FR COAT | Flame Retardant Apparel Manufacture

Flame Retardant Coat Manufacture

Product Information :

Product Name: FR Coat Flame Retardant Apparel Manufacture

STANDARD: NFPA 2112;EN 11612 A1 B1 C1;NFPA 70E;ASTM F1506;

DESCRIPTION:   Front buttons closure; One chest patch pocket; Two bottom patch pockets

COMPOSITION:  100 % Cotton

GRAMMAGE: 7.5OZ

ATPV 10.1cal/cm2
CAT 2

AREA OF USE: oil industry; refinery industry; electricity industry; construction industry; utilities; petrochemical

FR Coat Flame Retardant Apparel Manufacture,  Don’t let the cold winds that blow knock you down and out. Bundle up in this flame-resistant long coat, and stand strong against that brutal breeze. A perfect addition to your cold-weather gear, this quilt-lined long traditional coat takes the sting out of the winter work season. Its arc rating of 54.3cal/cm² and CAT level 4 leaves you heavily protected. With the perfect additional features, this long coat has two interior pockets with hook and loop closures that offer extra storage, and snaps under the collar provide the option for the addition of a hood. Gear up ahead of time, you’ll be thankful later.

When faced with a fire or explosion, a lot of clothes will burn and burn. Some will even melt on the wearer’s body. This can lead to significant injuries as the textile fire often burns longer and results in more damage than the initial event.

Flame retardant clothing, while incredibly important PPE, is not flame retardant. Under extreme conditions, clothing will catch fire, and although it does not melt on the wearer’s body and burn for a minimum of time, it can still cause serious injury.

Flame retardant clothing, while extremely important PPE, is not flame retardant. Under extreme conditions, clothing does ignite and, although it does not melt on the wearer’s body and does not burn for a minimum of time, it can still cause serious injury.

 

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