Arvind PRO 1 Flame Resistant clothing meets the requirements of NFPA 70E, ASTM 1506 etc where protection from Electric Arc Exposure is required, Arvind PRO 1 products can help Save precious human lives. When using Arvind PRO 1 flame resistant fabrics/garments, electrical utility companies can comply with OSHA requirements and avoid potentially serious burn injuries from garments igniting. Electric arc lasts a fraction of a second, but with high risk of serious burns when wearing non flame resistant clothing....
Where protection from flash fire is required, Arvind PRO1 products can help Saveprecious human lives. Genuine protection starts with the first layer we wear, the flame resistant clothing layer should be closest to skin. This inner FR clothing layer should offer effortless flexibility in movement, soft to the skin feel, excellent moisture permeability and breath ability. It can be made of natural fiber flame resistant materials or synthetic materials.
Where protection from flash fire & IEDs is required, Arvind PRO1 products can help Saveprecious human lives. Improvised Explosive Devices expose soldiers to extra risks of injury due to flash fire and extreme heat exposure. Although outer garments may be flame resistant, wearing the appropriate FR Cotton inner garments as well, can help save a soldier’s life.
Where protection from molten metal and welding exposure is required, Arvind PRO1 products can help save precious human lives. For more than 45 years, flame resistant cotton clothing has been used in the steel industry as secondary protective clothing. Secondary protective clothing is designed for continuous wear during work activities in designated locations, where intermittent exposure to molten substance splash, radiant heat and flame source are possible.
Where protection from flash fire and explosive dust exposure is required, Arvind PRO1 products can help Saveprecious human lives. The mining environment creates a number of unique hazards including heat stress, greatly affecting operator motor skills and static electricity which could ignite an environment mixed with air and explosive mining dust.