Pioneer long-sleeve flame-retardant shirt orange 7,5 oz (250 g/m2) sold individually

$92.45

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Pioneer flame-retardant shirt with long sleeves made of orange cotton, sold individually.

Pioneer manufacturer's no: V2580450, model 339SFA

Available in sizes from small (S) to 5 extra large (5XL). Please choose your size from the drop-down menu above. For this model in black color, see product (V340).

Do you work in tough conditions and need a shirt that protects you from fire and electric arcs? Pioneer's flame-retardant shirt is for you!

Designed with high-quality materials, this shirt offers exceptional protection against fire. It's perfect for those who work in high-risk environments or need an extra layer of protection. Made from 100% pre-shrunk, fire-retardant 7.5 oz (250 g/m2) cotton, it offers exceptional strength and durability.

It meets the most stringent safety standards, such as CGSB 155.20-2017, CSA Z96-22 Classe 1 level 2 and classe 1 level FR, ANSI/ISEA 107-2020 class 1 Type O, ASTM F1506-10a, NFPA 70E and CSA Z462-15 . It offers a thermal protection rating (TPP) of 7.3 cal/cm² and an arc thermal protection rating (ATPV) of 9 cal/cm². It is rated ARC 2 and FR, which means it is flame-retardant and reduces the risk of burns in the event of exposure to flame or arc.

Pioneer's flame-retardant shirt is also designed for comfort and visibility. It features a round neckline in the same fabric, a chest pocket with hook-and-loop closure, and StarTech® flame-retardant retroreflective stripes that make you visible day and night.

Look no further than Pionner's flame-retardant shirt, the shirt you need to work safely and confidently. Order it now on our website.

Peculiarities of:
the advantages of flame-retardant garments are as follows:

1.   Increased protection: Flame-retardant garments offer increased protection against the risk of combustion or burns in high-risk work environments.

2.   Arc resistance: Flame-retardant garments are also arc-resistant, making them ideal for workers exposed to electrical hazards.

3.   Durability: Garments made from flame-retardant fabrics are designed to last a long time, even in tough working environments.

4.   With 50 mm (2 in.) wide silver reflective stripes (2 vertical stripes at front, 2 crossed X stripes at back, 1 horizontal stripe at waist and 1 stripe around forearms.

Fluorescent orange is highly visible during the day and in conditions with lots of artificial light. In most situations, it also offers high contrast with the background. Fluorescent orange is, however, less visible at night and in conditions of low natural or artificial light, such as dawn or dusk.

Silver-gray retroreflective strips are highly visible in natural or artificial low-light conditions, as they reflect light back to the source of the light beam (flashlight, car headlights, etc.) They therefore offer the greatest safety at dawn, dusk and night. However, they do not increase visibility during the day.

Application:
They are often worn by workers exposed to fire hazards, such as firefighters, construction workers and industrial workers. Where there is a risk of combustion in the workplace, flame-retardant clothing must be worn. Any flame and heat protective fabric must offer the degree of protection expected over the useful life of the garment. Clothing characteristics should be defined according to the employer's assessment of workplace risks.  

Restriction: 
Any garment that is punctured, torn, contaminated or contaminated with flammable materials should be properly repaired, cleaned or taken out of service. 

Maintenance and service life: 
Wash flame-retardant garments separately from other garments to avoid contamination by other chemicals or non-flame-retardant fabrics. Turn garments inside out before washing to reduce abrasion and streaking. Use cold water to prevent shrinkage. Avoid using bleach, as it can break down garment fibers, making it less effective at preventing burns. Air-dry garments.

You will find a whole range of flame-retardant products on our Sylprotec website such as our orange (V1765) or blue 100% flame retardant (V1766) overalls, our Nomex (V308) welder's cap, the FR-TECH (V129) flame-retardant safety shirt as well as our (PS767) 4X4 fiberglass fire blanket or our (PS762) gray wool cabinet blanket, our blue (V50) disposable types 5 and 6 flame-retardant overalls; (V340) long-sleeve flame-retardant Jersey; (V313) flame-retardant double-layer neck warmer; VCSPL4 heat-resistant leather half-gaiters for welders; (V309) flame-retardant Nomex balaclava; VT1288 split-leather bib apron 61 cm X 91 cm.

What you need to know about flame-retardant clothing: 

About fire-retardant garments:
Flame-retardant garments are working clothes that can resist combustion and protect the wearer from flames, electric arcs or other sources of intense heat. They are often worn by people working in sectors such as the oil industry, welding, electricity or metallurgy. 

How do flame-retardant garments work?
Fire-retardant garments are made from special fabrics that have been chemically treated or are naturally fire-resistant, such as cotton, wool, leather or Nomex. These fabrics have the ability to ignite with difficulty, limit the spread of fire and extinguish quickly once the source of heat has been removed. They also form an insulating layer between the skin and the fire, reducing the risk of serious burns. 

What are the safety standards for flame-retardant clothing?
Flame-retardant garments must meet strict safety standards that measure their ability to resist heat, extinguish quickly and not melt or tear. These standards vary by country and industry, but some of the most common are:

- CGSB 155.20-2017, which governs flame and arc flash protective clothing for workers exposed to electrical hazards in Canada.

- CSA Z96-15, governing high-visibility clothing for workers exposed to traffic hazards in Canada.

- CSA Z462-15, governing electrical safety practices for Canadian workplaces.

- ISO 11612, which governs heat and flame protective clothing for workers exposed to thermal hazards worldwide. how to choose flame-retardant clothing. 

The choice of flame-retardant clothing depends on a number of factors, such as the type of risk to which you are exposed, the level of protection required, comfort, durability and cost. Here are a few tips for choosing flame-retardant clothing:

- Find out about the safety standards applicable to your industry and workplace, and check that flame-retardant clothing meets these standards.

-Consult the labels on flame-retardant garments, which indicate fabric composition, degree of thermal protection (TPP), arc thermal protection (ATPV) and risk class (ARC).- Choose flame-retardant garments that offer a good balance between protection and comfort, taking into account climate, mobility and breathability.- Choose flame-retardant garments that are neither too tight nor too loose, and that provide optimum body coverage.

- Opt for brightly colored flame-retardant clothing or clothing with reflective stripes, to enhance visibility and safety.

- Maintain flame-retardant garments according to the manufacturer's instructions, avoiding chemicals, bleaches or excessively high temperatures, which could alter their effectiveness.

Suggestions:
Need additional safety equipment? See the items;

CAN/CSAZ1220-17 compliant high-risk first aid kit (TR03E), complementary first-aid kit with soothing items (TR07), portable powder extinguisher 2.5 LBS (EXABC2.5), in case of emergency, call 911" bilingual sign (EI403OSHA)  "Safety First Aid Station" poster (EOS400), one-size-fits-all black acrylic cap (V311).

Under "Accessories" at the bottom of the page. If you're looking for work equipment, have a look at the following products: Endura winter glove in treated goatskin and fire retardant 950 ml bottle (EXFR). 

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Type of productSafety equipment
Main categoryPersonal protection
Sub categorySafety clothing
Sub sub categoryPants, shirt, coverall
Name of the productFlame-retardant shirt
Series of productsPioneer®
Product codeV339
Approved/CertifiedComplies with CGSB 155.20-2017, CSA Z96-22 Classe 1 level 2 and classe 1 level FR, ANSI/ISEA 107-2020 class 1 Type O, ASTM F1506-10a, NFPA 70E and CSA Z462-15
ManufacturerPioneer®
Country of originChina
Thermal protectionOffers a thermal protection rating (TPP) of 7.3 cal/cm² and an arc thermal protection rating (ATPV) of 9 cal/cm². It is classified ARC 2 and FR
Fineness of the knittingFR-Tech® 7.5 oz - 250 g/m²
Flame ResistanceFlame resistant
Choice of formatSize small (S) to 5 extra-large (5XL) available
ReusableReusable with prior hygienic measurement
FeaturesWith 50 mm (2") wide silver reflective stripes (2 vertical stripes at front, 2 crossed X stripes at back, 1 horizontal stripe at waist and 1 stripe around forearms
Additional FeaturesIt features a round neckline in the same fabric, a chest pocket with hook-and-loop fastener and StarTech® fire-retardant retroreflective stripes
Characteristic adding safetyReduces the risk of burns from exposure to flames or electric arcs
Precision on the color of the material and their visibilitiesFluorescent orange is very visible during the day and in conditions with a lot of artificial light. In most situations, it also provides high contrast with the background.
Includes 2Sewn with aramid inherently FR thread
Property of the materialFire retardant
Material1100% fire retardant treated cotton
Material2The reflective strips are made of StarTech
Material3Aramid yarn
WashableMachine wash on delicate with cold or lukewarm water and a mild detergent. Do not use whiteners, bleach, or fabric softener. Air dry. Do not expose to sunlight. Do not machine dry. Do not iron. Do not dry-clean
Dimensions of the productThe dimensions of the product depend on the size selected by the customer.
Length (in/cm)13 in / 33 cm
Width (in/cm)11 in / 27.94 cm
Height (in/cm)1 in / 2.54 cm
Weight (lb/kg)1.36 lb / 0.62 Kg
Sold byUnit
ColorHigh Visibility Orange
RestrictionAny garment that is punctured, torn, contaminated or contaminated with flammable materials should be properly repaired, cleaned or taken out of service
Return conditionsNo returnable if used. For more information about our return policy, please refer to the "Orders and Returns" link on the home page

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