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Class 2 Fusebox Matting 16″ x 18″

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Fusebox Safety mats provide a portable platform for personal protection of employees working near exposed energized breakers, fuses or circuit parts.

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Fusebox Safety mats provide a portable platform for personal protection of employees working near exposed energized breakers, fuses or circuit parts.

1/4” thick switchboard mat, ASTM D178 Class 2 specification, with a maxium use voltage of 17kv, laminated to a 3/8” thick sponge base.

Fusebox Safety Mats are manufactured for personal protective equipment and comfort, they should only be used to offer “temporary” electrical insulation for energized equipment.

Fusebox Safety Mats should not be relied upon solely to provide protection against (electrical) hazards, but should be used in conjunction with engineering safeguards and associated work practices. Overall size 16” × 18”, 5/8” total thickness.

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Model MS-AFWFS
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Country of Origin USA
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Manufacturer Macron Safety

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