Tranemo Workwear 5050-88 Cantex Weld Stretch Work Trousers

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Article number: 5050-88-94
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Tranemo Workwear 5050-88 Cantex Weld Stretch Work Trousers
Flame-retardant Hi-Vis work trousers in Cantex Weld at the front and Cantex Stretch at the back. Cantex Stretch gives the work trousers flexibility and offers freedom of movement and high comfort, while Cantex Weld offers extra high protection at the front against welding and grinding spatter. The pants have nail pockets.

Dual tool pockets with tool loops. Side pockets. Back pockets. Hammer loops. Left cargo pocket with flap, telephone pocket, pen pocket and concealed key ring. Right cargo pocket with an additional tool pocket and ruler pocket. Height-adjustable knee pockets. Bottom legs adjustable with press studs. Reinforced back hem at the bottom. Contrast stitching.

Characteristics:
- Cantex Weld, 365 g/m², EN ISO 11612 E3, EN ISO 11611 CL.2, EN 13034, LOI: 29.0%
- Cantex Stretch, 365 g/m², EN ISO 11612 E3, EN ISO 11611 CL.2, EN 13034, LOI: 29.5%
- Reinforcement fabric, Barricader EP, 545 g/m²

These Cantex Weld Stretch Work Trousers are available in the following colors and sizes:

94 yellow/navy C44-C64, C146-C156, D84-D120

 

Standardization:
EN ISO 11612 A1+A2 B1 C1 D3 E3 F1
EN ISO 11612 – This standard describes protective clothing against heat and flames.

IEC 61482-2 APC 1 ELIM: 9.4 cal/cm² ATPV: 12.0 cal/cm²
IEC 61482-2 – This standard specifies PPE clothing that protects against the risk of an electric arc.

EN 1149-5
EN ISO 1149-5 - This standard describes PPE clothing that is used in an explosive hazardous environment, in other words ATEX environment where there is a risk of sparks being created by the clothing which can lead to an explosion.

EN ISO 11611 CL.2 A1+A2
EN ISO 11611 – This standard describes PPE clothing used in welding or related processes where there is a risk of metal spatter, momentary contact with flames, radiant heat from the arc flash, electric shock from short circuit and incidental contact with voltage conductors with a voltage up to approx. 100 V DC under normal welding conditions.

EN 13034 type PB[6]
EN ISO 13034 - This standard describes PPE clothing that is used at the risk of exposure to a light mist of chemical liquids or small splashes, against which a liquid-tight barrier (at molecular level) is not required.

EN ISO 20471 High Visibility Clothing
EN ISO 20471 - This standard describes PPE clothing that is used in situations where it is necessary to be clearly visible to traffic both during the day and at night. This standard has three different classes divided over three different risks and the maximum level is class 3.

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