Mid Length Jackets (33"), Standard weight, High Fluid Resistance, 10/pack
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DenLine Uniforms Disposable Lab Coats & Jackets

Designed to assist Healthcare workers who have potential for splash and spray of blood, body fluids or chemicals, and subject to OSHA Directive(s) 29 CFR 1910 and OSHA Enforcement Procedure(s) CPL 02-02.069.

Light Weight Standard Weight
Moderate Fluid Resistance High Fluid Resistance
Long Length Lab Coats (44”)
Style DL3460 DL4260 DL3660 DL3760
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Mid Length Jackets (33”)
DL4230 DL3630 DL3730
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Material Polypropylene SMS SMS SMS
Weight 40 g 30 g 45 g 43 g
Collar Knit Knit Knit

DL3760 White
Traditional Collar,
All Others Knit

Pockets 3 3 3 3
Cuffs Yes Yes Yes Yes
Heavy Duty Snaps Yes Yes Yes Yes
Latex Free Yes Yes Yes Yes
Size Range S-3XL

White & Blue
Other Colors 


Colors Available

888.jpg White 
918.jpg Blue

888.jpg White
918.jpg Blue
908.jpg Teal
913.jpg Purple

908.jpg Teal
913.jpg Purple
926.jpg Raspberry
931.jpg Denim

888.jpg White 
918.jpg Blue

ASTM & AATCC Test Results

To help you select the right style for your application.

Light Weight Standard Weight
Moderate Fluid Resistance High Fluid Resistance
Long Length (44") DL3460 DL4260 DL3660 DL3760
Mid Length (33") N/A DL4230 DL3630 DL3730
Selection Criteria
No Yes Yes Yes
 Air Permeability (ASTM D 737) – Rate of Air Flow Through Material (Cu. Ft. / Min.) 
236.0 60.0 75.0 48.0
 Liquid Barrier Performance
     Spray Test (AATCC 22) – Resistance of Material to Wetting 
95 100 95 100
     Hydrostatic Pressure (AATCC 127) – Resistance to Penetration Under Pressure 
172.0 mm 423.0 mm 342.0 mm 475.0 mm
      Impact Penetration (AATCC 42) – Penetration of Water by Impact 
>5.0 g 2.5 g >5.0 g <1.0 g
     AAMI PB70* Liquid Barrier Classification
Level 1 - Level 2
* AAMI PB70 Standard- Establishes a liquid barrier classification system for protective apparel used in health care applications. Standard assists end users in selecting appropriate apparel to minimize the potential for the transfer of microorganisms associated with body fluids and OPIM. The standard uses industry accepted laboratory test methods to form the basis of barrier claims.
Level Test Method Test Result Required
1 AATCC 42 Impact <4.5 g
2 AATCC 42 Impact <1.0 g
AATCC 127 Hydrostatic Pressure >200 mm <500 mm

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