Andilly Flame retardant, anti-static hi-vis rain jacket
Our Andilly is a very light but durable waterproof hi-vis raincoat. The conductive yarn, which prevents the build-up of static electricity, has been integrated into the knitting, and gives the jacket not only flame-retardant, but permanent anti-static properties. The hood can be stored in the standing collar and the sleeves can be narrowed with press studs. The raincoat is provided with two inset pockets and reflective FR strips on the arms, stomach, chest and back. On colder days, you can opt to zip in a lining or fleece.
Features & design
-Foldaway hood in collar
-Zip closure under double flap with -press studs
-2 inset pockets
-Sleeve narrowing by press studs
-Flame retardant reflective tape (50mm)
-Back length 85 cm (L)
-Different linings/fleeces can be zipped in
Flexothane® Anti-Static: 100% FR polyester knitting with FR PU coating + AST; ± 200 g/m²
EN ISO 14116 : 2015 / IND. 1
EN 1149-5 : 2008
EN 13034 : 2005 + A1 : 2009 Type PB 
EN ISO 20471 : 2013 +A1 2016 / Class 3
EN 343 : 2019 / Class 4-1-X
EN ISO 13688 : 2013
EN ISO 20471 Hi-Vis Class 3EN ISO 20471 is divided into three classes, the requirement for the area consisting of reflectors and fluorescent materials – that determines which class you need to choose. Minimum areas of visible material in m². Class 3: Reflective Tape = 0.20m², Fluorescent material = 0.80m². Class 2: Reflective Tape = 0.13m², Fluorescent material = 0.50m². Class 1: Reflective Tape = 0.10m², Fluorescent material = 0.14m². The highest class is class 3. There are two ways to attain class 3. Either choose an EN ISO 20471 product that is rated class 3 on its own (e.g. a jacket) or choose two products that together are class 3 certified.
EN ISO 14116 Limited Flame SpreadProtective clothing complying with this standard is intended to protect workers against occasional and brief contact with small igniting ﬂames in circumstances where there is no signiﬁcant ﬂame hazard and without the presence of another type of heat. Three different categories for ﬂame spread, Index 1, 2 and 3. Index 1: garments should not be worn next to the skin. They must be worn over Index 2 or 3 garments. Index 2 or 3 garments can be worn next to the skin.
EN 1149 Anti-Static (ATEX)This standard specifies PPE Clothing used in explosive environments (i.e. ATEX) where there is a risk that the garments could create sparks (source of ignition), which in turn could ignite explosive materials. Anti-Static garments marked EN 1149-5 are intended to be worn in Atex zones 1, 2, 20, 21 and 22. In oxygen enriched atmospheres or in zone 0, the Anti-Static garments should not be used without first being approved by a qualified Safety Engineer, as wear and tear can affect the protection of the garment and it is crucial that they are worn the correct way in these environments.
Treated FR GarmentsFR treated fabrics are based on cotton, blended with polyester, para-aramid or polyamide. These fabrics get their FR property from the chemical treatment that is applied to the fabric. This chemical treatment is executed in such a way that it fully penetrates the fiber and as such is bonded throughout the entire fabric. As a result of this treatment, the fabric becomes flame retardant and keeps this property during the lifetime of the garment. PROS: very good protection against molten metal, good protection against heat and ARC, relatively cheap, good value for money in dirty environments where expected lifespan is not very long. CONS: wash fastness is typically not very good (pale look after several washes), to achieve similar FR properties as inherent FR the fabrics typically become a bit heavier and therefore tend to be a bit less comfortable.
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