All Kappler garments are multi-use, single-exposure apparel. Follow these steps to ensure the right protection - or use HazMatch, Kappler's Protective Clothing Selection Guide.
3 Steps To The Right Suit
Good against particle hazards and light splash situations, from maintenance work to spray painting to general healthcare.
A Berry Compliant solution to general hazard protection for DoD applications. Made In USA quality for hazardous particles and light splash situations.
ProVent Plus is a patented microporous film composite fabric that offers protection against blood, body fluids and viral threats. Ideal for biohazard cleanup.
Multi-purpose, high-visibility FR apparel with added protection against Chemical, Arc Flash, Steam and Hot Water, and Molten Metal Splash hazards.
NFPA 1990 (1994) Class 1 solution for terrorism incident response. It’s the only NFPA-certified terrorism response suit that offers maximum protection at an affordable price.
Excellent physical strength and basic chemical resistance, ideal for applications where workers need protection from dry particulates, light splash, paint spray and similar aerosols.
Increased resistance to a wider range of chemicals and greater physical strength — especially valuable in applications where rip-out is a concern due to more demanding work conditions.
Ideal for demanding hazardous applications where there is potential for chemical splash, even in significant exposure scenarios, with increased physical strength and even broader chemical holdout.
Excellent physical properties and a bargain by comparison. With a broad range of chemical protection typically found in garments costing much more.
For hazmat response and other demanding situations. Built for mobility, and survives eight full hours against the ASTM F1001 Test Battery with no breakthrough.
A “Splash and Flash” solution. Ideal for petrochemical line break situations, this garment offers a single-fabric solution for combined chemical-flash fire protection.
Now get triple assurance with a single suit certified to NFPA 1990 (1991). Broad chemical holdout, plus flame resistance and radiant heat protection for the additional hazards encountered in a chemical flash-fire.
Produced when three threads are interlocked around the edges of two pieces of fabric. For particulates plus residual liquids to light splash where no skin hazard is involved.
Produced with two pieces of fabric joined by a piece of binding, then stitched through all layers. For particulates plus residual liquids to light splash where skin hazard is involved, and moderate splash for non skin hazards.
A strong, gas-tight seam produced when a serged seam is covered with seam tape, then sealed with heat or adhesive. For particulates, moderate to heavy splash for skin hazards, and vapor hazards.
Two fabric pieces are ultrasonically welded to create a seam with no needle holes. An Ultrasonic/Taped seam is available for additional strength. For particulates and light to moderate liquid splash.
Shown below is just a sample of the many styles available.
Kappler garments are made with American pride in Alabama where the accent is always on quality.