Flame Resistant (FR) Insulated Bib Overall Modacrylic quilted lining Max Comfort™ Material 88% Cotton 12% Nylon, Navy
Whether working in the rugged oil and gas industry or spending your day working near electrical hazards, stay safe and comfortable in MCR Safety's FR Gear made with Max Comfort™ fabrics. The BP3 Insulated Overall parka features a comfortable 88% cotton 12% Nylon material with a modacrylic quilted lining for warmth and protection. Max Comfort™ material meets the NFPA 2112-2018 Standard for Flame Resistant Garments and NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. All MCR Safety's FR Garments are UL Certified and have a lifetime FR guarantee.
Available in Regular and Tall Sizing, Gray and Navy
- Available in Regular and Tall, Gray and Navy
- Max Comfort™ Fabric NFPA 2112 UL Certified
- All Trims are NFPA 2112 UL Certified
- ASTM F1506 Electric Arc Protection Standard
- NFPA 70E Hazard/Risk Cat/HRC 3
- ATPV ASTM 1959 35 cal/cm²
- Bib Overall is UL & NFPA 2112 Certified
- Max Comfort™ 7.5 oz. 88% Cotton/12% Nylon Outer Shell
- 11.5 oz. quilted lining – 100% FR treated cotton and non-woven modacrylic batting
- Water Repellent
- Sewn with FR Aramid thread
- Double needle stitching on main seams
- 2 chest pockets with concealed snap closure
- Protective storm flap covers 2-way #10 brass non-separating front zipper
- Heavy weight 2″ adjustable elasticized straps with FR heat resistant buckles
- Two rear pockets with concealed snap closures – no flaps
- Vented legs w/10m FR zipper closure, 28 Inch. The zipper is protected by storm flaps with snap closures
- Elastic waist
- Hip pockets with snap closure
Oil and Gas Industry, Utilities, Electronic Assembly, Fracking, Mining
These items are Third Party Certified by UL, a world leader in product safety and testing certification.
Hazard Risk Category
CAT Rating 3 (CAT3) - Minimum Arc Rating of 25.0 cal/cm2
NFPA 70E-2018 Certified.
Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace®.
NFPA 2112-2018 Certified
Standard on Flame-Resistant Clothing for Protection of Industrial Personnel Against Short-Duration Thermal Exposures from Fire.