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Arc flash Face shield HRC2 12cal/cm2 Chin Guard – BSD

SKU: ARC-FS 2PLUS Categories: , ,

A durable HRC2 Arc Flash Face shield to help provide protection during an Arc flash incident. Arc flash PPE combines clothing and safety equipment to allow operators to be efficient and safe around Arc flash environments.

Suitable for working in HRC2 environments up to 12cal/cm².

Key Features:

  • Hazard Risk Category: HRC2 12cal/cm²
  • Additional transparent chin protection for greater peripheral vision
  • Colour: Clear/Light Smoke Tint with blue accent
  • Medium Impact (B) for high speed objects
  • Universal Fitting system for most standard peaked hard hats
  • Chin guard


  • AS4836:2011
  • ASTM F2178
  • ANSI/ISEA Z.87.1-2010
  • DIN EN 166:2001
  • DIN EN 170:2002
  • E DIN 58118:2011
  • DGUV GS-ET-29:2011


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