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Guardian Safety use Ultra Soft® to produce garments for electric arc flash protection in electrical utilities and electrical maintenance, for protection from flash fire in the oil, gas, chemical and petrochemical industries and for the protection from molten ferrous metal splash in steel mills and foundries.

In the last three months, there has been one fatality and three serious burn injuries due to the following arc flash incidents. November 2018 - A Victorian man died in hospital after an explosion at the Yallourn Power Station, in Victoria's east.

Primary Category: ~Safety~Flame Resistant and Arc Flash Clothing~Flame Resistant and Arc Flash Hats and Headwear. $55.00 / each Note: Product availability is real-time basis and adjusted continuously. The product will be reserved for you when you complete your order. ...

In the flash fire world we should start talking about Flash-Fire Rated (FFR) clothing which meets a flash fire standard (such as NFPA 2112 or for rainwear use ASTM F2733), electric arc hazard clothing which meets an arc standard (such as ASTM F1506, ASTM F1891 for rainwear or ASTM F2178 for hoods, goggles and faceshields) and firefighter ...

Arc flash PPE and FR apparel is available to protect workers dealing with tasks that could lead to injuries from electrical shock or high intensity heat. ... Confined Space Safety Kits Confined Space Blowers and Fans. Fall Protection All Fall Protection; ... Arc Flash Clothing Categories Hide Show Arc Flash ArcShield ...

Safety apparel is made from a variety of flame resistant fabrics with certified ratings to assure the user maximum arc flash protection This arc flash clothing kit is 21-Cal (Hazard Risk Category 2) and is available in 9 different coat sizes

Shop FR clothing and safety apparel by industry or HRC level for protection. Our FR shirts, pants, and coats are from manufacturers synonymous with FR PPE. ... Arc Flash Hoods Arc Flash Knit Hoods Arc Rated Gloves Voltage Rated Gloves & Gear Arc Flash Head Protection Arc Flash Blankets : View All : View All ...

When an arc flash ignites non-flame resistant clothing, the wearer can be badly injured from the burning garment. A garment can continue to burn, increasing the extent of the injury to the wearer, and can even cause internal injuries including airway and lung damage in some cases.