The Aluminized PBI/Kevlar knit provides a greater degree of comfort than the heavier, stiffer and thicker materials like Aluminized Rayon, Aluminized Carbon Kevlar and Aluminized Beta-Glass materials. The addition of the FR lining adds additional protection from molten metal without sacrificing comfort. Premium Materials & Construction – premium 6 oz. Aluminized 60% Kevlar/40% PBI with rip stop knit. Inner layer of 7 oz. FR Cotton. All windows have a Premium Permanent Anti-fog coating on the inner surface for visibility and Scratch Resistant coating on outer surface to resist wear.
Premier line of Aluminized Radiant Heat protection for the worker. Protection up to 2000oF and higher. When it's HOT!! Premium protection from Radiant Heats!!
Heat Reflective Aluminized PBI-Kevlar
- Premium Materials - 6 oz. Aluminized 60% Kevlar 40% PBI with rip stop knit is a lightweight and comfortable material. It is soft and flexible. The inner layer of 7 oz. FR Indura Cotton add additional protection from molten metal splash. The lining also provides moisture absorption.
- Premium Construction
- Thread - Garments are sewn together with Kevlar & Nomex for strength and durability
- Closures - FR Velcro
- Stitching - Top stitched seams for extra strength
- Sizes - Coats and Bib-Overalls are available in Medium (M), Large (L), XL, 2X, 3X, 4X, 5X
Aluminized PBI-Kevlar Hood
- Standard with Face-Fit Clear HR window with Gold Heat Reflective Coating
- Also available with other Gold Heat Reflective (HR) coated windows, including
- Green Tint window with Gold HR Coating (for glare reduction)
- Cobalt Blue II PC window with Gold HR Coating
- Cobalt Split window (Clear Gold HR window and Cobalt Blue II PC top half insert)
- Gold Heat Reflective coating reflects away from the user apps. 95% of radiant heart
- All windows have a Premium Permanent Anti-fog coating on the inner surface for visibility and a Scratch Resistant coating on outer surface to resist bumps and wear of everyday use.
- Window - .080" thick polycarbonate and meets ANSI Z87.1 safety standard.
- Material - Hood shell is of a Dual layer construction for safety and comfort - Aluminized PBI/Kevlar with inner layer of FR cotton.
- Hood features straps under arms to keep hood securely in place.
- Headgear Options - Ratchet Headgear, Slot Fit™ adapters for many slotted Hardcaps or with Hardcap
- Replacement windows are available
Aluminized PBI-Kevlar Coat
- Waist length coat - Standard 32" long
- Material - Dual layer construction - Aluminized PBI/Kevlar with inner layer of FR cotton
- Concealed Zipper front with inner & outer flaps. Outer flap closed with FR Velcro
- Sleeves have Nomex knit expandable cuff to prevent heat & molten metal splash going up arms.
- Neck - Velcro closure that allows adjustable seal
Aluminized PBI-Kevlar Bib-Overall
- Bib-Overall rather than pants. They are chest height for convenience and protection rather than waist height pants. They are generous in size to fit over work clothes.
- Material - Dual layer construction - Aluminized PBi/Kevlar with inner layer of FR cotton.
- Offer adjustable waist and adjustable ankles with FR Velcro
- Suspenders are included and attached so you will not loose them. They are constructed of FR elastic.
Why pay for the premium PBI/Kevlar knit?
The Aluminized PBI/Kevlar, while more expensive, provides a greater degree of comfort than the heavier , stiffer and thicker materials like Aluminized Rayon, Aluminized Carbon Kevlar and Aluminized Beta-Glass materials. The addition of the FR lining adds additional protection to molten metal protection without sacrificing comfort.
We are proud to say our Aluminized Suits are manufactured in the USA by American workers!
Dupont®, Nomex® and Kevlar® are registered trademarks of E.I. Dupont de Nemours and Company
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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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