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Chemical-Resistant Jacket with Attached Hood

Chemical-Resistant Jacket with Attached Hood x 1

$34.99

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Tingley

Chemical-Resistant Jacket with Attached Hood

Tingley

Chemical-Resistant Jacket with Attached Hood

$34.99

Item #181963-3XL

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Due to the unusually high demand and limited supply of this item, we are not accepting returns.

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Tingley Chemical-Resistant Jacket not only protects you from high-toxicity chemicals and pesticides, it's also flame-resistant!

This PVC/polyester-blend jacket protects you from many industrial acids, chemicals and caustic elements, plus it meets pesticide label requirements for coveralls, long-sleeve shirts, pants and chemical-resistant suits. Green color. Chemical-resistant bib overall (Item # 181964) shown above is sold separately. WARNING: There are environments and uses for which these coveralls are unsuitable. It is the responsibility of the user to review available data to verify that the garment is appropriate for the intended use and meets all government and industry standards. Avoid open flame or intense heat. NOTE: Due to the thousands of pesticide formulations available today, it's impossible to determine if a particular garment protects against a specific chemical. Therefore, we recommend testing the clothing against the chemical before using.

  • Fire Resistant: Flame-resistant material features hidden hardware for added protection
  • Head Protection: Attached hood has an adjustable drawstring and is large enough to fit over a hardhat
  • Versatile: This jacket is ideal for sanitation, food processing and acid-based production

WARNING: There are environments and uses for which these coveralls are unsuitable. It is the responsibility of the user to review available data to verify that the garment is appropriate for the intended use and meets all government and industry standards. Avoid open flame or intense heat. NOTE: Due to the thousands of pesticide formulations available today, it's impossible to determine if a particular garment protects against a specific chemical. Therefore, we recommend testing the clothing against the chemical before using.