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DuPont Proshield 20 SFR Flame Retardant Reusable Coverall

DuPont Proshield 20 SFR Flame Retardant Reusable Coverall

DuPont Proshield

Three piece hood for optimum facial fit and increased protection, Zipper flap for increased protection, Orange colour-coded seams enabling better identification of the garment, elasticated waist, cuffs, ankles & hood, generous cut allowing freedom of movement when worn above index 2 or 3 undergarments.

Code: 687847


DuPont Proshield

£6.39 Each (ex. VAT)

£7.67 inc. VAT
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DuPont Proshield 20 SFR Flame Retardant Reusable Coverall

Proshield FR is a hooded protective coverall. Made from a flame-retardant polypropylene SMS nonwoven fabric. Depending on chemical toxicity and exposure levels, they are typically used over a primary FR protection. Hooded coverall protecting your reusable flame resistant garment from light chemical spray, aerosol, particulates, grinding, dirt and grime. Proshield FR also provides limited protection against heat and flame. Orange colour-coded seams enabling easy identification. Elasticated cuffs, ankle and hood. Zipper flap. Ample cut. Electrostatic protection to both sides EN1149-5. Highly breathable (air and moisture), limited flame spread garment. Category III, type 5 & 6. ENISO 14116 Index 1.

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