FR Fleece Hoodie
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Description

DESCRIPTION: NAVY FLEECE HOODIE

SIZE: S-3XL

COLOUR: NAVY

FABRIC: FLEECE

FABRIC WEIGHT: Indura Ultra Soft Fleece

 

PERFORMANCE: EBT 17.9, PPE Cat 2

POCKETS: ONE LARGE POUCH POCKET, BOTH SIDE ENTRY

SEAMS: SEAMER SERGERED

ZIPPERS: YKK® #5 VISLON NOMEX® ZIPPER FRONT AND ZIPPER POCKETS

SNAPS: WITH ATTACHED HOOD

 


Specification

Safety Specs
PPE Category (HRC): 2
ATPV: EBT 17.9

 

PPE Cat / Personal Protective Equipment Categories  /  HRC Categories

PPE is a combination of protective clothing, helmets, goggles, or other garments or equipment to protect eyes, head, breathing, and the full body from splashes, vapors, loose objects, and chemical penetration through personal clothing. The level of protection depends on the level of exposure in the working environment.

Always abide by the limits of use and minimum working distance. The following PPE categories are described by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standard 70E. The greater the electrical hazard, the higher the personal protective equipment arc rating must be to withstand an arc-flash incident. Please note that the following chart is a summary only



PPE CATEGORY 1

  1. Panelboards or other equipment rated 240 V ac and below
  2. Storage batteries, dc switchboards and other dc supply sources

 


Arc-rated clothing (minimum of 4 cal/cm2)

  • Arc-rated long sleeve shirt and pants or coverall
  • Arc-rated face shield or arc flash suit hood
  • Arc rated jacket, parka, rainwear or hard hat liner

Protective equipment

  • Hard hat
  • Safety glasses or goggles
  • Hearing protection (ear canal inserts)
  • Heavy duty leather gloves
  • Leather footwear
  • No metal-framed eyeglasses, cell phones, or radios, jewelry, rings, keys or watches
  • Insulated hand tools
     



PPE CATEGORY 2

  1. Panelboards or other equipment rated >240 V ac to 600 V ac
  2. Other 600 V ac class (277V through 600 , nominal) equipment
  3. 600V ac class motor control centers
  4. Storage batteries, dc switchboards, and other dc supply sources
 


Arc-rated clothing (minimum of 8 cal/ cm2)

  • Arc-rated long sleeve shirt and pants or arc-rated coverall
  • Arc-rated face shield or arc flash suit hood and arc-rated balaclava
  • Arc rated jacket, parka, rainwear or hard hat liner

Protective equipment

  • Hard hat
  • Safety glasses or goggles
  • Hearing protection (ear canal inserts)
  • Heavy duty leather gloves
  • Leather footwear
  • No metal-framed eyeglasses, cell phones, or radios, jewelry, rings, keys or watches
  • Insulated hand tools
     



PPE CATEGORY 3

  1. Storage batteries, dc switchboards, and other dc supply sources
  2. 100V dc to 250V dc, 7kA<= short circuit current <15kA
  3. 250V dc to 600V dc, 3kA<=short-circuit current<7kA
  4. Max arc duration: 2 seconds
  5. Min working distance: 18 inches
 

Arc-rated clothing (minimum of 25 cal/ cm2)

  • Arc-rated long sleeve shirt
  • Arc-rated pants
  • Arc-rated coverall
  • Arc-rated arc flash suit jacket
  • Arc-rated arc flash suit pants
  • Arc-rated arc flash suit hood
  • Arc-rated arc flash gloves
  • Arc-rated jacket, parka. rainwear or hard hat liner

Protective equipment

  • Hard hat
  • Safety glasses or goggles
  • Hearing protection (ear canal inserts)
  • Heavy duty leather gloves
  • Leather footwear
  • No metal-framed eyeglasses, cell phones, or radios, jewelry, rings, keys or watches
  • Insulated hand tools
     



PPE CATEGORY 4

  1. 600 V class motor control centers
  2. 600 V class switchgear (with power circuit breakers or fused switches) and 600 V class switchboards
  3. NEMA E2 motor starters, 2.3kV through 7.2 kV
  4. Metal-clad switchgear, 1kV through 7.2kV
  5. Other equipment 1kV through 15kV
  6. Storage batteries, dc switchboards, and other dc supply sources

 

Arc-rated clothing (minimum of 40 cal/ cm2)

  • Arc-rated long sleeve shirt
  • Arc-rated pants
  • Arc-rated coverall
  • Arc-rated arc flash suit jacket
  • Arc-rated arc flash suit pants
  • Arc-rated arc flash suit hood
  • Arc-rated arc flash gloves
  • Arc-rated jacket, parka. rainwear or hard hat liner

Protective equipment

  • Hard hat
  • Safety glasses or goggles
  • Hearing protection (ear canal inserts)
  • Heavy duty leather gloves
  • Leather footwear
  • No metal-framed eyeglasses, cell phones, or radios, jewelry, rings, keys or watches
  • Insulated hand tools