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Ariat 10012253 Flame Resistant Solid Work Shirt

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Ariat 10012253 Flame Resistant Solid Work Shirt

 

DESCRIPTION

This tough shirt lives for performance and action. Made from durable, soft flame resistant twill that is comfortable against skin. The button-down front has two chest pockets with a pen slot on the left. Greater Arm Mobility Technology keeps shirt cuffs down and extended inseam construction improves range of motion. Extended inseam construction improves range of motion. Finishing details include adjustable cuffs and double-yoke design with center back seam.

 

TECHNOLOGY

 

GAM Technology

Full Range of Motion: Ariat’s® Western sleeve technology creates a system that allows for freedom of movement without worrying about sleeves riding up or shirt tails coming untucked.

  • Extended inseam construction delivers improved range of motion.
  • Provides improved performance for ranchers and rodeo competitors alike.

 

NFPA 2112

The National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) 2112 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 exist.

 

NFPA 70E

The National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) 70E is a standard for Electrical Safety Requirements for Employee Workplaces.

 

CAT 2

CAT is a rating for FR clothing that indicates the level of protection the garment provides.

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

 

ATPV 9.5

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).

 

 

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