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Chicago Protective Apparel SW-605-43, 43 Cal Arc Flash Protective Clothing CAT 4 Coverall

Chicago Protective Apparel SW-605-43, 43 Cal Arc Flash Protective Clothing CAT 4 Coverall
Chicago Protective Apparel SW-605-43, 43 Cal Arc Flash Protective Clothing CAT 4 Coverall
 
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Chicago Protective Apparel SW-605-43, 43 Cal Arc Flash Protective Clothing CAT 4 Coverall
Item # SW-605-43

SW-605-43 Ultra Soft (88% Cotton – 12% Hi Tenacity Nylon)

The Chicago Protective Apparel SW-605-43 Coverall is a 43 cal arc flash coverall are made with three layers of UltraSoft fabric, a flame resistant blend of 88% cotton and 12% nylon. The coverall is loose fitting, and comes with a barracuda collar, leg slits, and knit wristlets. All closures on this coverall are Velcro, including the front, collar, and leg slits.

  • ATPV = 43 cal / sq. cm
  • CAT 4 PPE
  • Meets ASTM F1506 and NFPA 70E Standards - In compliance with OSHA 29CFR 1919..269


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Arc Flash Ratings and FR Protection:

The Intense energy and very short duration of an electric arc flash represents a very unique exposure. Everyday work clothes made from regular cotton or poly/cotton fabrics, regardless of weight, can be readily ignited at some exposure level and will continue to burn adding to the extent of injury sustained from the arc alone. NFPA 70E requires employees to wear flame resistant (FR) protective clothing that meets the requirements of ASTM F1506 wherever there is possible exposure to an electric arc flash. It requires employers to perform a flash hazard analysis to determine the flash protection boundary distance.

The standard is designed to protect employees working inside these flash protection boundaries by requiring protective clothing for the corresponding Hazard/Risk Category that has an ATPV of at least the value listed in the "protective Clothing Characteristics" section of the standard. OSHA has confirmed that garments which meet the requirements of ASTM F1506 are in compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269 Electrical Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution, with regard to garments not contributing to burn severity.

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