Pyrolon CBFR Coverall with elasticated hood, waist and cuffs, attached socks, double storm flap with hook & loop fastening

Style Number: EBR214Translations

Outer high barrier FR film laminated to proprietary non-woven substrate of viscose rayon to create a chemical barrier fabric with FR properties.

  • Combines Flame Retardency to EN 14116 (Index 3) with Type 3 & 4 chemical protection. Fabric will not ignite or burn: chars at temperature lower than its ignition point.
  • Index 3 of EN 14116 - the same vertical flammability requirements as an EN 11612 FR coverall - Pyrolon CBFR will provide some protection against flames and heat
  • Coverall with elasticated hood,cuffs,waist and attached socks.
  • Soft and flexible fabric yet tough and durable
  • Single zip front fastening with double storm flap secured with hook and loop. If uncontaminated and undamaged it can be used multiple times

Features: Attached hood, Tape sealed seams, Attached sock boots with boot flaps, Double storm flap with hook and loop closure, "Super B“ pattern, Elastic face and wrists

Colors
Sizes
SM - 3XL
Case Size
10/case
Seam
Stitched/Taped

Resources

Pyrolon® CBFR Physical Properties
Physical PropertyTest MethodUnitsTest Results
Abrasion ResistanceEN 530Cycles>2000 / Class 6
Flex CrackingEN 7854:1997 Method BCycles>5,000 / <15,000 / Class 3
Trapezoidal Tear Resistance (md)EN 9073-4: 1997Newtons82.73 / Class 3
Trapezoidal Tear Resistance (cd)EN ISO 9073-4 : 1997Newtons55.7 / Class 3
Tensile Strength (md)EN ISO 13934-1:1999Newtons140 / Class 3
Tensile Strength (cd)EN ISO 13934-1:1999Newtons140 / Class 3
Puncture ResistanceEN 863:1995Newtons22 / Class 2
Seam StrengthEN ISO 13935-2: 1999Newtons190 / Class 4

Physical properties data is based on standard tests required by CE certification designed to allow easy comparison of the strength, durability and robustness of different garments. Lakeland's "Guide to Type 5 & 6 Coveralls" contains easy reference comparison tables of Lakeland garments with main competitors. A glossary with brief explanation of these tests can be found in Lakeland’s “Guide to Chemical Suit Selection”.

Pyrolon® CBFR Permeation Data
Challenge ChemicalCAS NumberPhysical StateNormalized Breakthrough Time
Acetone67-64-1Liquid>480
Nitrobenzene98-95-3Liquid>480
1,3-Butadiene106-99-0Gas>480
Acetonitrile75-05-8Liquid>480
Acrylonitrile107-13-1Liquid>480
Ammonia7664-41-7Gas>480
Benzene71-43-2Liquid>480
Carbon Disulfide75-15-0Liquid>480
Chlorine7782-50-5Gas>480
Chromic Acid1333-82-0Liquid>480
Crude OilN/ALiquid>480
Dichloromethane75-09-2Liquid>480
Diesel FuelMIXTURELiquid>480
Diethylamine109-89-7Liquid309
Dimethylformamide68-12-2Liquid>480
Ethyl Acetate141-78-6Liquid>480
Ethyl Benzene100-41-4Liquid>480
Ethylene Glycol107-21-1Liquid>480
Ethylene Oxide75-21-8Gas>480
GasolineMIXTURELiquid>480
Hydrochloric Acid7647-01-0Liquid>480
Hydrofluoric Acid7664-39-3Liquid>480
Hydrogen Chloride7647-01-0Gas>480
Hydrogen Fluoride7664-39-3Gas96
Methanol67-56-1Liquid33
Methyl Chloride74-87-3Gas>480
n-Hexane110-54-3Liquid>480
Nitric Acid7697-37-2Liquid>480
Potassium Hydroxide1310-58-3Liquid>480
Sodium Hydroxide1310-73-2Liquid>480
Sulfuric Acid7664-93-9 Liquid>480
Tetrachloroethylene127-18-4Liquid>480
Tetrahydrofuran109-99-9Liquid21
Vinyl Chloride75-01-4Gas>480
1-3 butadiene106-99-0gas>480

NOTE: Permeation test data relates to "Normalised Breakthrough" which measures the time for permeation rate to reach a specific speed (In CE EN 6529 testing, 1.0µg/min/cm2 and in US ASTM F739 testing, 0.1µg/min/cm2). This does not indicate when the chemical first breaks through the fabric and is not an indication of how long the suit can be safely used as the chemical may have permeated through the fabric before the Normalised Breakthrough time. This might be critical in cases of chemicals with high toxicity