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These Tyvek paper suits are double seam reinforced with a non-sparking zipper. Provides complete coverage with comfort and freedom of movement. Tyvek paint suits are commonly used for painting and sanding. Typical application include: agriculture, food processing, medical applications for use as modesty garments, fiberglass manufacturing, spray painting / finishing operations, lead abatement, asbestos abatement, mold remediation, and other applications involving dry chemicals, dirt and radioactive dust.
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A proprietary fabric technology only available from DuPont
The industry leader in disposable, dry particle and aerosol protection
An inherent barrier - not a laminate that can be easily scratched or compromised
Available in a complete range of protective garment styles
Lightweight, low-linting and anti-static
Paint Suits and Accessories
do you custom make fiber glass Jackets?
I do not know if they make jackets, but the one piece works well...
Are the suits considered lintless?
I do not recall them being represented as lintless,but due to there construction it is doubtful that they would be the source for lint that could contaminate your project. They are great at protecting my work cloths from resins, fiberglass fibers and paints. Good luck.
how do I know what size I wear?
If you are an averaged size guy, I would go with large.... after the holidays, you may need extra large! seriously, go with the extra large and you can always cut some off or just tape up. :)
I wear a 46 short suit and ordered an XL. When in doubt, order a size larger so you have room to move around comfortably!!
Does the job
Did the job - 5 coats of primer & bottom paint and this thing kept it all off me. It was 80+ degrees when I used it - I sweat so much that as I was stirring the paint sweat was pouring out of my sleeve into the can. Because of this, I would not expect to re-use.
Suit up- you will work better
If you are doing a bottom job on a boat- in addition to the usual supplies and tools you really need a couple of paint suits, good disposable gloves, a good respirator and googles. The paint suit will keep the debris and chemicals off your clothes and skin. If you do fiberglass work the paper suit will prevent the itchies.