ChemMax® 4 Plus-the pinnacle for Type 3 & 4 high hazard chemical protection.

ChemMax 4 Plus uses a combination of multiple polymer films laminated to spunbonded PP substrate to create a high barrier against a wide range of hazardous chemicals.

Tough and durable, ChemMax 4 Plus can be used multiple times if undamaged and un-contaminated . The high-tech European-manufactured extrusion fabric construction results in a smoother, softer, more flexible and more consistent finish than bonded or glued competitors and with none of the ‘pinching’ or crushed bond points seen in competitor fabrics.

ChemMax 4 Plus is tested against against a full range of chemical warfare agents for anti-terror and civil defence operations.

Combined with a double-zip and storm flap front fastening design, cushioned double-layer knee pads and Lakeland's Super-B style coverall for superior fit, wearability and durability, this makes ChemMax 4 Plus the pinnacle for Type 3 & 4 high hazard chemical protection.


ChemMax® 4 Plus Brand Features

  • Extremely high chemical hold-out
  • All ASTM F1001 chemical >480 minutes
  • Softest, most flexible multi-film fabric on the market
  • Available in tan and yellow
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ChemMax® 4 Plus Specifications
  • Seam Types:: Heat Sealed Seam
  • Material:: Multi-layer barrier polymers
  • Garment Configurations: : Coverall with 3 piece hood, inset sleeves, 2 piece diamond crotch gusset, elasticated hood, waist, cuffs and ankles
  • Color:: Yellow. Green and Khaki
Applications
  • Paint and Hazardous Liquids – Spray
  • High Exposure | High Risk
  • Hazmat, Non-Certified
  • Chemical Handling
  • Petrochemical
Certifications
  • EN 14605 (Type 3 & 4)
  • EN 13982 (Type 5)
  • EN 13034 (Type 6)
  • EN 1149-5 (Anti-static)
  • EN 14126 (Bio hazard / infectious agents)

ChemMax® 4 Plus is not flame resistant and should not be used around heat, flame, sparks, or in potentially flammable or explosive environments. Garments made of ChemMax® 4 Plus should have slip resistant or anti-slip materials on the outer surface of boots, shoe covers or other garment surfaces in conditions where slipping could occur.