The 3M™ Protective Coverall 4510 is designed to help protect against certain
light liquid splashes (Type 6) and hazardous dusts (Type 5).
The key features include:
• Constructed of quality laminated microporous material
• Elasticized waist, ankles, and wrists for convenience and freedom of movement
• Two-way zipper with storm flap
• Anti-static coating on both sides
• Suit: Polypropylene/Polyethylene Laminate Film, White
• Zipper: Nylon on Polyester Braid
• Elastic: Neoprene Rubber
• Thread: Polyester
• Basis Weight: 47 grams/m2
This product does not contain components made from silicone or natural rubber latex.
CE approved under PPE Directive (89/686/ECC), Category III.
Article 10 Certification: BTTG Testing & Certification Ltd. Notified Body Number:
0338. Article 11B Supervision: SGS United Kingdom, LTD.
Notified Body Number: 0120.
Comfort and Protection
* In the whole suit test, liquid spray is applied to the subject for 1 minute. During this time the subject moves gently
and is rotated through 360°. A total of 1.88 liters is sprayed from four nozzles. The clothing is allowed to drain
for 2 minutes and then the absorbent coverall is inspected for stains which are compared to a calibration stain.
Requirement: Passes when the stained area inside is smaller than 3 times the calibration stain area.
** All apparel must be suitably grounded for anti-static treatment to be effective. Electrostatic propensity may decrease
with wearing time and/or severe conditions.
*** Except puncture resistance.
Applications and Performance
* For additional chemical penetration and repellency data, please contact your local 3M Technical Service Representative.
3M™ Protective Coverall 4510
Typical applications may include asbestos inspection, coal dust in power plants,
metal polishing, light-duty building cleaning, machine or vehicle maintenance,
paint spraying, pharmaceutical, general industrial clean-up, insulation
installation, general powder handling and food processing.
In all cases a risk assessment should be carried out. Users must be trained and
have read all User Instructions. Use limitations and performance data should
be considered to ascertain the protection required. If in doubt, contact a safety