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Arc Flash Coat Electric Arc Covering

Body Protection Arc Flash Protective Clothing
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Arc Flash Coat Electric Arc Covering

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Arc Flash Coat Electric Arc Covering

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Materials
Nomex® Essential arc flash and inherently flame resistant fabric
Double safety stitched seams with flame resistant sewing thread
Concealed flame resistant zippers
Adjustable cuff fastened by Velcro
Two front insert pockets
Feature
Square collar, double -stitched seams for enhanced durability
Flame resistance, never drip or melt, lighter in weight, extremely durable and resistant to tear and easy to maintain
Type Arc Flash Coat Electric Arc Covering
Size Both European and Asian sizes available, or made to custom sizes 
Colors Navy Blue 
Applications Petrochemical, oil and gas, chemical, electric power industry, paint and any other environment where exposed to the flash fire or electric arc risks 

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Protera® of Dupont is the most popular material of arc flash protective apparel currently in the world. It's applied to electric utility industries, etc. and it's popular in the groups of professional electrical workers, etc.

 

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