Liquid and particulate protective coveralls are a single garment from ankle to neck. They are worn over personal clothing and protect the worker's front, back, arms, and legs. Continuous coverage prevents particles and aerosols from entering at the waist as compared to pants and shirt, These coveralls have a breathable back panel and protect workers from hazardous dry particulates and non-hazardous liquid splash and spray. Garments with a breathable back have full protection on the front of the garment and reduced protection on the back of the garment to keep workers cool and help prevent heat stress. Dry particulates are larger in size than aerosols and include dust and dirt. Splash is non-pressurized or lightly pressurized when it contacts a garment, while spray is pressurized. Coveralls are a single garment worn over personal clothing that protects the worker's front, back, arms, and legs. Continuous coverage prevents particles and aerosols from entering at the waist as can happen when wearing a separate shirt and pant, The Types of disposable coveralls Type 1: Gas tight EN 943-1, EN943-2, Type 2: Non-Gas tight Garments EN 943-1, Type 3: Liquid tight EN14605, EN ISO17491-3, Type 4: Spray tight (saturation) EN 14605, EN ISO17491-4, Type 5: Protects against airborne particles EN ISO13982-1.