Arc Flash Coverall: NFPA 2112, 4XLL Size, 2 Hazard Risk Category (HRC), 8.5 cal/sq cm Max Arc Flash Protection, Protera

Item # 151R117

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Product Specs

Hazard Risk Category (HRC): 2
Maximum Arc Flash Protection: 8.5 cal/sq cm
Material: Protera
Color: Blue
Attached Hood: No
Number of Pockets: 7
Seam Style: Double Stitched
Pack Qty: 1
Gender: Men
Size: 4XLL
Flame Resistance & Retardance Properties: NFPA 2112
Flame-Resistant: Yes
Maximum Waist Size: 50 in
Inseam Length: 32 in
ANSI Abrasion-Resistance Level: Not Rated
ANSI Class: Not Rated
ANSI Cut-Resistance Level: Not Rated
Back Type: Closed
Boots Included: No
Collar Style: Shirt Collar
Color_Filter: Blue
Design Features: Elasticized Waist; Collar; Pass-Through Pocket
Electrical Standards: Not Rated
Entry Closure: Zipper
Entry Type: Front
Features: Elastic Waistband; Three-piece Action Back
Federal 209E Clean Room Class: Not Rated
Front Closure: Zipper
Group_Parent: H6566
Hazmat Level: Not Rated
High Visibility: No
ISO Clean Room Class: Not Rated
Material Weight: 6.5 oz
Maximum Chest Size: 59 in
Number of Inside Pockets: 2
Number of Outside Pockets: 5
Particle Protection Level: Not Rated
Pass Through Pockets: Two Pass Through Pockets at Waist
Pathogen and Chemical Ratings: Not Rated
Puncture and Cut Standards: Not Rated
Resistance Properties: Flame-Resistant
Reusability: Reusable
Sleeve Length: 40 in
Sleeve Length Type: Long
Specifications Met: NFPA 2112
Thumb Hole: No
Waist Closure: Elastic
Will Fit Over Boots: Yes
Wrist Closure: Open
Zipper Material: Brass

Compliance and Restrictions

Country Of Origin

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About Electrical-Protection Coveralls

With full-length sleeves and legs, these coveralls are one-piece garments that provide arc flash protection from shoulder to ankle. Some styles also incorporate a hood for additional coverage. They are usually worn over a full set of clothing, and have a closure in either the front or back. For optimal results, you should have proper training on choosing and using electrical-protection clothing and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Your safety department should have established guidelines for PPE based on hazards specific to your workplace.