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Flamebuster HRC2 3-in-1 Parka

Description:  Flamebuster Torrent 3in1 Parka HRC2 with Hood suitable for Wet Weather O/N
Brand:        Flamebuster
Rating:       HRC2 >22cal/cm2
Standards: AS/NZS 4602:2011 Hi Vis garment
IEC 61482-1-1-2019 HRC2 8+cal/cm2
ISO 9150:1988 Molten Metal Splash
ISO 11612:2015 A1 Limited Flame Spread
Colour/s:     Yellow/Navy; Orange/Navy
Sizes:        XS-6XL & 8XL
Item Code/s: ARC-PARKA2-N-YN-(size)
SKU: ARC-PARKA2-N Categories: , ,


The Flamebuster HRC2 3-in-1 Anti-Static Wet Weather Parka is packed full of features and protects the user from all weather conditions and HRC2 Arc Flash hazards up to 22cal/cm2.

Key Features:

  • Sizes XS-6XL & 8XL
  • Orange/Navy or Yellow/Navy
Outer Jacket:
  • Fully concealed heat-resistant zip front with storm flap & press studs
  • Fully seam sealed Waterproof 13000mm
  • FR segmented reflective tape
  • Bio-motion configuration
  • Detachable hood with heat-resistant cord and stopper & adjustable tab
  • The hood is secured at the collar with concealed heat-resistant press studs
  • 2x gas loops at the shoulder
  • RHS Napoleon pocket with concealed heat-resistant all-plastic zip
  • Adjustable cuff tabs with FR hook and loop tape
  • Front patch pockets secured with flaps and side
  • hand warmer pockets
  • ID patch holder inside LHS hip pocket
  • LHS internal stuff pocket
  • Internal universal heat-resistant zipper to attach
  • optional FR fleece jacket
  • Anti-Static
  • ATPV 8+cal/cm2
  • HRC 2 protection
  • UPF 50+
  • Day/night use
Inner Jacket:
  • Heat resistant all plastic zip front
  • FR segmented reflective tape
  • FR knitted ribbed cuffs and hem
  • Contrast dirt panel at undersleeves
  • Side pockets
  • Fabric loops above the cuffs and under the collar to connect with the optional jacket
  • Tightly knitted to help mitigate excessive pilling
  • LHS internal stuff pocket
  • CF zipper connects with options FR wet weather jacket
  • ATPV 8+cal/cm2
  • HRC 2 protection
  • UPF 50+
  • Day/night use
Fabric Outer layer:
  • 98% Polyester 2% Carbon
  • Middle Layer: PU
  • Backing Layer:60% Protex 40% Cotton

Fabric Inner Jacket:

  • 60% Moda-acrylic
  • 39% Cotton
  • 1% AS, 300gsm

Please contact [email protected] for a datasheet

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