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ChemMAX® 1

Style Number CT1S428

ChemMAX® is Lakeland comprehensive range of coveralls for Type 3 & 4 protection against hazardous chemicals.
ChemMAX® 1 is the entry level lightweight coverall featuring a HDPE film laminated to a PE substrate. Effective protection against range of commonly used chemicals combined with taped seams, double zip & storm flap and lakeland’s unique Super-B style. See Lakeland’s guide to the selection of limited life coveralls for hazardous chemical protection.

Certification
EN 14605 (Type 3 & 4)
EN 13982 (Type 5)
EN 13034 (Type 6)
EN 1149-5 (Anti-static)
EN 14126 (Bio hazard / infectious agents)
EN 1073 (radiation contaminated dusts

Download ChemMAX 1 Technical Data Sheet

Download Lakeland's guide to the selection of Type 3 & 4 chemical suits (available soon)

Product Information

Details

Fabric offers protection against a range of commonly used chemicals.
Stitched and taped seams for fully impervious seams.
Lakeland double zip / storm flap for front fastening security.
Wide, cushioned knee-pads
Coverall with 3 piece hood, inset sleeves, 2 piece diamond crotch gusset, elasticated hood, waist, cuffs and ankles, cushioned knee-pads

Colour:  Yellow
Seam:  Stitched and taped  click here for more information 

Key Features Applications and Industries Additional Notes

Taped seam means a fully sealed seam against liquid and dust ingress.
Permeation tested against a basic range of chemicals.
Double zip / storm flap for secure protection to front fastening.
Double layer cushioned knee-pads for comfort and security.

All chemical suits are available in a special “plus” design featuring
attached boots with over-flaps and double elasticated cuffs.

Tank Cleaning
Petrochemical and refining applications
Maintenance applications
Chemical handling and distribution
Chemical clean-ups and spill management
Contaminated land clearing
Oil-spill clean-ups


Selection of chemical suits will require an assessment
of the chemical barrier against relevant chemicals
according to permeation tests as well as on the
design and comfort level of the suit. A summary
of tests on ChemMAX 1 can be seen on the
technical information page. See Lakeland’s
guide to the selection of chemical suits for
further information.  

Packaging:  Individually vaccum packed
Carton quantity:  
10
Styles available:  
Coverall with elastic hood, cuffs, ankles and waist, double zip & Storm flap front fastening.“Plus” versions with attached boots and / or double cuffs

 

CONTACT: Email  sales-europe@lakeland.com  for more information 

Technical Information

Technical Information

Additional Details
Physical Data for Chemmax®, Tomtex® & Interceptor®
   

TomTEX®

ChemMAX® 1 ChemMAX® 2 ChemMAX® 3  ChemMAX®4 Interceptor®
 Test  Test Number Result  Result  Result  Result Result Result
 Trapezoidal Tear - md  EN 9073  54N /Class 3 57N /Class 3  167.2N /Class 6  88.2N /Class 4  165.7N/Class 6  244N/Class 6
 Trapezoidal Tear - cd  EN 9073  34.5N / Class 2 43N / Class 3  67.5N /Class 4  50.4N /Class 3   157.27N/Class 6  229N/Class 6
 Trapezoidal Tear - mean  EN 9073  44.255N / Class 3 50N / Class 3  117.35N /Class 5  69.3N /Class 4   161.45N/Class 6  236.5N/Class 6
 Tensile Strength - md  ISO 13934  -  108.8N/Class 3   216.2 N /Class 4  139N /Class 3  308.5N/Class 4  -
 Tensile Strength - cd  ISO 13934  - 72.4N/Class 2   93.2N / Class 3 92.3N /Class 2   276.5N/Class 4  -
 Abrasion Resistance  EN 530  >100<500 cycles/Class 2 >100 cycles/Class 2  >2,000 cycles / Class 6 500 cycles / Class 2  2000 cycles/Class 6  >2000 cycles/Class 6
 Puncture Resistance  EN 863  9.51N / Class 1 10.9N / Class 2  11.8N / Class 2 11.4N / Class 2  31.8N/Class 2  40.9N/Class 2
 Burst Strength  ISO 2960  228kPa /Class 3 79kPa /Class 1  115.1kPa /Class 2 81.6kPa /Class 2  392.6kPa /Class 4  -
Flex Cracking Resistance ISO 7854  >5k<15k flexes/Class 3 <2500 flexes /Class 1  100,000 flexes / Class 6 150,000 flexes/ Class 4  1100 flexes/ Class 1  >2500 flexes /Class 2
Hydrostatic Head ISO 811  351cm / n/a -  - -  -  -
Resistance to Ignition EN 13274-4   Pass / n/a -  - -  -  No after flame, drop formation and hole formation / PASS
Seam Strength EN 5082  118.22N/Class 3

104.9N/Class 3

148.3N/Class 4

165.28N/Class 4

 449N/Class 5  648N/Class 6
The table above shows the result of standard CE certification required mechanical strength tests on fabrics and seams to provide a general profile of the garment mechanical properties. These are a reflection of controlled lab tests and actual performance of nonwoven fabrics and films may vary. For more detail on each of these tests please see the page at CE Certification and Marking.

  

        Lakeland Chemical Permeation Table according to EN 5629 -Annex B (EN Permeation Test Method) 
    TomteX ChemMAX 1 ChemMAX 2 ChemMAX 3 ChemMAX 4 Interceptor
 Chemical CAS No *

"Normalized" Breakthrough * in minutes at rate of 1µg / min / cm2  

 Acetone 67-64-1 nt  Imm Imm  >480  >480  >480
Acetonitrile  70-05-8  nt  >480  >480   >480  >480  >480
Carbon Disulphide 75-15-0  nt  >480  Imm   >480  >480  >480
Dichloromethane  75-09-2  nt  Imm  Imm   >480  >480  >480
Diethylamine  109-89-7  nt  Imm  15   Imm  >480  >480
Ethyl Acetate  141-78-6  nt  Imm  >480  >480   >480  >480
n-hexane  110-54-3  nt  Imm  >480  >480   >480  >480
Methanol  67-56-1 5 210  >480  >480   >480  >480
Sodium Hydroxide  1310-73-2  >480  >480 (50%)  >480 (50%)  >480 (50%)   >480  >480
Sulphuric Acid (96%)  7664-93-9  >480  >480 >480  >480   >480  >480
Tetrahydrafuran  109-99-9  nt  Imm  81  >480   >480  >480
 Toluene 108-88-3  nt Imm  Imm  >480   >480  >480
               
 Competitor A   Competitor A1   QNA   Competitor A2  Competitor A3 QNA 
Acetone 67-64-1 30   QNA >480 >480 QNA 
Acetonitrile 70-05-8 7   QNA  >480  >480 QNA 
Carbon Disulphide 57-15-0 Imm   QNA  >480  QNA 
Dichloromethane 75-09-2 Imm   QNA  59 QNA 
Diethylamine 109-89-7 Imm   QNA  Imm  >480  QNA 
Ethyl Acetate 141-78-6 Imm   QNA  >480  >480  QNA 
n-Hexane 110-54-3 Imm   QNA  >480  >480  QNA 
Methanol 67-56-1 >480   QNA  >480  >480  QNA 
Sodium Hydroxide 1310-73-2 >480 (40%)   QNA  >480  >480  QNA 
Sulphuric Acid (96%) 7664-93-9 >480   QNA  >480  >480  QNA 
Tetrahydrafuran 109-99-9 Imm QNA  >480  QNA 
Toluene 108-88-3 Imm   QNA  >480  >480  QNA 
              
 Competitor B     Competitor B1 QNA   Competitor B2  QNA  Competitor B3
Acetonitrile 67-64-1 Nt QNA   >480 QNA  >480
Carbon Disulphide 70-05-8 Nt QNA  >480  QNA  >480 
Dichloromethane 75-09-2 Nt   QNA  >480  QNA  >480 
Diethylamine 109-89-7 Nt   QNA  Imm  QNA  >480 
Ethyl Acetate 141-78-6 Nt   QNA  >480  QNA  >480 
n-Hexane 110-54-3 Nt   QNA  >480  QNA  >480 
Methanol 67-56-1 Nt   QNA  >480  QNA  >480 
Sodium Hydroxide 1310-73-2 >480 (42%) QNA  >480  QNA  >480 
Sulphuric Acid (96%) 7664-93-9 >480 (98%) QNA  .>480 (50%)  QNA  >480 
Tatrahydrafuran 109-99-9 Nt   QNA   >480 QNA  >480 
Toluene 108-88-3 Nt   QNA  >480  QNA  >480 

Notes:

  • Imm = Immediate breakthrough    /    nt = Not Tested     /    QNA = eQuivalent Not Available
  • Chemicals are tested at a concentration of 100% or saturation unless otherwise stated.
  • Beware! Chemical testing according to EN 6529 is conducted at 25% oC +/- 5oC. permeation rates may vary considerably at higher ambient temperatures
  • Material Safety Data Sheets on many commonly used chemicals can be found here. (Lakeland make no claim or guarantee that the information on these sheets is correct).
  • Normalized breakthrough times are a reflection of controlled laboratory tests according to EN6529 (or previous versions EN 369 & EN 374-3). “Normalized Breakthrough” is defined as the time to reach a measured PERMEATION RATE of 1.0µg / min / cm2. This DOES NOT indicate the time to any measured breakthrough of a chemical nor that NO TRACE of the chemical has permeated through the fabric in less than 480 Minutes. Further, results may vary according to lab, detection methods and sensitivity, and ambient conditions such as temperature.
  • These results are therefor not intended to indicate any guaranteed duration of “safe use” for any garment but rather to provide a basic guide to preliminary selection and to indicate chemical protective capabilities relative to each other
  • Chemical suit selection should also be made on the basis of design requirements as well as fabric chemical barrier
     
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