AF91 Araflame Hi-Vis Coverall
The EN ISO 20471 orange colour twinned with the silver flame resistant reflective tape on the shoulders, torso, arms and legs offer superior enhanced visibility.
- Inherent flame resistant qualities will not diminish with washing
- Protection against radiant, convective and contact heat
- Rule pocket
- Side access pockets
- Durable, strong and long lasting brass zip
- Hook and loop cuffs for a secure fit
- Sew on flame resistant industrial wash tape
- CE-CAT III
- Two-way zip for quick and easy access
- Radio loop for easy clipping of a radio
- 6 pockets for ample storage
- CE certified
- 40+ UPF rated fabric to block 98% of UV rays
Shell Fabric: Araflame Hi-Vis Multi: 57% Aramid, 42% Polyester, 1% Antistatic Carbon Fibre, 260g
EN ISO 11612 (A1, B1, C1, F1)
EN ISO 11611 Class 1 (A1)
EN ISO 20471 Class 3
RIS 3279 TOM Issue 2 (Orange Only)
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EN ISO 11612 Heat & FlameThis test uses standard methods and conditions to predict the performance of fabric/garments in the event of contact with heat or ﬂames. Speciﬁc testing is listed below: Dimensional change, Limited ﬂame spread (A1+A2), Convective heat (B) - 3 levels, Radiant heat (C) - 4 levels, Molten aluminium splash (D) – 3 levels, Molten iron splash (E) – 3 levels, Contact heat (F) – 3 levels (temperature 250 degrees Celsius)
EN ISO 11611 Welding & AlliedStandard speciﬁes two classes with speciﬁc performance requirements. Class 1: is protection against less hazardous welding techniques and situations causing lower levels of spatter and radiant heat. Class 2: is protection against more hazardous welding techniques and situations causing higher levels of spatter and radiant heat.
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.
Inherent FR GarmentsInherent fabric guarantees lifelong protection for the wearer. The FR properties lie in the molecular structure of the fibres and cannot be washed or worn out. PROS: excellent heat and ARC protection, excellent colour fastness even after numerous washings hence good cost in use performance, typically lighter weight solutions with excellent comfort levels, typically used in less dirty environments where the corporate look is also important. CONS: limited protection against molten metal splash, typically a more expensive fabric than FR treated. The most common FR fibers used in protective clothing are modacrylics and aramids
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