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100 cal TenCate Tuffweld® Arc Flash Coat & Bib-Overall Suit

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100 cal Coat & Bib-Overall style kit includes choice of size Coat & Bib-overall & Arc Flash Hood with Hard Cap.

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$1,392.00

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Made in the USA
  • 100 Cal Arc Flash Jacket
  • 100 Cal Arc Flash Bib-Overalls
  • 100 Cal Arc Flash Hood (Optional Fresh Air Fan Unit)
  • Arc Rating: (ATPV 100)
  • Hazard Risk Category: IV
  • Shell: Tencate 10.3 oz/yd2 Tuffweld 1000 (350 Twill g/m2)
  • Fiber Blend: 60% FR Rayon, 40% Para-Aramid
  • Liner: 16 oz Aramid Blend Thermal Liner
  • Color: Brown, Natural
  • Surpasses FR treated cotton in tensile strength, tear strength, abrasion resistance and moisture wicking.
  • This garment meets or exceeds the requirements of NFPA 70E, ASTM F1506-02a.
  • Made in USA
  • Outstanding Flame Resistance - Protection never washes out. Meets or exceeds industry standards.
  • Extraordinary Value - Great for trousers, capes, jackets, aprons, and coveralls worn by gas and electric utility, petroleum refinery, chemical and automotive workers.

TenCate Tuffweld® provides rugged, inherently flame- resistant protection at the lowest cost per wear of competitive welding garment fabrics. It surpasses FR treated cotton in tensile strength, tear strength, abrasion resistance and moisture wicking. It also has a higher resistance to pin holes and never needs ironing. TenCate high performance fabrics provide protection, comfort, durability and excellent value.

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-ARC100
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 3 to 5 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES   Tuffweld 1000
Weight (+ or - 5%) oz (sq yd)
grams (sq meter)
10.3
350
Weave   Twill
Color Availability   Brown, Natural
Construction (warp x fill)   76 x 43
Flame Resistance
Char Length (inches [wrap x fill]
After Flame (seconds [wrap x fill]
ASTM 6413-99 0.7 x 0.7
0.0 x 0.0
ARC Thermal Performance
ATPV(cal/cm2)
ASTM 1959 6.6-7.0
Tensile Strength (lbs [wrap x fill] ASTM 1682 250 x 210
Elmendorf Tear Strength (lbs[wrap x fill] ASTM 1424 16 x 20
Dimensional Stability
140F Industrial Wash, 160F Max Stack Dry [5x]
AATCC 135 <5.0
Washing Colorfastness AATC 61(2A) 5
Wicking (distance in seconds)
{1" strip, tap water)
0.5 inches
1.0 inches
1.5 inches
2.0 inches
<10
<30
<60
<200
Theroetical Moisture Regain (%)   8.4
Pilling Resistance ASTM 3512
30 minutes
60 minutes
90 minutes
120 minutes
5
4
3
4
* Ratings: 5 - Best, 3 - Acceptable, 1 - Poor    
Manufacturer Macron Safety

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