602 Wildland Jacket – Kermel Aramid

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602 Wildland Jacket – Kermel Aramid

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    Jacket for 602/603 FLAMEPRO® WILDLAND KERMEL ARAMID 2-PIECE FIRE FIGHTING JACKET & SALOPETTES

    EN 15614 : 2007

    602 Jacket

    • Short FR unlined jacket
    • Kermel Aramid fabric
    • Brass zip fastening with Velcro® fastening cover flap
    • High collar fully lined with throat closure tab
    • Set-in sleeves
    • Velcro® fastening wrist tab
    • Action back pleat from shoulder seam to elasticated waistband
    • 1 vertical entry pocket on left hand side breast
    • 2 bellows type breast pockets with Velcro® fastened flap
    • Pen pocket with Velcro® fastened flap on left sleeve
    • 1 band 50mm yellow Scotchlite® FR tape above waist of jacket including front flap
    • 1 band 50mm FR yellow tape around lower sleeves

    Available in Orange/Navy/Red.

  • Additional information

    Size

    Small, Medium, Large, XLarge, XXLarge

    Colour

    Red, Navy, Orange

    Length

    Short, Reg, Tall

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  • There is a wide range of face fabrics available for use as the outer layer in the construction of fire fighting garments. The fibres used in the weaving of these fabrics are generally either a para-aramid or a meta-aramid often blended with carbon fibres for anti-static properties. The best known of these fabrics are Kermel®, PBO Millenia Light™, Advance Light™ and PBI®. . FlamePro® garments can be produced from any of these fabrics often in a range of colours and with various weave types i.e. plain, rip stop or twill.

    The thermal layers are composed of similar fibres to those used in the woven fabrics and are generally either needle felt, spun bonded non-wovens or knitted structures. The main purpose of the thermal layer is to provide a high proportion of open pockets between the fibres in order to trap as much air as possible since air is a very poor conductor of heat. Lining fabrics are usually fixed to the thermal barrier by adhesive or stitch bonding and they are usually woven or knitted from a blend of

    FR and meta-aramid fibres.

    Moisture barriers are essentially constructed using a waterproof, breathable membrane laminated to an inherently fire retardant spun bonded non-woven or knitted substrate. There is a variety of types of membrane ranging from PTFE through FR polyester to FR polyurethanes and these barriers are all completely waterproof and provide good water vapour transmission rates for breathability.

    FlamePro® garments use a range of structures designed to meet the specific requirements of the end user. All these structures exceed EN469 requirements and in some cases are tailored to meet the very highest thermal properties available.