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CPA Chicago Protective Apparel 0647-AKV Para Aramid Kevlar Blend

  • CPA Chicago Protective Apparel 0647-AKV Para Aramid Kevlar Blend
CPA Chicago Protective Apparel 0647-AKV Para Aramid Kevlar Blend

CPA Chicago Protective Apparel 0647-AKV Para Aramid Kevlar Blend


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CPA Chicago Protective Apparel 0647-AKV Para Aramid Kevlar Blend

This  Aluminized Hood has 19 oz. Para Aramid Kevlar Blend


The Chicago Protective Hood #0647 offers complete head and shoulder coverage. 
Has a large 7" x 11" window opening with replaceable gold film and Lexan Window.

0647-AKV Aramid and Fiberglass blend. Korspun 1 plain weave. Used in garments where higher temps than PFR rayon is required.

0647-ARH Heavier weight PFR Rayon, basketweave. Used for gloves garments & blankets for moderate exposure to molten metal splash.

0647-AR PFR Rayon, Herringbone/Neoprene backed. Good for gloves garments & blankets for moderate exposure to molten metal splash.

0647-ACK A combination of carbon and aramid fibers. Good resistance to molten splash. Exceptional abrasion resistance and hot-spot diffusion.

0647-ACX10 Flexir technology provides superior comfort while maintaining a high level of molten splash and radiant heat protection.

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Definitions of "HEAT"

Ambient Heat is the surrounding atmospheric tempearture in a given situation. Examples: 65 - 70 degrees in an office; 2,000 degrees in a fire walk.

Conductive Heat is generated by direct contact with a hot surface. Examples: Picking up a burner block at 600 degrees; leaning against a furnace wall at 1,000 degrees.

Radiant Heat is generated by the sun or a source of fire, such as a fireplace or furnace, and is absorbed by masses of material struck by the heat's rays. (This is why it's cooler in the shade on a hot day!)
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