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Arc Flash Protection Hoods 8 - 100 cal/cm2

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8 - 100 calorie Arc Flash Protective Hoods with anti-fogging coatings.

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Macron Safety



Made in the USA

New Lightweight Dual Fan System Creates Greater Air Movement with Less Neck Fatigue

Arc Flash Hoods use two 9-volt batteries and the fans are attached with Flame Resistant hook and loop for ease of removal.

This innovative hood provides a gentle and quiet breeze that keeps the worker cool and decreases hazardous effects of lens fogging. The hood is engineered to prevent neck fatigue with its lightweight dual fan system design.

All Macron hoods are made from Arc Flash Resistant Material. All lenses are replaceable and made from ARC Rated 10” x 20” material with anti-fogging coatings. One size fits all. Hard hat is included. Made in the USA.

* Replacement Lens available for each Hood

Note: Arc Fresh Hoods with internal fans are not NOISH approved and are not intended to be used as a respirator. The fan is intended to provide additional comfort for the user.

Arc Fresh Hood Features

  • Overview The hood is designed with removable internal fans to keep you cool and to decrease lens fogging.
  • Benefit Reduces heat stress by allowing air to circulate for a cooler, more comfortable work atmosphere.
  • Protection Level 2 - Level 4

Additional Info

Additional Info

Model MS-HOOD-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 1 to 5 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty Yes
Specification No
Manufacturer Macron Safety


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