65 Cal ArcGuard Nomex/Kevlar Arc Flash Hood

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  • Arc Rating: 65 cal/cm²
  • CAT 4
  • Fabric/Material: Multilayer DuPont™ Nomex® and Kevlar®
  • PureView™ faceshield technology features a greater range of visibility
  • One size fits all with the universal adapter
  • FR fabric will not melt, drip, or ignite
  • Breathable FR fabric
  • Inherently flame resistant for FR protection that will not wash out
  • Hard hat included
  • Premium anti-fog & scratch resistant coating on faceshield
  • Made in the USA
  • Arc Rating: 65 cal/cm²
  • CAT 4
  • NFPA 70E
  • CSA Z462
  • ASTM F2178
  • OSHA 1910.269
  • Remove faceshield and hard hat prior to washing hood. Rinse faceshield in warm water to clean debris.
  • DO NOT use chlorine bleach or detergents containing bleach. DO NOT use hydrogen peroxide. DO NOT use fabric softeners or starch. DO NOT line-dry in sunlight.
  • Machine wash warm (Max. 140ºF / 60ºC) Detergent only Tumble dry low (Max. 160ºF / 71ºC)
  • Wash according to the instructions above to remove any contaminants in order to maintain fabric performance when garment becomes soiled with dirt, greases, oils, etc.
  • If contaminants cannot be removed after laundering, it is best to discontinue use of garment.
NFPA 70E CSA Z462 ASTM F2178
Nomex Logo

DuPont™ Nomex® Brand Fiber Provides lightweight, durable, heat and flame-resistant solutions. Made of 34% aramid, 33% lyocell, 31% modacrylic, and 2% anti-static materials, Nomex® is engineered to absorb moisture and dry quickly. Nomex® fiber - protection that can’t be washed out or worn away - help keep the wearer safe from the everyday hazards they face on the job. PPE garments made with Nomex® provide superior heat, flame and arc flash protection, while providing lightweight, comfortable solutions that meets or exceeds industry standards.

Kevlar Logo

Knowing safety is something you can’t take for granted, DuPont scientists engineered the superior cut protection of Kevlar®. Unlike nylon, polyester and polyethylene, gloves, mittens and sleeves made of Kevlar® fiber are inherently flame-resistant so they won’t burn, support combustion, or melt—making them a smart choice for those who encounter high levels of heat on the job. The Kevlar® fibers produced there are light weight yarns which will allow manufacturers to make gloves that are even lighter to not only help increase worker safety through more frequent use, but also help improve dexterity and comfort for the wearer.