Arc Flash Jacket 23 Cal Hi Vis Yellow
ARC FLASH CLOTHING
Category 2 Jacket By ProGARM
ProGARM Arc Flash Jacket is tested to achieve Category 2 against arc flash with 23cal/cm² according to IEC 61482-1-1:2009 ‘open arc’ test method and class 3 hi vis.
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The arc flash jacket is available in sizes ranging from S-4XL.
The softshell jacket is a modern and comfortable jacket due to its unique Flame Resistant fabric blend, and close fit design. Laminated outer layer to offer showerproof protection, and microfleece inner layer to offer comfort.
Arc Flash Protection
- IEC 61482-1-1:2009 Open Arc Test Method Cal Rating – 23cal/cm²
- IEC 61482-1-2:2007 Box Test Method Class 1 or Class 2 – N/A
Arc Flash Jacket Category 2
Features & Benefits
- Category 2 Arc Flash Protection
- Two tone design – practical and stylish
- Elasticated inner cuffs – wind proofing
- Velcro fastening tabs on cuffs and back – improve fit
- Radio loop attaching point on jacket left breast
- Zipped Napoleon pocket on left breast with incorporated phone pocket – safe and secure
- Inner pockets on right hand side – storage space
- Covered, zipped hand pockets – keeps out debris and keeps contents secure
- Mandarin collar – Maximum neck protection
- 50mm double stitched reflective tape – increased durability
- Microfleece lining – warmth and comfort
- Easy Stretch side panels – wear comfort
- Extended back – protection when bending over
- SafetyICON™ on arm – visual EN standard
- ThermSAFE™ plastic FR Zipper – CE Certified
- ThermSAFE™ two-way plastic FR Zipper – Flexibility
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ProGARM 9910 arc flash jacket conform to the following European Standards:
- EN ISO 11612:2008 | A1 | B2 | C2 | F2
- EN 1149-5:2008 | Pt. 5:2008 | Pt. 3:2004 | Charge Decay
- EN ISO 20471:2013 | Class 3 excludes clause 5.6
- IEC 61482-2:2009 | EBT50 = 23cal/cm² | ARC 2
Jacket | Care Information
ProGARM 9910 arc flash jacket must be carefully cleaned to ensure arc flash protection levels are maintained.
- Do not bleach, boil or use soap based products – clean polo shirts using detergents only
- Dirty clothing may lead to reduction in arc flash protection
- Company will not accept liability for garments where care labels have been ignored, neglected, defaced or removed
- Always store arc flash clothing in clean dry conditions
- Do not store in places subject to direct strong sunlight
Arc Flash Jacket Size Chart
|CHEST TO FIT (INCH)||34-36||36-38||38-41||41-44||44-46||46-50||50-52||52-56||56-58|
|CHEST TO FIT (CM)||85-90||90-95||95-102.5||102.5-110||110-115||115-125||125-130||130-140||140-145|
Related Arc Flash Clothing Protection & Products
IEC 61482 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AGAINST THE THERMAL HAZARDS OF AN ELECTRIC ARC
Arc flash clothing and garments in a layered combination deliver workwear protection against hazards according to IEC 61482 – PPE protects the worker against electric arc flash dangers. According to IEC 61482-1-1:2009 (encompassing NFPA 70E 2015) the 4 arc risk categories are numbered according to the severity threat and determine the clothing protection level required to protect against a minimum level of incident energy measured in calories / cm² – this is the ‘Open Arc’ test method and measures clothing protection level according to the Arc Thermal Performance Value (ATPV).
The ‘Box Arc’ tests clothing materials and fabric according to a pass/fail test by exposure to electric arc produced by 4kA (Class 1) and 7kA (Class 2) short circuits – this is IEC 61482-1-2:2009.
ARC 1 4 Cal ♦ ARC 2 8 Cal ♦ ARC 3 25 Cal ♦ ARC 4 40 Cal
IEC Standard 61482 – Class 1
Garment Category – Jacket
Order Code – ProGARM 9910
- Anti Static BS EN 1149-5:2008 Electrostatic Properties Of Protective Clothing
- Flame Resistant EN ISO 11612:2015 Protective Clothing Against Heat & Flame