coveralls are commonly used in applications such as paint spraying, mold remediation, environmental cleanup, and fiberglass installation.
Enviroguard manufactures industrial protective apparel including limited-use and disposable clothing, nonwoven apparel, and antistatic garments. The company, founded in 1992 and headquartered in Mesquite, TX, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard 9001:2000.