Body Protective Coveralls

A coverall is an article of protective clothing designed to protect either the wearer's body or other items of clothing from environmental hazards. Additionally, a special coverall may protect the working environment from pollution and/or infection from the wearer. Coverall is designed to protect the entire body, enabling 360 degrees of protection for frontline operators during infection control, which is particularly important when you are unsure about directions of potential hazards.

For the performance tests, coverall is required to pass fabric, seam and whole garment tests. It is normally being tested by a real person doing precise movements in a test chamber to complete a liquid penetration test or particulate inward leakage examination, which is more realistic in daily scenarios.

What type of coverall is recommended for patients with disease infection control?

The EU Standard is the most recognized standard for coverall worldwide. During disease infection control, you may focus on EN14126 certification on fabric against infective agents, which is essential to protect frontline operators from biological hazards.

A suffix "-B" will be added after the wording "Type" to indicate it is "Biohazard protected". This test includes protection against blood/fluids, blood-borne pathogens, aerosol, dry and wet microbial penetration.


  • Certified International
  • GB Standard
  • ISO Standard
  • ISO Standard – Type 3B/4B/5B/6B
  • FDA Listed
  • EN14126
  • EN14605
  • EN14605
  • EN114126