flame resistant


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flame resistance

The ability to withstand flame impingement or to provide protection from it.
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Fortunately, flame resistant apparel passes the test.
Aramark supplies flame resistant clothing to electrical contracting, petroleum refining, electric utilities, chemical manufacturing, aluminium manufacturing and steel foundry workers.
Summary: Influx of counterfeit protective equipment may put lives at risk in the Mideast, said DuPont -- globally renowned company for development of its high-quality, intelligent flame resistant fiber, Nomex.
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"The tunics consist of three protective layers - an inner thermal barrier, a moisture barrier and an outer material that is tougher and more flame resistant."
They can be supplied either in ABS or polycarbonate, and are flame resistant and halogen free.
Oriol Rofes, Nomex marketing manager, explains: "We identified a need for very comfortable flame resistant protective clothing that also offered high visibility and so we developed Nomex ProVis.
The entire unit with keyboard and 15-inch tempered anti-glare screen are enclosed in a flame resistant ABS case and aluminum alloy chassis.
While every building worker's uniform should be attractive and comfortable, sometimes they also need to be flame resistant, The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Quincy, MA, has introduced NFPA 70E, a voluntary standard that encourages employers to increase worker safety