Disposable Coveralls and Non Disposable Coveralls
A Coverall is a one-piece garment with full-length sleeves and legs like a jumpsuit, also known as overalls, but usually less tight-fitting. Its main feature is that it has no gap between jacket and trousers or between lapels, and no loose jacket tails. It often has a long thin pocket down the outside of the right thigh to hold long tools. It usually has a front fastening extending the whole length of the front of the body up to the throat, with no lapels. It may be fastened with buttons, a zip, velcro, or snap fasteners. Coveralls with an attached hood are available. The word “Coverall” may also refer to disposable garments such as DuPont’s Tyvek suits.
There are Disposable coverall and reusable coveralls and hazmat suits
Coveralls are most often worn as protective clothing over “street” clothes at work, but sometimes instead of ordinary jacket and trousers. Of Late coveralls are used by people doing sanitization and other jobs they would not want everyday clothes to get dirty
Disposable protective coverall 50 GSM