CATU KIT-ARC-A-02-C* ARC FLASH & MULTIRISK PROTECTIVE CLOTHING 12 CAL/mm2

  • Rp.24,000,000

  • Availability:Pre-Order
  • Brand: Catu
  • Product Code: CATU KIT-ARC-A-02-C


Tags: CATU ARC FLASH & MULTIRISK PROTECTIVE CLOTHING


Anti-Panic ZIP!

Our «Red Anti-Panic ZIP» has been specially designed to enable you to quickly and easily remove the garment in the event of an

accident. This original ZIP closure lets you remove your PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) up to twice as quickly as similar PPEs

fitted with a standard ZIP. The red colour of the ZIP is an extra feature for a safer PPE: your jacket is properly worn when the Velcro

secured flap is well-positioned, i. e. the red colour of the zip is not visible. No red visible = a PPE that is being worn correctly!

A more hard-wearing collection!

The CAT’ARC collection has been designed in such a way as to maximise its useful life.

CAT’ARC equipment combines two important features - a reinforced crotch that reduces

tears, which are frequent in this area, and knee reinforcements to combat mechanical

wear resulting from working in the kneeling position.

Rapid identification of the protection provided!

It is very easy to identify the level of protection offered by your garment. Just look

at the Standard pictograms on the sleeve. For even greater clarity, the levels of arc

protection are written in full (ATPV and class of arc protection).

PROTECTIVE CLOTHING

BETTER UNDERSTAND STANDARDS:

IEC 61482-2

The standard defines the requirements for

protection against thermal risks related to

electric arcing, to avoid the risk of seconddegree burns. There are currently two methods

of classification - the Arc Protection Class (APC)

and the Arc Thermal Performance Value (ATPV).

EN 1149-5

The standard characterizes protective constraints

relating to electrostatic dissipation used in

conjunction with a grounding system to prevent

incendiary discharges.

EN ISO 11611

The standard determines the classes of protection against welding hazards such as protection against heat, contact with a flame or small

molten metal spatter.

EN ISO 11612

The standard specifies the protective conditions

against:

- flame spread (A),

- a source of heat emitted by convection (B), radiation (C), or contact (F),

- and/or molten metal spatter (D and E).

NFPA 70E

The standard, issued by the National Fire

Protection Association (NFPA), classifies PPE for

protection against the thermal effects of arcing

into 4 categories, using ASTM F1959 - test

standard, and ASTM F1506 - product standard.


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