Flame Resistant Long Sleeve Shirts | Protective Industrial Products

PPE Category: 2

ATPV 8.5Cal/cm2

The NFPA has identified the various FR hazardous risk category levels, which range from PPE 1 (which is low risk and requires AR clothing with a minimum arc rating of 4), up to PPE 4 (which is high risk and requires AR clothing with a minimum arc rating of 40). Each level, 1-4, is rated at a certain amount of flame resistance measured in cal/cm2.

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AR/FR Dual Certified Long Sleeve Workshirt - 8.5 cal/cm2

385-FRWS

Available Colors:

Tan
  • Sizes: S-4XL
  • Packed: 30/Case
  • Country of Origin: China
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Product Attributes

Fabric: Cotton / Nylon

Cotton material provides comfort to the garment.Nylon material adds durability.

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Product Description

Product Description

Ideal for workers who are exposed to flame and ARC flash risk.

Features

  • 7oz. 90% cotton / 10% nylon FR twill
  • Arc rating: ATPV 8.5 cal/cm2
  • Dual-certified to NFPA 70E and NFPA 2112-2012 standards
  • PPE 2
  • 2 chest pockets with pencil line in each; buttoned flap closure
  • Bar-tacked at all stress points
  • Aramid high-tenacity FR thread
  • Melamine FR buttons, front closure, collar, cuffs and pockets
  • 8 Cal/cm2 Dual Certified 7oz. Button Down Workshirt
  • NFPA 70E & NFPA 2112
  • UL Certified
  • HRC 2
  • 2 Pockets
  • Khaki and Navy
Standards Met

Flame Retardant

Flame retardant products pass specific ASTM tests that deem the fabric flame resistant. Flame resistant fabrics and garments provide protection against clothing ignition, sustained flame spread and do not melt or drip. The material resists ignition, self-extinguishes and the FR properties last for the wearable life of the garment.