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Aluminized Leggings

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Aluminized Leggings available in Aluminized Carbon Kevlar, Aluminized Rayon, and Aluminized Kevlar.

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Leggings, Available in different aluminized materials (see below), Different lengths available, Hook and Loop rear closure, availabe in sizes S through 3XL.

Look closely at the features of each of our leggings. We offer easy closures and a variety of fabric styles.

Knee Legging Features & Options

  • Partial foot flares (standard)
  • Full foot flares (optional) covers complete foot
  • All aluminized flares are faced with leather for longer wear, flares have metal foot formers sewn in for a snug boot fit.
  • Two width sizes - standard fits average leg and X-Large for larger leg widths
  • Shin protectors are sewn into all leggings except the spring type which becomes its own shin protector

Aluminized Carbon Kevlar

This anti-static cloth is a combination of a.) flame and high heat resistant, non-melting, stabilized semi-carbon fibers and b.) aramid fibers. Offers excellent high temperature insulation and resistance to molten steel (2,850°F) splash. Also superior degree of abrasion resistance needed for tough working environments. It is cool and lightweight to wear, has high seam strength, excellent workability and can't burn or melt. This durable fabric has a temperature protection range of 600°-800°F.

Aluminized Rayon

Dual Mirror process reflects 95% radiant heat and resists moderate exposure to molten metal splash. This fabric has a temperature protection range of 400 - 500 degrees F. Flame retardant ingredients are included when the fiber is manufactured. The resulting flame retardancy of the fabric is permanent.

**Available in the following fabrics: Call for availability on fabrics (916) 905-6535

  • 16 oz. Aluminized Rayon: 350° - 450°F
  • 19 oz. Aluminized Rayon: 400° - 500°F
  • 19 oz. Aluminized Kevlar: 500° - 600°F
  • 22 oz. Kevlar: 500° - 600°F
  • 14 oz. Balistic Kevlar: 500° - 600°F
  • 24 oz. Terry Kevlar: 500° - 600°F
  • 22 oz. P.B.I.: 700° - 1000°F
  • 45 oz. P.B.I.: 700° - 1000°F
  • 7 oz. Aluminized P.B.I.: 700° - 1000°F
  • 14 oz. Aluminized Carbon Kevlar: 700°F
  • 19 oz. Aluminized Carbon Kevlar: 700°F
  • 16 oz. Aluminized Fiberglass: 700° - 900°F
  • 26 oz. Fiberglass: 700° - 1000°F
  • 26 oz. Fiberglass Vertex: 1200° - 1800°F
  • 36 oz. Fiberglass Vertex: 1200° - 1800°F
  • Stainless Steel Wire Mesh: 1800° - 2000°F

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-72-00-1011-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 3 to 7 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Macron Safety

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