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Flame-Resistant Jacket, Orange/Navy, 4XL
- Item # 4ZCW4
- Mfr. Model # 5503JNFO1024
- UNSPSC # 46181533
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Catalog Group # H0326
- Shipping Weight 3.37 lbs.
- Item Flame-Resistant Jacket
- Insulated No
- Color Fluorescent Orange/Navy
- Size 4XL
- Fits Chest Size 58 to 60"
- Length 30"
- Fabric Weight 8.5 oz.
- Material Nomex(R)
- Closure Type Zipper
- Number of Outside Pockets 2
- ATPV Rating 9 Cal/cm2
- Hazard Risk Category (HRC) 1
- Standards ASTM F1891, F2733, NFPA 70E, ANSI 107
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