27000

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KleenGuard Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) enables rather than inhibits – allowing for maximum productivity and safety for you and your employees. Keeping your team comfortable while offering effective protective clothing is a must, and Kleenguard A40 Liquid and Particle Protection Shoe Covers are a great solution. They feature serged seams, an elastic opening and a seamless sole. They are 7 inches tall and one size fits all. Made of breathable, microporous film to keep out debris, non-hazardous liquid chemicals and dry particulates, the Kleenguard A40 material gives your employees a better liquid barrier and a better particulate barrier than Dupont Tyvek. These shoe covers pass NFPA 99 for antistatic materials, pass ASTM F1670 testing for penetration of blood and bodily fluids. Popular industries using this product include aviation, pharmaceutical manufacturing, wind blade manufacturing, liquid handling, general manufacturing and so much more. Making the right Personal Protection choice is difficult. Perform with distinction with KleenGuard Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).

  • Kleenguard A40 Liquid and Particle Protection Shoe Covers have an elastic opening, serged seams and a seamless sole
  • The film laminate material offers better liquid and particulate barrier than TYVEK
  • Made to keep out debris, dry particulates and liquid splashes
  • A40 Kleenguard protective garments pass NFPA 99 criteria for antistatic materials
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Kimberly-Clark Product Code   27000
Brand   KleenGuard
Color   White
Lens Coating  
Frame Color  
Material  
Style   Serged seams, Elastic opening, 7" height, Seamless sole
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Perfume and Dye Free  
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Post-Consumer Waste  
Process Chlorine Free  
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Recycled Fiber Content  
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Put-Up  
Delivery System  
Quantity/Unit   1 Unit(s) / Pack
Units/Case   300 Pack(s) / Case
Quantity/Case   300 Unit(s) / Case
Product Refills   35617

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SKU COLOR DELIVERY SYSTEM DISPENSER TYPE FRAGRANCE LENS COATING MATERIAL PACKAGING TYPE PUT-UP QUANTITY PER UNIT RATING SHEET SIZE (W X L) (IN) SIZE STYLE UNITS PER CASE VOLUME X CASE COUNT PLY FRAME COLOR CASE SIZE
44492 White 2 Medium/Large 401 12.000 X 16.000 X 17.125
44494 White 3 XL/2XL 402 12.000 X 16.000 X 17.125
44490 Blue 1 Universal 400 12.000 X 16.000 X 13.875
27000 White 1 Universal 300 12.000 X 16.000 X 10.125

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ECATALOG

2018 Core Safety Catalog (Apparel, Gloves, Eyewear) - English

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Safety & Industrial Catalog 2017 - English

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Safety & Industrial Catalog 2017 - English

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2018 Core Safety Catalog (Apparel, Gloves, Eyewear) - English

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Safety & Industrial Catalog 2017 - English

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2018 Welding Products Catalog - English

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2018 Welding Products Catalog - English

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Safety & Industrial Catalog 2017 - English

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Safety & Industrial Catalog 2017 - English

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2018 Welding Products Catalog - English

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2018 Core Safety Catalog (Apparel, Gloves, Eyewear) - English

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Safety & Industrial Catalog 2017 - English

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2018 Welding Products Catalog - English

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Safety & Industrial Catalog 2017 - English

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NEWS

Kimberly-Clark Professional Launches Innovative RightCycle Program To Recycle Single-Use Cleanroom and Laboratory Gloves and Garments - English

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Innovative Recycling Program Helps Two Midwestern Universities Turn Used Gloves into Eco-Responsible Durable Goods ROSWELL, - English

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS

KLEENGUARD* A40 Liquid and Particle Protection Accessories - English

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PRODUCT VIDEOS

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Sheet count 198
Avg size of sheet (Sq, Ft)
Package volume (Cu Ft) 0.0916192698
Sheet Weight (Lbs) 0.10059710356066800000
Package weight (excl sheets) (Lbs) 0.0638624757
Conversions
Unit value Unit Coverted Unit value Coverted Unit
1 Sq Inch 0.00694444 Sq Ft
1 Cu Inch 0.000578704 Cu Ft
1 Gallon of water 3.785412 Kgs
1 Lbs 453.592 grams
1 gram 0.002204624 Lbs
Parameters WypAllX60_Brag WypAllX60_Jumbo WypAllX60_Popup WypAllX70_Brag WypAllX70_Jumbo WypAllX70_Popup WypAllX80_Brag WypAllX80_Jumbo WypAllX80_Popup WypAllX90_Brag WypAllX90_Jumbo WypAllX90_Popup
Sheet count 180 1100 126 152 870 100 160 475 80 180 450 68
Avg size of sheet (Sq, Ft) 1.458332 1.163194 1.061666 1.458332 1.163194 1.061666 1.458332 1.163194 1.061666 1.458332 1.163194 1.061666
Package volume (Cu Ft) 0.6958916 1.458623 0.2153517 0.6958916 1.458623 0.2153517 0.6958916 1.007234 0.2153517 0.6958916 1.170704 0.2153517
Absorbency/pound (g) 2385.894 2386 2386 2013.948 2014 2014 1832.512 1833 1833 2847 2847 2270
Sheet Weight (Lbs) 0.0185188 0.01477094 0.01348168 0.02508998 0.02001225 0.01826551 0.02986903 0.02447133 0.02235489 0.02403041 0.01918023 0.01805587
Package weight (excl sheets) (Lbs)/month 1.5625 0.1166667 3.072917 1.614583 0.1166667 3.385417 1.458333 0.2 3.90625 1.041667 0.1666667 3.541667

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