FR HENLEY SHIRT FLAME RESISTANT CLOTHING

FR HENLEY SHIRT FLAME RESISTANT CLOTHING

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PRODUCT NAME:  Flame Resistant Clothing

STANDARD:NFPA 2112;NFPA 70E;ASTM F1506;ASTM 1959;EN 11611;EN11612;

DESCRIPTION:Raglan Sleeve ;Three Buttons Closure ; Rib Knit Collar & Cuff

COMPOSITION: 100 % Cotton

GRAMMAGE: 7OZ

ATPV 8.2cal/cm²

CAT 2 

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

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 R Henley Shirt Flame Resistant Clothing Flame retardant clothing refers to all clothing that is specifically designed to protect the wearer from fire and thermal injury. FR clothes are resistant to inflammation and will ignite automatically after the ignition source is removed. This helps prevent irritation from both initial exposure to burning and residual heat transfer.

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 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.

In the face of a fire or explosion, a lot of clothing burns and burns. Some will even melt on the body of the wearer. This can lead to significant injury as the textile fire often burns for longer and causes more damage than the initial event.
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