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Coveralls

Coveralls is the correct term for what many people call overalls. A workwear item that features one piece that fully contains your regular clothes is a coverall, whereas overalls are technically the bib and brace items. However, we tend to interchange the words when talking about workwear that protects your clothes by covering it up whilst you perform heavy manual work.

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    Further Information on Coveralls

    There are many different types of coveralls, all of which have specific tasks in different workplaces and contain a mixture of elements that contribute to safety, practicality, and comfort for the wearer during their shift.

    If you need a coverall to keep you safe from harm, you might look for something that is fire or heat resistant, arc resistant, contains antistatic properties, or is manufactured to keep you safe from chemicals, oils, and other spillages. There are also hi vis coveralls for jobs where increasing your visual profile is required by law and railway spec coveralls that meet the specific standard for that industry.

    Some coveralls are intended to keep you warm and are thermally lined to trap the heat in. Others are waterproof, which is the choice of many outdoor workers who want to benefit from the protective qualities of the coveralls whilst they ply their trade in all manner of different weather conditions.

    Breathability is key for coveralls that are used in hot conditions, but where you do not have any option to remove them. This could be in laboratories where you handle chemicals or machinery.

    Whatever the purpose of the coveralls, they usually come with a range of storage options that allow you to keep the essential tools of your trade close at hand, wherever you go on site. Some of them allow you access to your regular clothes and many feature elements such as elasticated waists to make wearing them more comfortable.

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