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ArcWear Nomex Fleece and Insulated Liners

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8 oz/yd2 Nomex® fleece, Arc Resistant (ASTM F1891, NFPA 70E) and Flash Fire Resistant (ASTM F1930), Made in USA.

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Fleece and insulated liners to add warmth and versatility to our ArcWear and PetroWear products. They can be used as a stand alone jacket or as a removable liner. Either way, the added options to an outerwear program mean more value.

Materials available include Polartec™ fleece made from DuPont’s Nomex™ and Protera™ as well as 3M’s FR Thinsulate™ (120g and 200g). All options provide electric arc and flash fire protection.

Features & Benefits

  • Removable – Transforms a product into a four-season garment
  • Insulated – Provides protection from cold weather
  • Electric Arc Resistance – Minimizes burn injury from an electric arc flash
  • Flash Fire Resistance – Minimizes burn inury from a hydrocarbon flash fire
  • Fall Protection Access – Allows for easy use of fall protection harness

Recommended Applications

  • Gas & Electric Utility Line Workers
  • Telecommunications & CATV Installation
  • Oil Refineries
  • Gas & Oil Service Contractors
  • Gas & Oil Drilling

Polartec™ Specific Material Data

Fabric Modacrylic / Rayon / Spandex Blend
Finished Weight 12 oz/yd2
Seam Construction Overcast / Overedge
Color(s) Fluorescent Lime Yellow (FY), Bright Orange (OR)
Reflective Trim 3MTM 9720 Reflective material
Electric Arc Data
ASTM F1891
Arc Rating (EBT) 9.1 cal/cm,2; HAF 85%
NFPA 70E HRC 2
Visibility Data
ANSI 107
Fluorescent Lime Yellow is ANSI 107 Class 3 Level 2 compliant

Polartec™ Nomex™ Specific Material Data

Fabric Polartec Thermal FR ® Midweight Double Velour- Nomex
Finished Weight 8.2 oz/yd2
Seam Construction Overcast / Overedge
Color(s) Black
Electric Arc Data
ASTM F1959
Arc Rating (EBT) 14.4 cal/cm2; HAF 83.3%

PT2501JFY Fluorescent lime yellow waist length jacket, elastic waist, zipper front, Nomex knit cuffs, fall protection access, side openings with zipper closure, 2 pockets, 3M 9720 Scotchlite around sleeves, waist, harness on front, X on back, attachment points for MP3 and Omega jackets.

PT2501JOR Orange waist length jacket, elastic waist, zipper front, Nomex knit cuffs, fall protection access, side openings with zipper closure, 2 pockets, 3M 9720 Scotchlite around sleeves, waist, harness on front, X on back, attachment points for MP3 and Omega jackets.

  • Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 4XL, 5XL
  • Long Sizes: 2" added in sleeve length, body length & inseam length
  • Tall Sizes: 4" added in sleeve length, body length & inseam length
  • Additional Info

    Additional Info

    Model MS-ARCWEAR-LINERS-
    Set Product as New to Date No
    Usually Ships 3 to 7 days
    Country of Origin USA
    Manufacturer Warranty Yes
    Select Size No
    Standards Electric Arc: ASTM F1891
    NFPA 70E
    Flash Fire Resistant: ASTM F1930
    Mfr. Model # MS-ARCWEAR-LINERS-
    Specification No
    Manufacturer No

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