Microgard Limited is a leading manufacturer of chemical protective clothing, introducing new technology and designs to the market to improve wearer protection and comfort for the past 30 years.
Whether you are working with liquid or solid chemicals, asbestos, paint, oil, grease, viruses and blood borne pathogens, or one of the countless other workplace contaminants in evidence today you can rely on MICROGARD® to keep you protected.
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Microgard offer a full range of garments and accessories to help keep you protected against hazards, be it gases, liquids or dusts, from aprons through to fully encapsulated suits. An overview of the range of fabrics available is shown below:
Utilising the latest in microfiber technology, MICROGARD® 1500 is highly breathable and has been proven to filter 100% of particles down to 3 microns in size, making it ideal for protecting workers against asbestos and other relatively large hazardous particles.
Utilising the latest in microfiber technology, MICROGARD® 1500 PLUS is highly breathable and anti-static. It has been proven to filter 99.9% of particles down to 3 microns in size, making it ideal for protecting workers against low hazard pharmaceutical powders and relatively large hazardous particles.
MICROGARD® 2000 provides both protection and comfort with the latest microporous film laminate technology, providing exceptional liquid and particulate protection. Ideal for a wide range of industrial applications where protection form low hazard liquid spray and fine particulates is required.
A unique material offering exceptional mechanical strength, liquid and particulate protection. MICROGARD® 2500 achieves the highest classifications for protection from biological agents, in accordance with EN 14126: 2003 and ASTM F 1671
MICROCHEM® 3000 is one of the lightest and most comfortable chemical protective fabrics on the market today. This durable 3 layer fabric provides an extremely effective barrier against both inorganic chemicals and biological hazards.
MICROCHEM® 4000 is an exceptional chemical barrier against many concentrated organic, inorganic chemicals and biological agents. Tested against over 160 chemicals, including chemical warfare agents, this multi layer fabric is renowed for being lightweight yet durable and comfortable.
MICROCHEM® 5000: is the latest addition to Microguard’s market leading product range and reaching new levels in chemical protection. This highly visible innovative multi layer fabric is strong, durable and suitable for works in extremely hazardous areas, including HAZMAT response teams.
MICROGUARD® FR is a flame retardant material designed to be worn over woven thermal protective garments such as NOMEX® or PYROVATEX®, offering protection from particulates and light liquid splash without compromising worker protection in the event of a flash fire.
MICROCHEM® CFR is a flame retardant material designed to be worn over thermal protective garments such as NOMEX® or PYROVATEX®, offering protection from particulates and pressurized liquid spray without compromising worker protection in the event of a flash fire.
Microgard Limited use 5 different seam types for its range of protective clothing depending on the fabric and the final application for which it will be used.
Ultrasonically Welded & Taped Seams:
A feature throughout MICROCHEM® 4000 & 5000 range, this seam technology is our highest barrier to liquid and particulates.
Ultrasonically Welded Seams:
Provides a strong liquid and particle barrier.
Stitched & Taped Seams:
Internal stitching which is overtaped to offer increased strength and an effective barrier to liquids and particulates.
An overlay of material similar to the base fabric is lock-stitched in place. This technology provides superior strength, liquid and particle barrier when compared to a traditional stitched seam.
Microgard Limited utilizes 3- thread overlocking technology, which offers an excellent balance of a strong seam with good particle barrier. Internal stitching reduces the risk of any potential linting from the thread.