Safety clothing: ArcLite Air suit offers multi-hazard protection from flash fire, arc

safety clothing Hi-Line Utility Supply Nasco

Safety clothing: Hi-Line Utility Supply and Nasco introduce the ArcLite Air suit. Featuring a weather versatile design, it allows you to layer up underneath to keep warm in the winter, and the Nomex® mesh ventilation system keep cool and dry in the wetter months.

Weighing in at 5 ounces, the Arclite Air is 40 percent lighter than the lightest arc rated product on the market. It uses a composite coating with CCT Technology that eliminates the PVC that causes the wearer to be hot and uncomfortable.

This waterproof and windproof suit offers multi hazard protection from flash fire and arc, and features fall protection access, making it great for gas and electric utility companies.

The Arclite Air meets the ASTM F1891, ASTM F2733, and ANSI 107 standards and is sure to keep workers dry and comfortable.

For a limited time Hi-Line is offering special savings on a large selection of our Nasco outerwear. View the savings at www.hilineco.com/monthlypromo_nasco_10-2016.html

For more information about Hi-Line Utility Supply or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.
 

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