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Ariat 10012552 Flame Resistant Lowrise Flint Jeans

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Ariat 10012552 Flame Resistant Lowrise Flint Jeans

 

DESCRIPTION:

Jeans that can handle the heat. The 100% ring spun cotton denim is flame resistant and HRC 2 rated. They’re dark washed with light hand sanding and tacking to give them a worn in look. Tailored with a boot cut leg opening and low-rise waist. These jeans feature no-rub comfort inseams, extra deep front pockets and anchored belt loops. ATPV 9.5, NFPA 70E, NFPA 2112 rated.

 

TECHNOLOGY:

NFPA 2112

The National Fire Protection Agency's (NFPA) 2112

  • For oil & petrochemical industries, this standard mandates that employees wear flame-resistant clothing if the potential for flash fire exists.

 

NFPA 70E

The National Fire Protection Agency's (NFPA) 70E is a Standard for Electrical Safety Requirements for Employee Workplaces

  • It requires employees to wear flame resistant protective clothing wherever there is possible exposure to an electric arc flash.
  • For oil & petrochemical industries, this standard mandates that employees wear flame-resistant clothing if the potential for flash fire exists.

 

HRC 2

An HRC or Hazard Risk Category is a rating for FR clothing that indicates the level of protection the garment provides.

  • HRC 0 represents the least amount of protection
  • HRC 4 represents the most protection
  • Most of Ariat's clothing falls within HRC 1 or 2 based on their APV ratings

 

ATPV 20

An Arc Thermal Performance Value (ATPV) is a rating assigned to flame-resistant clothing indicating the level of protection provided.

  • Higher-weight fabrics typically have a higher ATPV and provide increased protection (as does the layering of FR clothing).

 

 

CARE INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Warning: Failure to launder garment properly can result in loss of flame resistance properties.
  • Flame resistant clothing should be laundered separately from the family wash to prevent cross contamination.
  • Washing new garments before wearing is recommended.  Wash new garments separately from other garments.
  • Turn garment inside out before washing for best results.
  • Machine was using typical home launder detergent.
  • Liquid detergents or other products containing hydrogen peroxide should not be used.
  • Avoid starch, fabric softener or any other laundry additives such as soil release or anti-statics.
  • Bleach must never be used on FR fabrics.
  • Chlorine bleach (sodium hypochlorite) and oxygen bleach (hydrogen peroxide), either alone or in combination with other chemistry must never be used.
  • Denim can be washed on the Cotton/Sturdy cycle with the wash temperature set to Hot.
  • Woven shirts can be washed on the Cotton/Sturdy cycle with the wash temperature set to Warm.
  • Knit shirts and Polartec apparel should be washed on the Gentle cycle with the wash temperature set to Cold.
  • Tumble Dry.
  • Dry denim and woven shirts on the Cottons setting, but do not over dry the garments to avoid shrinkage.
  • Dry knit shirts and Polartec apparel on Low Heat, remove promptly.
  • Iron as needed on appropriate fabric setting.
  • Dry cleaning does not affect the FR properties of the fabric, but, in some cases, dry cleaning chemical residue left on the fabric could burn.
  • Polartec apparel cannot be ironed nor dry cleaned.
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