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ONESUIT® Chemical Protective Suits

Trusted by hazmat technicians and emergency first responders, fluoropolymer-based ONESUIT® certified suits provide exceptional chemical protection with unsurpassed comfort. When it comes to safety, there's only ONE choice

ONESUIT® Chemical Protective Suits

Wherever you work in the world, ONESUIT® Chemical Protective Suits allow you to perform with confidence. With a combination of surface, mechanical, thermal, and chemical benefits in their signature fluoropolymer-based VERSIV CBRN composites, they are the first choice for first responders and hazmat specialists.

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Product Details

Fluoropolymer-based and engineered with VERSIV CBRN barrier technology, the ONESUIT® range is primed for protection and performance in hazmat and first responder environments. We offer various ONESUIT® versions to meet different needs. The ONESUIT® Flash 2 offers unsurpassed chemical flash fire resistance. The ONESUIT® Pro2 provides excellent maneuverability and comfort. And the ONESUIT® Shield 2 features great protection in a Level B configuration. Meanwhile, the ONESUIT® Trainer is a "Level A" suit for training purposes only – built with VERSIV, its simple design requires no maintenance apart from basic, hygienic cleaning.

Related Documents
ONESUIT® Flash 2 Datasheet
Technical Data Sheets
PDF | 2 pages | 1.44 MB
ONESUIT® Flash 2 Certification
PDF | 2 pages | 68.29 KB
ONESUIT® Pro 2 Certification
PDF | 2 pages | 241.39 KB
ONESUIT® Pro 2 Datasheet
Technical Data Sheets
PDF | 2 pages | 1.48 MB
ONESUIT® Shield 2 Datasheet
Technical Data Sheets
PDF | 2 pages | 2.58 MB
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Rigorous testing standards

Saint-Gobain Composite Solutions rigorously tests all SHEERGARD® radome products via software-modeled analytics, lab-scale material characterization, and most importantly, directly relevant application testing. Every SHEERGARD® radome complies with strict MIL.STD.810 testing – the military-leading standard for all environmental conditions including temperature, humidity, salt, fungus, and many more. Software modeling such as Finite Element Analysis and Thermal Analysis can yield information on deflections, factors of safety, and thermal management requirements. Application tests such as physical hail storm testing, destructive fabric testing, and real-life application exposure reveal key learnings in creating a truly optimized product. Our testing begins during the co-development process to develop relevant tests and gather data that allows us to create market-ready solutions quickly.


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