Buy Asbestos Removal Bags , Masks and Suits

Buy asbestos waste bags , Suits and Masks direct from us.

Packs are available in different quantities to suit small and large jobs.

All items in the kit are pre-checked and comply with HSE Standards

Kit prices include all items within the kit and Free Delivery – Order before 2.30pm for same day dispatch

If you require options for the collection and disposal of asbestos waste visit our helpful services pages to request a quote.

Category 3 , Type 5/6 Coverall

• Individually wrapped
• Elasticated cuffs and ankles
• Hooded
• Full length Zip
• Anti-static
• Size XL

Quantity Provided in Kit : x1
Each Additional Suit : £4.50 each

Asbestos Disposal Bags

• UN Certified
• Clearly labelled with CDG Hazard Sign and
Asbestos Code Information
• Red and Clear Bags Provided
• Polythene Material in a 80µm thickness
• Maximum weight 25kg

FFP3 Disposable Mask (Respirator)

• Individually wrapped
• Conforms to EN 149:2001+A1:2009
• FFP3 Particle Filtering
• Single Use
• Exhalation valve to reduce moisture and heat
build up

Quantity in Kit : x1
Each additional mask : £2.00

Kit 1

x5 Red Bags

x5 Clear Bags

x1 Suit (cat 3 type 5/6)

x1 FFP3 Mask

Additional suits & masks available

£21

Free delivery – VAT included – HSE approved – Expert guidance available

Kit 2

x10 Red Bags

x10 Clear Bags

x1 Suit (cat 3 type 5/6)

x1 FFP3 Mask

Additional suits & masks available

£26

Free delivery – VAT included – HSE approved – Expert guidance available

Kit 3

x15 Red Bags

x15 Clear Bags

x1 Suit (cat 3 type 5/6)

x1 FFP3 Mask

Additional suits & masks available

£30

Free delivery – VAT included – HSE approved – Expert guidance available

Kit 4

x20 Red Bags

x20 Clear Bags

x1 Suit (cat 3 type 5/6)

x1FFP3 Mask

Additional suits & masks available

£34

Free delivery – VAT included – HSE approved – Expert guidance available

    Total Cost: £0


    How It Works

    Step 1

    DECIDE WHICH KIT YOU REQUIRE

    If you are unsure or require additional items just contact one of our team who will be more than happy to help you decide.

    Step 2

    COMPLETE THE ORDER FORM TO PLACE YOUR ORDER

    Out team will contact you to confirm your order and arrange payment
    Payment can be made by card over the phone or bank transfer

    Step 3

    YOUR KIT WILL BE POSTED OUT TO YOU

    Same day dispatch if ordered before 2.30pm

    Next day after 2.30pm
    *please note deliveries take place Monday-Friday only

    How to Dispose of Asbestos

    Bring To Our Licensed Disposal Site

    To safely dispose of your asbestos , you can bring this into our licensed disposal site. Simply follow these steps:

    • Step 1

    Contact us with the quantity

    • Step 2

    We will provide a quotation

    • Step 3

    Book an asbestos disposal slot

    • Step 4

    Bring your asbestos into us and receive a certificate of disposal

    Contact Us

    Use our Asbestos Collection Service

    We can save you the hassle and come and collect your asbestos waste. Simply follow these steps and get a quote for removal:

    • Step 1

    Contact us with the quantity

    • Step 2

    We will provide a quotation

    • Step 3

    Book a collection slot

    • Step 4

    We collect/dispose of your asbestos and provide a
    certificate of disposal the same day

    Contact Us

    WHAT IS ASBESTOS AND WHERE CAN IT BE FOUND?

    Many times we see searches asking what asbestos is and what it looks like , so we have provided a quick reference guide.

    Asbestos was used until the late 1990s. It is a naturally occurring fibre that was widely used in construction such as in houses. Its not always easy to tell whether a material contains asbestos as modern asbestos free products look similar.

    The 3 most common types of asbestos used in homes in the UK are:

    WHITE ASBESTOS (Chrysotile)

    The most commonly used form of asbestos. It can be found today in roofs , ceilings , walls and floors in homes and businesses

    BROWN ASBESOS (Amosite)

    Commonly found in: cement sheets and pipe insulation. Also found in insulating board , ceiling tiles and thermal insulation products.

    BLUE ASBESTOS (Crocidolite)

    Commonly found in : spray on coatings , pipe insulation and plastics.

    Where Can Asbestos be Found?

    Asbestos remains in millions of homes , business premises and public buildings today. It can be in any house or building built or refurbished prior to the year 2000. Left alone , asbestos is not dangerous. However , once disturbed , tiny asbestos fibres are released which can prove lethal if breathed in. Below we have listed the most common places asbestos can be found in the home. More detailed guidance and information can be found on the HSE Website or by contacting one of our friendly team.

    INSIDE THE HOME

    • Cement Water Tanks
    • Pipe Lagging
    • Loose Fill Insulation
    • Textured Decorative Coating (eg Artex)
    • AIB Ceiling Tiles
    • AIB Bath Panel
    • Toilet Cistern and Seat
    • AIB Behind Fuse Box
    • Airing cupboards , around boilers
    • Partition Walls
    • Interior Window Panels
    • Vinyl Floor Tiles
    • Behind Fire

    OUTSIDE

    • Cement Sheet (Roof and Walls)
    • Gutters and Downpipes
    • Soffits
    • Exterior Window Panel
    • Roofing Felt

    Need Asbestos Removal, Collection & Disposal?

    Call the experts on 01623 272 611, we’ll be happy to help