The MIRA Safety HAZ-SUIT Protective CBRN HAZMAT Suit is a high-quality, comprehensive protective suit designed for professionals who may be exposed to hazardous materials or CBRN threats. Made of multi-layered polyethylene, the suit is durable, lightweight, and resistant to tears and punctures.
With its airtight design, the HAZ-SUIT provides full-body protection against Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) hazards, as well as a range of hazardous materials (HAZMAT). The suit's high-quality materials and construction provide exceptional protection against airborne particles, gases, and vapors.
The HAZ-SUIT is designed for easy wear, with a simple zipper closure and elastic openings for the hands, feet, and face. It can be quickly donned in an emergency situation and provides a comfortable, flexible fit that allows for easy movement and ventilation.
The MIRA Safety HAZ-SUIT is relied upon by a range of professionals in hazardous environments, including first responders, military personnel, hazmat workers, and emergency medical personnel. It is also suitable for individuals who may be preparing for potential disasters or emergencies.
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Hazmat Suits Size Guide
|6'2 - 6'5
|5'7 - 6'2
|5'3 - 5'7
|5'0 - 5'3
|4'2 - 5'0
|3'3 - 4'2
- Compatible with all MIRA Safety gas masks & full-face respirators. Gas Masks and Respirators are sold separately.
- Comprehensive Protection: The HAZ-SUIT is designed to provide full-body protection against Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) hazards, as well as a range of hazardous materials (HAZMAT). This means it can protect the wearer against a wide range of dangerous substances and materials. Tested & proven protection from a wide variety of CWA & TIC threats.
- High-Quality Materials: The suit is made of high-quality, multi-layered polyethylene, which provides exceptional durability and resistance to tears and punctures. The materials used in the suit are also lightweight, flexible, and comfortable to wear. Constructed from strong, rugged fabric with a virtually endless shelf life.
- Airtight Design: The suit is designed to be airtight, which means that it provides an extremely high level of protection for the wearer against airborne particles, gases, and vapors.
- Easy to Wear: The HAZ-SUIT is designed to be easy to put on and take off, with a simple zipper closure and elastic openings for the hands, feet, and face. This means that it can be quickly donned in an emergency situation.
- Wide Range of Uses: The suit is used by a variety of professionals who may be exposed to hazardous materials or CBRN threats, including first responders, military personnel including the U.S. Military and the U.S. DoD, hazmat workers, and emergency medical personnel. It is also used by individuals who may be preparing for potential disasters or emergencies.
- Available in six sizes to fit both adults and children as young as 4 years old.
- Features a heat-sealed and taped stream for enhanced protection from particulate and vapor hazards.
- Proudly made and hand stitched in the USA.
Introducing the MIRA Safety HAZ-SUIT
A top-of-the-line hazmat suit designed for superior durability, flexibility, and longevity, providing comprehensive protection against a vast array of CBRN agents. Developed in collaboration with Kappler, a leading international provider of personal protective apparel, this rare disposable hazmat suit is available in a wide range of sizes, accommodating even young children, and is exclusively offered by MIRA Safety. Constructed from a robust film composite, the MIRA Safety HAZ-SUIT boasts exceptional puncture resistance and a reliable barrier against more than 125 chemicals, including toxic industrial chemicals (TIC) and chemical warfare agents (CWA).
Widely utilized by prominent organizations, including major fire departments, hospitals, chemical companies, and multiple branches of the US military, the MIRA Safety HAZ-SUIT is the go-to military-grade hazmat suit for a range of demanding applications. Its fabric has undergone various long-term storage conditions without any adverse impact on performance, ensuring its protection quality can remain uncompromised for several decades, provided it's stored correctly in a dry, cool, and shaded location.
The MIRA Safety HAZ-SUIT is an ideal protective solution for high-risk hazardous applications, capable of withstanding significant chemical splash and providing an even broader range of chemical holdouts, making it a superior choice for ultimate protection. It has been built to deliver the most comprehensive protection from hazardous chemicals and materials, boasting an extensive list of chemicals it has been tested against, ensuring you have the ultimate defense against a wide range of hazards. Trust the MIRA Safety HAZ-SUIT to provide you with reliable protection for many years to come.
Importance of Hazmat Suits
The importance of hazmat suits is often overlooked in disaster preparation, as people tend to focus on respirators instead. However, not all hazmat suits provide the same level of protection, and entry-level suits are designed for single use in low-impact environments. In contrast, the MIRA Safety HAZ-SUIT, developed in partnership with Kappler, is a proprietary range of suits that offer superior protection against CBRN agents.
Made from the same durable, puncture-resistant fabric as military hazmat suits, the MIRA Safety HAZ-SUIT provides multi-purpose protection as a biohazard suit, radiation protection suit, and chemical suit all in one. It is a Level C hazmat suit that comfortably fits individuals of all sizes, providing full-body protection for up to 8 hours of direct exposure to some of the deadliest chemical, radioactive, and toxic agents in the world.
The superior tensile strength of the suit offers added protection from punctures in case of slip-and-fall accidents or debris. These suits can last for decades without special maintenance or upkeep when stored properly.
The MIRA Safety HAZ-SUIT is the ideal solution for demanding hazardous applications with the potential for chemical splash and significant exposure scenarios. It's perfect for use by major fire departments for hazmat response, major hospitals for emergency preparedness, major chemical companies for potential hazmat exposures, and most US Military branches.
Remember, protecting yourself from airborne contaminants, radiation, and other CBRN threats requires not only a functioning respirator and HAZ-SUIT, but also reliable gloves, chemtape, and boots. Don't compromise on protection when it comes to safeguarding yourself and your loved ones from potentially life-threatening CBRN agents.
Important Considerations For Children:
It is imperative to exercise close monitoring of children wearing the HAZ-SUIT. The suit's non-breathable composition, intended to repel contaminants, can result in overheating or dehydration. In the event that a child shows any signs of overheating or other symptoms, it is critical to promptly evacuate to a secure location and remove the suit to prevent any harm. The guardians of children are accountable for determining when it is no longer safe for them to wear the HAZ-SUIT and are liable for providing adequate training.
Shelf Life of Hazmat Suits
MIRA Safety is not aware of any widely accepted industry standard for determining the shelf life of hazmat suits or chemical barrier fabrics. Typically, shelf life is determined based on the expected degradation or loss of effectiveness over time of the products or materials.
As long as the MIRA Safety HAZ-Suit composite fabric is stored properly in a cool, dry location away from sunlight and temperature extremes, there is no evidence to suggest that it loses any of its protective characteristics or physical properties over time. This conclusion is based on HAZ-SUIT fabric that has naturally aged for over twenty years. A coverall made from the twenty-year-old HAZ-SUIT fabric was tested against the ASTM F1001 list of twenty-one chemicals and showed no breakthrough in over 480 minutes. The aged fabric also underwent physical property testing and still met the manufacturing specifications. Based on this information, MIRA Safety believes that the shelf life of its HAZ-SUIT products is indeterminate.
Chemical suits are made up of different polymer or rubber materials for which there is no available shelf life data. Therefore, the garments can be used as long as they are considered safe after undergoing visual inspection and, in the case of vapor protective (Level A) garments, after passing the ASTM F1052 pressure test. It is recommended that suits are only used for training purposes when they no longer pass visual inspection and/or pressure testing.
It is the responsibility of the wearer to ensure that all components of the suit, including fabric, valves, visors, gloves, zippers, seams, and suit-to-component interfaces, are in good working condition and provide adequate protection for the specific conditions and chemicals to be encountered. Any suit that fails the visual and/or pressure test should be immediately removed from service.
Considerations for Gases and Vapors:
It's important to note that certain gases and vapors can be absorbed through the skin. The HAZ-SUIT is tested and proven to prevent the entry of these contaminants in liquid form. However, it does not provide a foolproof way of blocking all gases and vapors from entering.
The HAZ-SUIT comes with an elastic hood, wrists, and ankles that, when combined with hazmat gloves, gas masks, and hazmat boots, restrict the amount of vapors and gases that enter the suit. It's essential to note that they do not offer complete protection against all gases and vapors.
The only effective way to prevent all gases and vapors from entering is to wear a fully-encapsulated Level A hazmat suit that includes an SCBA system.
However, these suits are costly, making them impractical for emergency preparation for some agencies and civilians. When choosing a hazmat suit, it's crucial to research skin-absorbing gases and vapors thoroughly.
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