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February
13
2018
By Slater Safety
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ELECTRIC ARC FLASH PROTECTIVE WEAR

SURVIVE-ARC® protective wear is made from certified, comfortable-to-wear, permanently flame-resistant and arc-rated material to protect the worker against the thermal effects of an electric arc flash.  SURVIVE-ARC® comprises a head-to-foot range of protective wear designed for the electrical worker and is used in the Oil, Gas, Petrochemical, Industrial and Mining Industry.  These garments are guaranteed permanently flame-resistant for the life of the garment. Certified to leading international standards while providing the utmost comfort and protection.

 

Survive-ARC® switching gloves, CAT 4, ATPV 100 cal/cm2. Fabric switching glove with stiff cuff, 380 mm long.

 

 

 

Survive-ARC® arc flash switching suit, CAT 4, ATPV 51 cal/cm2. Three piece arc flash switching suit with a long jacket, bib-and-brace trousers and full hood. Completely metal free with ATPV rating indicated on both garments. Jacket: 88cm long jacket (Large) with zip, flame-resistant (FR) Velcro® front closure and knitted cuffs. Trousers: Bib-and-brace trousers with adjustable bottom leg openings.

 

 

Extra feature of both garments:

  • Guarenteed flame-resistant for the LIFE of the garment.
  • Water washable
  • Excellent breathability
  • Absorbs sweat and moisture.
  • Cotton comfort cool in summer and winter.
  • Excellent abrasion resistance (50% longer wear life that traditional 100% cotton garments.
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