NECA’s PPE Selector app provides users with arc flash PPE categories, glove charts and specific AC and DC PPE options. Users will understand and apply the provisions found in the 2021 revision of NFPA 70E.
HiVis Supply’s Work King S176 Class 3 hi-vis thermal safety parka features a lightweight design. The outer shell is strong and durable but does not restrict movement. The insulating liner is made from a 6-oz. quilted polyester fabric that helps break the effects of wind and cold air.
Carhartt’s A267 force helmet liner is made of a lightweight polyester-spandex blend that wicks away sweat. The full facial protection extends below the neckline and the mask pulls down below the chin when not needed.
Magid Gloves’ M-Gard DXSB22BST sleeve has cut-resistant yarn infused with strength-enhancing microparticles, which eliminates the need for steel or fiberglass cores to achieve higher levels of cut protection. High-visibility color enhances protection and ensures worker compliance.
Portwest’s UFR49 FR duck quilt-lined bib overall provides Cat 4 protection from arc flash and flash fire. It features back pockets for optimal storage, tool and utility pockets, adjustable straps for a personal fit and ankle-to-thigh zippers on the legs to accommodate work boots.
MCR Safety’s PD3950 Predator high-visibility impact-resistant work gloves feature a fluorescent orange 15-gauge nylon shell. The fluorescent orange palm side’s breathable nitrile foam coating adds durability, abrasion-resistance and gripping power in wet or dry applications.