Kimberly-Clark Professional products


Protective clothing

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Selecting the correct Safety Protective clothing product for your particular circumstances can be difficult.
The following information may be helpful:
• A71 and A80 are our chemical protective coveralls meeting EN 14605:2005 Type 3.
• A50, A45, A40 & A20+ are our EN 13034:2005 Type 6 & EN ISO 13982-1:2004 Type 5 offering.
• A50 is a unique, treated SMS(2) product offering good levels of Protection and Comfort in a single base-sheet.
• A40 is a film laminate product that offers market leading levels of protection but is not as breathable as A50.
• A45 is a combination of A40 & A50. A40 provides high levels of protection to the front where the majority of contamination will occur with A50 at the back providing breathability.
• A20+ is an SMS product that provides high levels of comfort due to the breathability of the protective base-sheet.

Kleenguard* Protective Clothing
A40 Liquid and Particle Protection Clothing
 

Suitable for critical production environments such as pharmaceutical industries, manufacturing, utilities, electronics, agriculture and paint spraying.

Protection against chemical splash and particles
• Film laminate technology provides an outstanding barrier against a wide range of chemicals
• Particle protection, holds out > 99% of fibres greater than 1 micron
• Strong triple stitched seams help protect against tearing
• Hood designed for respirator use and freedom of movement
• Full length zip, eases ability to get in/out of garment
• Ultra low-lint performance, film laminate and internal seams significantly reduce levels of lint
• Anti-static fabric EN 1149-1 for critical areas
• Silicone free, ideal for paint-spraying
• EN 1073-2 approved for radioactive dust protection
• Compressed packaging provides auto-dispensing system and reduces storage space
• Sealed polybags for low contamination risk

Kleenguard* Protective Clothing
A30 Breathable Splash and Particle Protection stretch Apparel
 

Features
• Breathable, patented MICROFORCE* Barrier SMS Fabric
• Heavier & more durable than KLEENGUARD* A20 Coveralls
• 25 times more breathable with comparable particle holdout to leading market apparel
• Strong and abrasion resistant
• Patented REFLEX* Design is 7-1/2 times less likely to rip out than ANSI minimums – provides 12% more chest room and 6% longer body length
• Seamless front provides more protection in primary exposure areas
• NFPA 99 Compliant Antistatic Material
• Elastic back
• Zipper flap

Kleenguard* Protective Clothing
A20+ Breathable Particle Protection Clothing
 

Suitable for handling powders, general maintenance, construction and contract cleaning.

Protection against particles, fibres and chemical splash
• Durable SMS fabric keeps out 99% of particles larger than 1 micron (I.O.M Aloxite test)
• Triple stitched internal seams protect against tearing
• Breathable fabric reduces the risk of heat stress
• Specially designed body, hood and waist for comfort and safety
• Silicone free for critical areas
• Available in white
• EN 1073-2 approved for radioactive dust protection


Gloves and Sleeves

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A comprehensive range of gloves providing the most appropriate hand protection to meet your needs.

When a glove is examined against a typical test standard, a performance level is normally assigned (between 0 and 5). Level 0 specifies that the glove is either untested or falls below the minimum performance level. A performance level ‘X’ signifies that the glove is not designed for the use covered by the corresponding test. Higher numbers indicate higher levels of performance.

JACKSON SAFETY*
G80 Chemical Protection Gloves
 

JACKSON SAFETY*
G80 Neoprene/ Latex Chemical Resistant Gloves
 

JACKSON SAFETY* G60 Cut Resistant Gloves
 

 
JACKSON SAFETY* Level 3 PURPLE NITRILE* Cut Resistant Glove

 
JACKSON SAFETY* G60 Level 3 PU Coated Cut Resistant Gloves

JACKSON SAFETY* G60 Sleeves
 

JACKSON SAFETY* Gloves
G40 Mechanical Protection Gloves
 

JACKSON SAFETY* Gloves
G20 Atlantic Green Chemical Resistant Gloves
 

KLEENGUARD* Gloves
G10 Nitrile General Purpose Gloves
 

JACKSON SAFETY*
G35 Nylon Gloves
 


Eye and Face Wear

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Under European Commission direction, it is the employer’s responsibility to assess the need for personal protective equipment in their working environment and, where required, provide the necessary eye and face protection free of charge to the workforce.

A stylish new standard in eye protection that improves personal comfort and safety and ensures optimal worker performance.
• Proven impact resistance
• Highest optical clarity
• Stylings to suit male and female wearers.
 
 

Lens Description

Clear Lens – The highest optical clarity – allows maximum visible light transmission. Ideal for indoor applications

Smoke Lens – For outdoor use when bright sunlight and glare cause eye strain and fatigue

Indoor/Outdoor High Performance Lens – Reduces glare

JACKSON SAFETY* Eye Wear
V40 HellRaiser
 

JACKSON SAFETY* Eye Wear
V30 Nemesis
 

JACKSON SAFETY* Eye Wear
V30 Nemesis VL
 

JACKSON SAFETY* Eye Wear
V20 Purity
 

JACKSON SAFETY* Eye Wear
V10 Unispec
 

JACKSON SAFETY* Eye Wear
V10 Element
 

Welding Solutions
 

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Respirators

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What is a workplace respiratory hazard?

A workplace respiratory hazard is anything that impairs an employee’s ability to breathe freely and safely. Such threats might include:
• Dusts: Formed when solid matter is broken down into fine, airborne particles
• Mists: Tiny liquid droplets, formed by condensation or as the result of processes such as spraying
• Metal fumes: Fine, airborne particles from metal that condense after vaporisation at high temperatures
• Gases: Often odourless and invisible, can spread freely and quickly through the air
• Vapours: Gases formed when solids or liquids evaporate at room temperature.

R20 P95 OV Particulate Respirator
with Comfort Straps and Dual Valves
 

R20 P95 Particulate Respirator
 

R10 N95 / FFP1 NR Particulate Respirator
Dual Valved
 

R10 N95 / FFP1 NR Particulate Respirator
Unvalved
 


Hearing Protection

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Why is Hearing Protection important?

Continued exposure to noise above certain levels causes permanent hearing damage. Hearing cells cannot be repaired nor do they regenerate.
 

How is noise measured?

The decibel scale is used in acoustics to quantify sound levels. The reference level (0dB) is set at the threshold of human perception.
 

When does it become a problem?

Workers are exposed to noise levels at different frequencies that may vary depending on the type of industry and activities performed. Noise levels above 80dB will start causing progressive hearing damage as the noise intensity and exposure increase.

H20 Hearing Protection
Reusable Earplugs
 

H10 Hearing Protection
Disposable Earplugs
 

H10 Disposable Earplug Bulk Pack and Dispenser
 


Wiping Solutions

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Washroom Solutions

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