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Having the proper flame resistant clothing (FRC) is vital to keeping your team safe!
These FR garments are 88/12 fabrics treated with gaseous ammonia to impart flame resistant properties.
The garments’ flame-resistant (FR) properties are enduring and will persist throughout their entire lifespan.
Who needs FR Uniforms?
These FR garments are practical in various industries working with petrochemical, chemical, oil, and gas. Common industries that benefit from FR Uniforms include, electricians, welders, pharmaceutical workers, utility linemen, and employees working with ferrous metals.
Flame Resistant vs. Flame Retardant:
What’s the difference?
- Flame Resistant is fabric or garments that can withstand ignition and self-extinguish when exposed to flames. These garments are typically made from fibers that have an inherent resistance to fire, ensuring their ability to resist burning.
- Flame Retardant refers to the chemicals used to create flame resistance on clothing and garments. Some garments are treated with these chemicals, enabling them to extinguish flames or sparks upon contact. However, over time, these chemicals wash out, requiring reapplication for continued protection.
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Flame Resistant Shirts, Jackets, & Coveralls
FR 88/12 Cotton Blend Shirt (CAT2)
Sizes: S – 4XL
Colors: Navy (9881FU7), Light Blue (9883FU7), Khaki (9888FU7)
FR Welding Jacket (CAT 2)
Sizes: S – 5XL
Colors: Green (KEW2VG)
FR 88/12 Deluxe Coveralls (CAT2)
Sizes: Waist 38 – 58
Colors: Navy (941CFU7)
FR Henley Long Sleeve Shirt (CAT 2)
Sizes: XS – 4XL
Colors: Navy (ST41WFR6)
FR Zipper Jacket (CAT 2)
Sizes: XS – 6XL
Colors: Navy (JEW2NV)
FR Hi-Visibility Knit Shirt (CAT 3)
Sizes: S – 4XL
Colors: Hi-Vis Yellow (STFRC3)
Heavy Weight FR Modaquilt Jacket Liner | LML2GY
Bulwark Heavy Weight FR Modaquilt Jacket Liner is available to zip into the FR Zipper Jacket (JEW2NV) for an added layer of warmth and heavy-duty FR protection when the job calls for it. The liner features fully insulated sleeves and zip-in/zip-out brass Nomex® taped zipper track.
Sizes: S – 4XL | Color: Grey
Fire Retardant Pants & Jeans
FR 88/12 Cotton Blend Pants (CAT 2)
Sizes: Waist 28 – 52
Colors: Navy (981PFU9)
Reedflex FR Cargo Pocket Pants (CAT 2)
Sizes: Waist 28 – 50
Colors: Navy (941PFU9)
FR 100% Cotton Jeans (CAT 2)
Sizes: Waist 30 – 42
Colors: FR Denim Blue (909PFR14)
FR Pre-Washed Denim Jeans (CAT 2)
Sizes: Waist 28 – 66
Colors: FR Denim Blue (PEJ8DW)
FR 88/12 Cotton Pants with Flex Waist (CAT 2)
Sizes: Waist 28 – 58
Colors: Navy (381PFU9)
Can your FR garments stand the heat?
Our garments all satisfy the following safety protocols, a standard for electrical safety in the workplace.
NFPA 70E The standard requires that:
“Employees shall wear arc-rated clothing wherever there is possible exposure to an arc flash above the threshold incident-energy level for a second degree burn…”
NFPA 2112 Regarding the manufacture of FR garments, states:
“The standard shall specify the minimum performance requirements and test methods for Flame Resistant fabrics and components and the design and certification requirements for garments for use in areas at risk from flash fires.”
NFPA 2113 Specifies:
“…the minimum selection, care, use, and maintenance requirements for Flame Resistant garments for use in areas at risk from flash fires by industrial personnel that are compliant with NFPA 2112, Standard on Flame Resistant Garments for Protection of Industrial Personnel Against Flash Fire.”
The OSHA General Duty Clause, requires employers to:
“…furnish to each of his employees employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees.”
OSHA’s 29 CFR1910.269 states:
“The employer shall ensure that each employee who is exposed to the hazards of flames or electric arcs does not wear clothing that, when exposed to flames or electric arcs, could increase the extent of injury that would be sustained by the employee. This apparel standard applies to all apparel worn by an employee exposed to the hazards of flames or electric arcs.”