Arc flash Personal Protective Equipment
With comfortable protection that's up to 50% lighter than other class 2 arc protective wear, arc rated PYRAD® garments by GORE-TEX Labs allow electrical workers to move freely, even when working in restrictive, narrow environments.
Electrical workers will feel far more encouraged to wear their safety clothing all day - which means they'll also stay protected all day. When dealing with dangerous electrical situations on a daily basis, the highest level of continuous protection is, of course, essential.
When working in dry, temperate conditions, wearers will also feel comfortable thermally thanks to the single ply, thinner material which doesn't accumulate body temperature, even when the wearer is active. So whether electrical workers are hard at work indoors they'll no longer need to compromise on their comfort or safety.
The PYRAD® fabric technology by GORE-TEX Labs is engineered to provide optimal protection against heat and flame by balancing flame resistance, thermal insulation and thermal stability. These workwear garments are tested according to IEC 61482 and EN ISO 11612.
Up to 50% lighter than other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) with class 2 arc protection, the garments allow the wearer to be agile even in narrow environments and encourage all day wear.
Designed with single-ply thinner material, wearers feel thermally more comfortable as the fabric doesn't accumulate body temperature, even while being active.
Indoor or outdoor electrical work in dry and temperate conditions, class 2 arc protection PYRAD® garments by GORE-TEX Labs are up to 50% lighter than other garments in the same class.
Standards and Norms
Workwear - Arc rated PYRAD® by GORE-TEX Labs fabrics
Protective clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc
IEC 61482-1-2:2014 class 2 (7 kA)
IEC 61482-1-1:2019 arc rating ELIM 33 cal/cm² (ATPV 39 cal/cm²)
Clothing to protect against heat and flame
EN ISO 11612 A1, A2, B1, C1, D1, E1, F1
Protective clothing for use in welding and allied processes
EN ISO 11611 class 1 – A1+A2
Protective clothing: electrostatic properties
High visibility clothing
EN ISO 20471 HI-VIS yellow
Protective clothing against liquid chemicals
EN 13034 Type 6 [PB]
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