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MP3 3000 Series Arc Flash Rainwear

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7.5 oz/yd2 Nomex® trilaminate, ePTFE moisture barrier, Arc Resistant (ASTM F1891, NFPA 70E), Flash Fire Resistant (ASTM F2733), Chemical Splash Resistant (ASTM F903), Stitched and Taped Seams, Waterproof, Breathable, Windproof, Made in USA.

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MP3 is waterproof, windproof and breathable protection against electric arc, flash fire, chemical splash and heat stress hazards. Add one of the insulated lining options for protection against cold weather. MP3 is the lightest weight, most versatile protective Nomex® outerwear system available today.

Features & Benefits

  • Removable Winter and Arctic Liners Available - Transforms raingear into a 4-season garment
  • Fall Protection Access - Allows for easy use of fall protection harness
  • Stain & Soil Release - Allows garment to remain clean
  • Chemical Splash Resistance - Minimizes burn injury from splash exposure of certain chemicals
  • Electric Arc Resistance - Minimizes burn injury from an electric arc flash
  • Flash Fire Resistance - Minimizes burn inury from a hydrocarbon flash fire
  • Steam and Hot Water Protection - Reduces risk of burn injury from steam and hot water
  • Waterproof - Provides resistance to water penetration
  • Wind Proof - Protects workers from the elements
  • Breathable & Lightweight - Reduces worker heat stress
  • Designed With Premier Features - Maximizes worker functionality
  • Multi-year Life Cycle - Reduces overall program cost

Recommended Applications

  • Well Servicing
  • Drilling Rig Operations
  • SAGD
  • Heavy Oil
  • Oil Refining and Processing
  • Pipeline Construction and Maintenance
  • Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling
  • Gas and Oil Extraction

MP3 3000 Specific Material Data

Fabric Nomex® IIIA outer shell; Nomex® knit inside
Moisture Barrier PTFE
Finished Weight 7.5 oz/yd2
Seam Construction 2 needle stitched and sealed with Nomex® tape
Color(s) Yellow (Y), Navy (N)
Reflective Trim 3M™ 9720 Reflective material
Flash Fire Data
ASTM F2733
3.82% 2nd degree; 6.55% 3rd degree, body burn 3 second test exposure with 2 cal/cm2 / second heat flux.
Electric Arc Data
ASTM F1959
Yellow: Arc (ATPV) 9.3 cal/cm2; HAF 75.7%; Breakopen >24 cal/cm2
Navy: Arc (ATPV) 9.7 cal/cm2; HAF 76.8%; Breakopen >27 cal/cm2
NFPA 70E Yellow – HRC 2; Navy – HRC 2
Breathable Data
ASTM E96,
ASTM F1868
ASTM E96 results are MVTR = 10,000 g/m2/24hr, modified desiccant method;
ASTM F1868 results are THL = 579 w/m2
Chemical Splash Data
ASTM F903
 

3503JY Yellow waist length jacket, hood-in-collar, fall protection access, 2 side entry pockets, tool belt slit with zippers, attachment points for removable liners, 3M Scotchlite 2" reflective trim around waist and sleeve cuffs.

3503JN Navy waist length jacket, hood-in-collar, fall protection access, 2 side entry pockets, tool belt slit with zippers, attachment points for removable liners, 3M Scotchlite 2" reflective trim around waist and sleeve cuffs.

3501PY Yellow elastic waist pant with elastic drawstring, plain front, reinforced knees, non-conductive leg zippers with overfly, Velcro leg take ups, 3M Scotchlite 2" reflective trim at ankles.

3501PN Navy elastic waist pant with elastic drawstring, plain front, reinforced knees, non-conductive leg zippers with overfly, Velcro leg take ups, 3M Scotchlite 2" reflective trim at ankles.

3501TY Yellow bib style trouser with non-conductive zipper front with Velcro storm fly front, quick release suspender self-material system, non-conductive leg zippers with overfly, reinforced knees, Velcro leg take ups, 3M Scotchlite 2" reflective trim at ankles.

3501TN Navy bib style trouser with non-conductive zipper front with Velcro storm fly front, quick release suspender self-material system, non-conductive leg zippers with overfly, reinforced knees, Velcro leg take ups, 3M Scotchlite 2" reflective trim at ankles.

Sizing: 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-MP3-
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships 3 to 7 days
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty Yes
Select Size No
Standards Arc Resistant: ASTM F1891
Arc Resistant: NFPA 70E
Flash Fire Resistant: ASTM F2733
Chemical Splash Resistant: ASTM F903
Mfr. Model # MS-MP3-
Specification No
Manufacturer No

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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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