KAPPLER L1H459-99 LANTEX 100 BIO/PARTICLE PROTECTION NFPA 1999 CERT.

KAPPLER L1H459-99 LANTEX 100 BIO/PARTICLE PROTECTION NFPA 1999 CERT.

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Lantex® 100 Offers Economical, Breathable NFPA 1999 Protection For Fentanyl Response

Introducing Lantex 100, the only NFPA 1999 certified single-use garment that provides an economical solution for fentanyl response situations faced by law enforcement. With its breathable barrier fabric for enhanced comfort, plus the tactical garment design, Lantex 100 offers a proven, affordable alternative to expensive reusable garments. Lantex 100 also provides proven blood and viral protection, and passes both ASTM F1670 blood penetration and ASTM F1671 blood/viral penetration tests.

Lantex® 100 Style Details & Benefits

  • NFPA 1999 certified Lantex® 100 meets IAB and CDC/NIOSH guidelines for fentanyl protection
  • Tactical garment designed for Law Enforcement response
  • Single-use garment provides economical alternative to expensive reusable suits
  • Passes both ASTM F1670 blood penetration and ASTM F1671 blood/viral penetration tests
  • Breathable protective fabric provides improved comfort
  • Unique rear-entry garment design allows safer doffing, helps prevent cross-contamination
Lantex® 100 Certified To NFPA 1999 For Fentanyl Response • NFPA 1999 certified Lantex® 100 meets IAB and CDC/NIOSH guidelines for fentanyl protection. • Tactical garment designed for Law Enforcement response. • Single-use garment provides economical alternative to expensive reusable suits. • Fabric and seams pass ASTM F1671 blood and viral penetration test. • Breathable protective fabric provides enhanced comfort. • Unique rear-entry garment design allows safer doffing, helps prevent cross-contamination
 
The Interagency Board (IAB) issued guidance for exposure to fentanyl in a report titled: Recommendations on Selection and Use of Personal Protective Equipment and Decontamination Products for First Responders Against Exposure Hazards to Synthetic Opioids, Including Fentanyl and Fentanyl Analogues. The guidance identified different exposure risk levels and operational response functions for various emergency response and law enforcement personnel. The guidance addressed applications including special operations (SWAT, HAZMAT), investigation/evidence collection and decon operations. For scenarios involving moderate to high levels of particulates, the IAB recommends emergency medical protective ensembles (garments, gloves and footwear), certified to NFPA 1999. In addition to IAB, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) also provide PPE recommendations for fentanyl protection. The CDC/NIOSH guidance for moderate to high levels of particulate exposure for investigation and evidence collection, as well as Special Ops/Decon, specifies a garment or ensemble certified to NFPA 1999.
WARNING: This information is based on technical data that Kappler believes to be reliable. It is subject to revision as additional knowledge and experience are gained. The website will contain Kappler’s most up-to-date product information, and customers who receive pamphlets, brochures or other literature should be aware that such “hard copy” information may not be as current as the information on Kappler’s website. Customers also should recognize that there are uses, environments and chemicals for which Kappler products, garments and/or fabrics are unsuitable. It is the responsibility of the user to review available data and verify that the product, garment and/or fabric is appropriate for the intended use and meets all specified government and/or industry standards. Also, the customer should review all available information on the website to understand the uses – and limitations – on ALL products, garments and fabrics which Kappler makes available. CAUTION: Do not use for fire protection. Avoid open flame or intense heat
Lantex® 100 Style: L1H459-99 Single-Use Emergency Medical Garment NFPA Certified 1999-2018 Edition
Design Description 1. The garment shall be constructed from a composite fabric comprised of microporous film laminated to a polypropylene substrate. Available in Black/Gray. 2. Outer seams shall be stitched with thread and covered with heat sealed seam tape on the inside of the seam. 3. The garment shall be a rear entry coverall with a urethane coated cloth zipper located in the center back of the garment. The zipper shall open from the bottom to the top. Storm flaps made of the base fabric shall cover the zipper. The storm flaps shall have hook and loop fasteners. 4. The garment hood shall have an elastomeric face seal for integration with a full face respirator face piece. 5. The garment shall have finger loops at the wrists. 6. The garment shall be constructed with sock booties made from the garment material to allow the use of a replaceable outer boot. The boot area shall be covered by a splash guard made of the garment material. Sock booties are designed to be worn inside outer boots. 7. Garments are individually vacuum sealed and packed six per case. 8. Combination sized garment: XS, SMMD, LGXL, 2X3X, 4X, and 5X. 9. The garment shall be compliant with the Berry Amendment. WARNING: This information is based on technical data that Kappler believes to be reliable. It is subject to revision as additional knowledge and experience are gained. The website will contain Kappler’s most up to date product information and customers who receive pamphlets, brochures or other literature should be aware that such “hard copy” information may not be as current as the information on Kappler’s website. Customers should also recognize that there are uses, environments and chemicals for which Kappler products, garments and/or fabrics are unsuitable. It is the responsibility of the user to review available data and verify that the product, garment and/or fabric is appropriate for the intended use and meets all specified government and/or industry standards. Also, the customer should review all available information on the website to understand the uses- and limitations- on ALL products, garments and fabrics which Kappler makes available. CAUTION: Do not use for fire protection. Avoid open flame or intense heat. Certification Test Data Performance Requirement Test Method Requirement Result GARMENT Liquidtight Integrity (Test One) ASTM F1359 (Section 8.2) No liquid penetration PASS Overall Ensemble Function ASTM F1154, mod. (Section 8.40) Complete tasks in ≤ 20 min with garment closure remaining engaged Test subject properly identifies 3 out of 4 numbers on NFPA 704 placard at each angle Visual acuity ≥ 20/35 Protective flap remains closed over closure system No liquid penetration following exercises PASS GARMENT MATERIAL Biopenetration (Test One) ASTM F1671 (Section 8.3) No penetration of Phi-X174 bacteriophage PASS Burst Strength ASTM D3787 (Section 8.5) ≥ 66 N (14.9 lbf) 125 N Puncture Propagation Tear Resistance ASTM 2582 (Section 8.6) ≥ 12 N (2.7 lbf) 30 N (MD) 68 N (CD) Flammability ASTM D1230 (Section 8.35) Flame spread ≥ 3.5 sec 13.3 sec (MD) 8.3 sec (CD) Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate ASTM E96, Proc. B, mod. (Section 8.28) ≥ 650 g/m2 /24 hr 4659 g/m2 / 24hrs SEAMS Biopenetration (Test One) ASTM F1671 (Section 8.3) No penetration of Phi-X174 bacteriophage PASS Seam Breaking Strength ASTM D1683 (Section 8.8) ≥ 50 N (11.2 lbf) 217 N (body) 142 N (flap

PPE Guidance for Fentanyl Exposure Issued by IAB and CDC/NIOSH

The Interagency Board (IAB) issued guidance for exposure to fentanyl in a report titled:

Recommendations on Selection and Use of Personal Protective Equipment and Decontamination Products for First Responders Against Exposure Hazards to Synthetic Opioids, Including Fentanyl and Fentanyl Analogues.

The guidance identified different exposure risk levels and operational response functions for various emergency response and law enforcement personnel. The guidance addressed applications including special operations (SWAT, HAZMAT), investigation/evidence collection and decon operations.

For scenarios involving moderate to high levels of particulates, the IAB recommends emergency medical protective ensembles (garments, gloves and footwear), certified to NFPA 1999.

In addition to IAB, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) also provide PPE recommendations for fentanyl protection. The CDC/NIOSH guidance for moderate to high levels of particulate exposure for investigation and evidence collection, as well as Special Ops/Decon, specifies a garment or ensemble certified to NFPA 1999.

 

Rear entry zipper, attached hood with elastomeric gasket around face opening. Attached sock-booties with splash guards. Elastic wrists with finger loops to secure sleeves to gloved hands.

 

LANTEX 100 CERTIFICATION TEST DATA

PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENT TEST METHOD REQUIREMENT RESULT
GARMENT
Liquidtight Integrity 
(Test One)
ASTM F1359 (Section 8.2) No liquid penetration PASS
Liquidtight Integrity 
(Test One)
ASTM F1154, mod. (Section 8.40) Complete tasks in ≤ 20 min with garment closure remaining engaged
Test subject properly identifies 3 out of 4 numbers on NFPA 704 placard at each angle Visual acuity ≥ 20/35
Protective flap remains closed over closure system
No liquid penetration following exercises
PASS
GARMENT MATERIAL
Biopenetration 
(Test One)
ASTM F1671 
(Section 8.3)
No penetration of Phi-X174 bacteriophage PASS
Burst Strength ASTM D3787 
(Section 8.5)
≥ 66 N (14.9 lbf) 125 N
Puncture Propagation Tear Resistance ASTM 2582 
(Section 8.6)
≥ 12 N (2.7 lbf) 30 N (MD)
68 N (CD)
Flammability ASTM D1230 
(Section 8.35)
Flame spread ≥ 3.5 sec 13.3 sec (MD) 
8.3 sec (CD)
Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate ASTM E96, Proc. B, mod. 
(Section 8.28)
≥ 650 g/m2/24 hr 4659 g/m2 / 24hrs
SEAMS
Biopenetration 
(Test One)
ASTM F1671 
(Section 8.3)
No penetration of Phi-X174 bacteriophage PASS
Seam Breaking Strength ASTM D1683 
(Section 8.8)
≥ 50 N (11.2 lbf) 217 N (body) 
142 N (flap)

Lantex® 100 Certified To NFPA 1999 For Fentanyl Response • NFPA 1999 certified Lantex® 100 meets IAB and CDC/NIOSH guidelines for fentanyl protection. • Tactical garment designed for Law Enforcement response. • Single-use garment provides economical alternative to expensive reusable suits. • Fabric and seams pass ASTM F1671 blood and viral penetration test. • Breathable protective fabric provides enhanced comfort. • Unique rear-entry garment design allows safer doffing, helps prevent cross-contamination