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ARCPRO® FR Wool Vest

Product code: FRWLVST


 

THIS VEST CAN BE ZIPPED INTO TO THE ARCPRO RANGE OF WET WEATHER JACKETS, OR CAN BE WORN AS STAND-ALONE GARMENTS FOR AN EXTRA LAYER OF WARMTH. 

 

Fire Retardant Wool Vest

 

100% New Zealand wool


FR and shower proof treated for greater protection


Complies with: NZTA CoPTTM which exceeds AS/NZS 4602.1/Amdt 1/2016-11-23

AS/NZS 4602.1.2011 - Day/Night and Transit compliant

 

Contact Jaedon for availability

 

Sizes SM - 5XL 

 

ZIP INTO WWCBEC5

ZIP INTO WWCBEC2

 

MADE IN NEW ZEALAND BY JAEDON

 

 

TTMC

Hi Vis

Click to read the AS/NZS 1906.4:2010 Standard

Download High-Visibility-Materials-for-Safety-Garments.pdf

Heat and Flame

What is the difference between fire retardant and fire resistant?

The biggest difference between flame resistant and flame retardant fabrics lies in how each is made. Without a special chemical application, a fabric will not qualify as flame retardant. Similarly, without being made of certain non flammable fibres, a fabric will not quality as fire resistant.

How do you wash FR clothing?

Home Wash
Wash separately in a Normal or Cotton cycle at any water temperature up to a maximum of 140ºF (60ºC). ...
Turn garments inside out before wash to reduce streaking from abrasion. ...
DO NOT use chlorine bleach or liquid non chlorine bleach.

What does inherently flame retardant mean?

Inherently flame resistant fibres are materials that have flame resistance built into their chemical structures. ... A chemical additive in the fibre or treatment on the fabric is used to provide some level of flame retardancy. During a fire, chemically dependent fabrics rely on a chemical reaction to extinguish the flame.

Is cotton flame resistant?

No, There is a common perception that untreated 100% cotton fabric is somehow “flame-resistant”. This is simply not true. While heavyweight untreated 100%cotton fabrics may be more difficult to ignite, they can and will ignite and continue to burn if exposed to an ignition source.

What is the definition of flame resistant?
A substance that is applied to fabric, wood, or other material in order to make it resistant to catching fire. Also called fire retardant.

Is wool resistant to fire?
Wool is an amazing fibre with so many inherent qualities that can benefit humans. It is naturally flame resistant.


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