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12 cal Protera Flame Resistant Jacket & Bib Overall Kit

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12 cal Jacket & Bib Overall Arc Flash Kit with hard hat with face shield, gear bag, balaclava, and anti-fog safety glasses.

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Macron Safety



Made in the USA

12 cal Jacket & Bib Overall Arc Flash Kit Includes

  • 12 cal Navy Blue Flash Jacket in either Protera or 88% Cotton / 12% Nylon
  • 12 cal Navy Blue Flash Bib Overalls in either Protera or 88% Cotton / 12% Nylon
  • Hard Hat with Face Shield and Visor Bag
  • Balaclava Arc-Knit Hood
  • Anti-Fog Safety Glasses
  • Gear Storage Bag
  • Optional: Glove Kit
  • Optional: Reusable Arc Flash Ear Plugs

Standard in-seem length on bibs and coveralls is 32" - call for pricing/availability on additional sizes.

Why Choose Protera?

  • Inherently flame resistant
  • Costs less than FR treated cotton/nylon per use
  • Stronger than FR treated cotton/nylon
  • Maintains advantages throughout life cycle
  • Retains professional appearance
  • Easy to care for and maintain
  • Durable FR Performance
  • Wearer Acceptance (Comfort)

DuPont™ Protera® offers the inherent protection of DuPont™ Nomex® brand fiber along with better comfort and durability than FR cotton/nylon blends.

Protera Clothing is the lightest, strongest, most comfortable FR rated clothing currently available on the market. You will love how easy it is to maintain the quality of the fabric, as well as how comfortable and light it feels compared to other FR products currently available.

What is the difference in protection between Protera® and FR cotton?

Protera® is inherently flame-resistant. Protera® will not support burning in a normal atmosphere. It is inherently non-flammable. FR cotton is topically treated with chemicals after the fabric is made. These treatments are not permanent and can vary in their durability to laundry conditions, which can reduce the non-flammable characteristics of the fabrics.

AMTEX 88% Cotton / 12% Nylon

Hopi Basketweave is 8.5 oz/yd2 88/12 CTN/NYLON Flame Resistant Fabric for Dungarees, Bib Overalls, Coveralls, and Outerwear. Rated by industry tests methods at a HRC2 level and is NFPA 2112 certified. Hopi Basketweave is constructed of ring spun plied yarns for performance above and beyond the normal daily workwear environment, yet it still has all of the natural comfort of Cotton with the added abrasion resistance of Nylon.

  • Description:Hopi Basket 8.5 oz., 88/12 Cotton/Nylon, 2/2 Basket
  • TEST: Canvas
  • CONSTRUCTION: 110 x 47
  • WIDTH: (Cuttable) 66"
  • AVERAGE WEIGHT: oz/sy 9.0
  • WARP TENSILE: lbs 140
  • FILL TENSILE: lbs 100
  • WARP TEAR: lbs 11
  • FILL TEAR: lbs 14
  • WARP FLEX: 18,000
  • FILL FLEX: 2,000
  • ATPV RATING: cal/cm2 12.1
  • Char Length: (Avg 100 IL) 3"
  • ASTM 1506: Yes
  • U/L 2112 Approval: Yes

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-12JBK-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 1 to 7 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Macron Safety


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Determine the Correct Protection Level, To evaluate Fire Retardant clothing materials in order to measure the heat transferred through the fabric, two values are calculated: Arc Thermal Performance Value (ATPV)...the minimum energy causing the predicted onset of second-degree burns and Heat Attenuation Factor (HAF)...the percentage of total energy of the arc that the fabric prevents from passing through, OSHA requires that each employer must assess the potential hazards in the work environment and determine the appropriate clothing materials using ASTM PS57-97. Always do a hazard assessment. You will need to know electrical system voltage, fault current available, number of phases, Arc time duration, estimated Arc gap, minimum distance from the Arc, and Arc configuration.

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