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Arc flash Bib Trouser HRC4 69cal/cm² – Sherwood Nomex

SKU: ARC-TROUSER4+ S- Categories: ,

Our Arc flash Bib Trousers are manufactured by Sherwood and contains quality materials from DuPont Nomex and Paulson USA.

These Bib Trousers provide Arc flash leg protection and allows operators to be efficient and safe around Arc flash environments. Suitable for working in HRC4 environments up to 69cal/cm²

To achieve a higher cal/cm2 rating, such as 75cal/cm2, additional garments can be layered and worn per NFPA 70E to reach the desired cal/cm2.
E.g Layer up with a 34cal/cm2 Balaclava, 8.6cal/cm2 Coverall and 9.6cal/cm2 Arc flash inner glove to achieve above a 75cal/cm2 rating.

Key Features:

  • Hazard Risk Category: HRC4 69cal/cm²
  • Bib Trouser Size: M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, 5XL
  • Colour: Orange
  • Inherently flame resistant
  • Electrical Arc flash and flash fire protection


  • ASTM F1506 HRC4 69cal/cm2 Bib Trouser
  • NFPA 70E
  • AS 4836


Arc flash Jacket HRC4 69cal/cm²
Upper body protection in Arc flash environments.

Please contact [email protected] for a datasheet

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