Workrite 482NX75 NFPA 1975 / NFPA 1977 Compliant Flame Resistant Pants - Nomex IIIA (HRC 1 - 6.6 cal)
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Flame resistant shirts and pants are required for occupations where flash fire and electric arc flash hazards are or may be present, including electrical technicians and engineers. This has pushed many workers who have to supply their own uniforms, and many companies who supply these uniforms, to buy whatever Flame Resistant (FR) work clothing is available, and usually whatever is cheapest. However, FR garments are not all the same.
There are two types of FR fabric used to make these garments – inherently FR and treated FR. Fabric that is inherently FR, like Nomex, is flame-resistant for life, which means that no matter how many times it is laundered or how long it is worn, the material will always remain flame-resistant. Treated FR fabrics have a chemical applied to them that makes them flame resistant; wear, laundering, abrasion, and UV exposure gradually reduces the wear life of the garment to the point where the garment that protects your life this year might not do so quite as well next year.
For more information on flame resistance, protecting yourself and your workers from fire and arc flash hazards, and for quantity quotes, contact our sales department.