Arcguard

Arcguard Inheratex TTMC-W Jacket

Item Code: FJPVCMW
  • Fire Retardant, Arc Protection, Anti-static, Day/Night and TTMC-W17 compliant
  • Built with care from a 245gsm INHERATEX Ripstop fabric blend
  • This garment is fully Inherent with a lifetime guarantee on every seam
  • Ultraflect FR Tape - the longest lasting tested and certified retro-reflective tape
  • Assembled with a Nomex inherent thread
  • Collar designed to stand for increased neck protection
  • YKK non-conductive zip
  • Internal zip placket to protect the wearer and external placket to protect zip
  • Utilities D loop
  • Two breast pockets with domed closures for test equipment/documents
  • Twin-stitched pockets to save breakdown
  • Double stitched fire retardant UltraFlect® tape for strength and longevity
  • Adjustable domed sleeve cuffs with fabric gusset for reduced exposure to arc flash
  • Cellphone pocket with quick access velcro tab
  • Inheratex fabric has an inherent quick-dry moisture management
  • More effective shorter shoulder gusset, allowing greater movement and minimising safety risk of catching
  • Inherent Flame Retardant and Arc Protection rating, guaranteed for the life of the garment
  • Hem adjustment tab to reduce arc flash exposure to body or undergarments
  • Tail to prevent exposure of lower back when bending

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NZ $228.85 inc.

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  • Design complies with AS/NZS 4602.1:2011 Day/Night use
  • Fabric complies with ENISO 11612 (A,B1,C1), ENISO 11611, AS/NZS 1906.4:2010, TTMC-W17 & EN1149:2008
  • Reflective tape complies with AS/NZS 1906.4:2010 and ENISO 11611
  • Arc rating: ATPV=12 cal/cm² ATPV+ (according to NFPA 70E hazard risk category (HRC) levels), exceeding the 8 cal/cm² minimum requirement for HRC 2
  • NFPA 2112, Standard on protective clothing for protections of industrial personnel against flash fire, 2012 edition
  • ASTM F 1506, Standard on flame resistant textile materials for wearing apparel for use by electrical workers exposed to momentary electric arc and related thermal hazards