- Flame-resistant coverall helps protect skin and clothing from damage caused by arc flash or flash fire
- Twill cotton is lightweight, non-abrasive, and breathable for use in warm environments
- Heat-resistance category is HRC 1
- Meets OSHA 1910.269 and 1910.960, NFPA 70E, ASTM F1506, and NESC 2012 specifications
- Arc rating of 6 cal/cm2
- 5.5 Ounce, 100% FR Cotton
- Hi-Temp Zipper & Snap Closure
- Seven Pockets
- Back Elastic Waist
- Back Gussets
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Benchmark Flame Resistant Featherweight Coverall, Cotton, HRC 1
|Price:||$67.55 - $91.39|
|Brand Name||Benchmark FR|
|Manufacturer Series Number||4014FR|
|Specification Met||ASTM 1506|
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The Benchmark Flame Resistant Featherweight Coverall helps protect skin and clothing from damage caused by arc flash or flash fire. It meets Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA 1910.269 and 1910.960, National Fire Protection Association NFPA 70E, Heat Resistance Category HRC 1, American Society for Testing and Materials ASTM F1506, and National Electric Safety Code NESC 2012 specifications and has an Arc Thermal Protective Value (ATPV) of 6 cal/cm2. It is made of 5.5-ounce twill cotton, which creates a durable, lightweight, and breathable material. The fabric is non-allergenic and will not react with sweat. The coverall has an inseam system that allows the leg inseam to be adjusted to short, regular, or long by simply folding the hem into place and securing with hook-and-loop tabs. It also has a zipper and snap closure, seven pockets, a back elastic waist, and back gussets.
Benchmark FR manufactures arc and flame resistant clothing. The company, founded in 2002, is headquartered in Santa Ana, CA.
Top Customer Reviews
The only drawback was the velcro on the pantlegs to make garment length adjustable, it was uncomfortable so I removed and hemmed the garment.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
740 I bought a 7 X and they weren't even there 5 XL not all I thought it would be for the price I thought they'd have been better quality thank youPublished 12 months ago by Todd w Evenson
Just what I was looking for. FYI, size run big which is what you would expect for coveralls.Published 17 months ago by Paul B.
Sucky, Suck O, Suck Em all, total rip off!
One washing and the whole zipper fell apart!
I will pay to have it fixed, the fabric is still useful
Great durable big coverall, that's lightweight, breathable and flame resistant. Heads up, these 'alls have a long inseam. An XL is an XL!Published 22 months ago by MTL