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    Flame-resistant shirt

    November 1, 2012

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    This flame-resistant, dual-hazard knit shirt program meets the National Fire Protection Association’s 70E/HRC 2 and is UL-classified to NFPA 2112. Offered in six styles, the dual-hazard knits also feature moisture-wicking and anti-odor technologies for working in warmer environments. The lightweight shirts are ideal for electrical utility crews as well as oil and gas workers.

    Carhartt Inc.

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