Arc Flash Lineman Coverall Category 2 9.5 Cal

Arc Flash Lineman Coverall Category 2 9.5 Cal

Arc Flash Lineman Coverall Category 2 9.5 Cal

ProGARM Arc Flash Coverall provides Category 2 protection with 9.5cal/cm2 according to IEC 61482-1-1:2009 ‘open arc’ test method.

Specifically designed for workers in the Utility and Energy markets requiring a lighter weight fabric and a garment that can be worn in conjunction with a body harness.

Arc flash coverall sizes ranging from S-4XL, REG LEG (31”/80cm) and M-2XL TALL LEG (33”/85cm)

Premium quality coverall in VXS+ super soft 240gms Flame Resistant fabric.

Arc Flash Protection
  • IEC 61482-1-1:2009 Open Arc Test Method Cal Rating – 9.5cal/cm2
  • IEC 61482-1-2:2007 Box Test Method Class 1 or Class 2 – Class 1

Arc Flash Coverall Category 2

Features & Benefits

  • Mandarin collar – maximum neck protection
  • Kneepad pockets – wear with kneepads for extra comfort
  • Vertical zip chest pockets – accessible when wearing a harness
  • Expandable ankle opening with zippers – easy removal
  • SafetyICONTM on arm – visual EN Standards icon system
  • 5cm Heat Applied Reflective Tape – lighter weight
  • Combat pocket on leg plus sleeve pocket – ample space
  • Velcro® secured cuff tabs – close fit around wrist or gloves
  • Side access pockets with flaps – with entry inside coverallArc Flash Calculators
  • ThermSAFETM plastic FR zippers – CE Certified
  • Internal elastic two-point adjustable waistband – ensures close fit
  • Triple stitched side seams – Lifetime quality assurance
  • Easy-StretchTM side panels – maximum wear comfort
  • Garment Order Code – ProGARM 6458
  • Category 2 Arc Flash Protection
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Arc Flash Lineman Coverall Category 2 9.5 Cal
European Standards

ProGARM 6458 arc flash coveralls conform to the following European Standards:

  • EN ISO 11611:2015 | Class 1 | A1
  • EN ISO 11612:2015 | A1 | B1 | C1
  • EN1149-5:2008
  • EN ISO 20471:2013 Class 3
  • IEC 61482-2: 2009 | Class 1 | EBT50=9.5cal/cm2 ARC2 Rating

Care Information

ProGARM 6458 arc flash coveralls 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

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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 61482-1-2:2007.

ARC 1 4 Cal ♦ ARC 2 8 Cal ♦ ARC 3 25 Cal ARC 4 40 Cal 

IEC Standard 61482 – Class 1

Garment Category – Coverall

Order Code – ProGARM 6458

  • Anti Static BS EN 1149-5:2008 Electrostatic Properties Of Protective Clothing
  • Flame Resistant EN ISO 11612:2015 Protective Clothing Against Heat & Flame

Arc Flash Category 2 Lineman Coverall 9.5 Cal

 

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