Lakeland’s MicroMax NS Night Safety coveralls are made from high quality microporous film laminate fabric with reflective stripes for an increase in visibility. These reflective coveralls provide superior resistance against hazardous dusts, light oils and liquid sprays and biological hazards including blood and bodily fluids.
- High visible orange colour
- MicroMax NS Night Safety coveralls are soft and flexible, featuring a high quality microporous film laminate for excellent protection and comfort
- Meets Class N Australian Standard – effective use in the dark or at night (AS/NZS 4602.1.2011)
- Features reflective stripes that comply with Australian Standard – reflectivity of materials AS/NZS 1906.4.2010
- Highly breathable – the high moisture vapour transmission rate (MVTR) allows the escape of vapour to maintain comfort
- The fabric used on these Lakeland coveralls passes all tests in EN14126 infectious agent standard.
- Super-B style design – this coverall has been developed for a superior fit, wearability and durability
- MicroMax NS Lakeland coveralls are designed with a three-piece hood for additional comfort and protection
- Inset sleeves with a ‘shaped to body’ torso design to maximise movement and to eliminate the need for thumb loops
- A two-piece crotch gusset reduces crotch splitting
- Features stitched (or serged) seams**
- Also available in highly visible white colour
- All Lakeland coveralls are suitable for asbestos handling and removal
Typical applications include:
- Low-level insecticide / pesticide spraying
- Wet applications in fibreglass manufacturing
- Boat building
- Wind blade manufacturing
- Pharmaceutical manufacturing
- General maintenance and cleaning applications
- Crime scene operations
- Low hazard emergency response applications
- Working at night on site, underground or indoors
Make sure you select the correct garment for your application:
Gas or Vapour
|Light spray/aerosol protection||Dry particle protection||General overall spray:
no pressure but coverall soaked
|Strong jet sprays –
|Surrounding gases or vapours|
Physical factors such as strenuous work?
The physical demands of a task such as climbing ladders, crawling or working in confined spaces, especially if the chemical is highly toxic, may require higher strength fabric or a specific design, even though permeation analysis and/or the hazard spray type indicate a lighter/more comfortable garment.
Liquid or gas?
Liquid would normally suggest a Type 3 or 4 hazard. However, some chemicals have low boiling points, becoming vapour at low temperatures. In such cases a gas-tight suit might be appropriate. Such information can be obtained from Safety Data Sheets.
Type 3 vs Type 4 – the different spray tests
|EN 14605 – Type 3: ‘jet’ sprays||EN14605 – Type 4: ‘liquid’ sprays|
By identifying that your application is Type 4 only (rather than Type 3), this enables more options for garment design and choice, along with a greater level of comfort.
*Whilst MicroMax NS is certified to the standard for biological / infective agents protection the garment is made with stitched seams so is not sealed at the seams. For applications involving such hazards – including protection against blood and body fluids – we would recommend the MicroMax TS – the same fabric with taped, sealed seams which is also certified to this standard.
**About stitched (or serged) seams
This is an economical seam for general applications. Whilst providing mechanical strength, it is not used for hazardous chemical protection. Serged seams are generally used on garments for light splash and dry particle protection.