Denim FR Workwear Shirts have long been popular in the workplace and in the field, but when there is a risk of an arc or flash fire, wearing a flame-retardant denim shirt is what you really want. This MORA Flame Retardant Work Shirt in Denim Blue is a comfortable and durable 8.5 oz 100% cotton twill that looks great, feels great, and meets your business requirements for Flame Resistant certified apparel.
This flame retardant denim shirt is classified HRC 2 (Hazard Risk Category) as defined by NFPA 70E. It also has an ATPV (Arc Thermal Protective Value) rating of 9.2 and meets the specifications set by OSHA 1910 and ASTM F1506. These qualifications make this shirt ideal for electricians and utility linemen, chemical and refinery workers, and workers in the pulp and paper industry, where there is a risk of a dust explosion.
While the safety aspects of this MORA FR work shirt are remarkable, nothing is lost on function rather than form! This is a cute pearl denim snap-button shirt that represents a somewhat western look with three pearl snap buttons on each cuff, an additional pearl snap button on the sleeve vent, as well as press studs on the front and on each chest pocket with flap closure. It looks good, feels good, and gets the job done.
Flame Resistant Clothing is an important safety feature for workers in the electrical industry. However, the protection varies depending on the arc index of the garment. Wearers need to understand how the FR clothing
they choose can and cannot protect them.
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.