While you can typically pair up flame-retardant coats there is nothing easier than simply donning this Hi-Vis Waterproof Flame Retardant Mongstad Suit to fulfil all of your workwear needs! This dynamic suit covers you from neck to ankles to maintain your visibility in lighting requirements that are shoddy, and covers you from neck to ankles. Ideal for industries or the welding, this is 1 thing of rainwear you can rely on to conquer conditions, thanks to its resistance to flames oil and mildew.
Thankfully it doesn’t repel human skin, so wearers can be dry and comfortable whenever they jump into this suit. A flame-retardant coating covers the entire shell fabric, and a storm flap is in front with zip and Velcro closure. There is a hood for when the heavens open with adjustment. Don’t go searching for jacket and pants – get together with the Hi-Vis Waterproof Flame Retardant Mongstad Suit.
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Flame retardant workwear usually consists of two types. First is chemically treated cotton (often called probanised cotton, but it goes by various brand names) and you may hear people refer to these as a Proban…
The second type of flame retardant workwear is ‘inherently’ fire retardant. This is a special type of fabric (Protex and Nomex are brand names) that remains flame retardant for the life of the garment regardless of the laundering. These garments are more expensive and are usually preferred by industries that aren’t quite so hard on their workwear.