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AR/FR Ultralight Pants - 40 Cal/cm2

9100-530ULT

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

Fabric: Protera / Ultrasoft

Hybrid Fabric Technology increases garment durability in the field while decreasing its weight by 37%. Our Ultralight garments use a DuPont® Protera® shell to provide its superior tensile strength and long-term durability, with an inside layer of Westex® Ultrasoft® interlock knit. Hybrid Fabric Technology increases garment durability in the field while decreasing its weight by 37%. Our Ultralight garments use a DuPont® Protera® shell to provide its superior tensile strength and long-term durability, with an inside layer of Westex® Ultrasoft® interlock knit.

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Ultralight 40 Cal/cm2 clothing utilizes a Hybrid Fabric Technology to increase garment durability in the field while decreasing its weight by 37%. Our Ultralight garment uses a DuPont shell to provide its superior tensile strength, industrial wash resistance, and long-term durability.

FEATURES

  • 40 cal/cm2 Hybrid Fabric Technology
  • High tensile stength and greater tear resistance
  • 2x more breathable
  • 37% lighter than traditional HRC4 garments
  • Shell: DuPont Protera 8oz
  • Inside Layer: 88/12 Cotton/Nylon 6oz
  • Care: Industrial Wash
  • Meets NFPA 70E, ASTM F1506, OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269

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.

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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