Arc Clothing | Protective Industrial Products

PPE Category: 4

ATPV 40Cal/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.

PIP®

AR/FR Overalls - 40 Cal/cm2

9100-52422

Available Colors:

  • Sizes: S-5XL
  • Packed: 1/Case
  • Country of Origin: United States
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Product Attributes

Fabric: Cotton / Nylon

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

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Product Description

Product Description

Ideal for electrical and utility work.

Features

  • ARC Rating: ATPV 40 cal/cm²
  • PPE 4 (HRC 4)
  • Aramid high tenacity thread
  • Bar-tacked at all stress points
  • No metal pieces on garment
  • Hook and loop adjustment at sides and bottom ankle cuffs
  • Pass through pockets
  • Covered zipper fly closure
  • Elasticized waist
  • NFPA 70E-2012
  • ASTM F1506-10a
  • ASTM F2178-12
  • OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269
  • 40 Cal/cm2 Flame Resistant Overalls
  • HRC 4
  • Navy Blue
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.

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