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- ItemArc Flash Protection Clothing Kit
- Fits Chest Size54 to 56"
- Fits Waist Size48 to 50"
- MaterialSynthetic Fiber Blend
- ATPV Rating40 cal./cm2
- Hazard Risk Category (HRC)4
- StandardsASTM F1506 and NFPA 70E
- IncludesCoat, Bib Overalls, Pro-Hood, Hard Hat, Safety Glasses, Storage Bag
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There is no set time frame for this kit. The coveralls are inherently flame-resistant; they are not treated. Hard hat expiration depends upon the manufacturer's recommendations. Some manufacturer's have them; some don't, but it there is no OSHA regulation stating a specific time frame that a hard hat expires.
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