Items Tagged with 'Flame-resistant clothing'

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Flame-resistant clothing

The free FR Clothing Smartphone App provides easy and immediate access to key information about hazards, safety standards, FR brands, product lines and more.
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Flame-resistant shirt

Wolverine’s flame-resistant clothing is made with double-dipped FR fabrics that meet the strictest global standards for thermal exposure and arc flashes.
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Protective clothing

The AR Defense relaxed-fit base layer shirts and balaclava address a need for arc-rated protection following revised National Fire Protection Association standards for workplace safety.
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Cold weather safety

What advice can safety managers share with workers about layering clothing appropriately so that they do not feel too cold or hot in the field? What fabric qualities should we look for when specifying FR garments for layering in cold weather?
What advice can safety managers share with workers about layering clothing appropriately so that they do not feel too cold or hot in the field? What fabric qualities should we look for when specifying FR garments for layering in cold weather?
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Lightweight flame-resistant workwear

DRIFIRE 4.4, an ultra-lightweight dual-hazard fabric, weighs only 4.4 ounces/yd2 and delivers NFPA 2112 flash fire protection and NFPA 70E 10 cal/cm2 HRC2 protection.


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Fire-retardant apparel

The TNV Series of Cold Conditions Fire Retardant Apparel for workers in the oil and gas, mining, utility, and other extreme work environments includes a winter parka, bib pants and a hood.
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Flame-resistant garments for women

INVISTA’s TECGEN brand’s new collection of flame-resistant fabric and garments is designed specifically for a woman’s build to help eliminate the inconvenience and hazard of wearing poorly fitted FR apparel on the job.
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Dual-hazard FR fabric

This dual-hazard, inherently FR fabric provides more than twice the protection of chemically treated cotton/nylon fabric when exposed to a four-second flash fire.
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