Portwest FR60 High-Vis Multi-Hazard PPE Coveralls
Not only do the Portwest FR60 High-Vis Multi-Hazard PPE Coveralls protect you from every common industrial hazard, they also serve to protect your entire body from these hazards, proving them to be a high value garment. The durable coveralls are also highly-visible in low light conditions and feature a stain resistant fabric finish.
What Can the High-Vis Multi-Hazard PPE Coveralls Do for Me?
The coveralls have several helpful features:
- Multi-Hazard: Guaranteed and certified protection from chemical spatters, electrical arcs, electrostatic discharge, welding hazards and radiant, convective and contact heat
- High-Vis: Flame resistant industrial wash tape for visibility in low light conditions
- Durable: Anti-static and flame resistant qualities are inherent to the fabric, seams are triple stitched for optimum strength and two-tier knee pad pockets improve comfort and extend the life of the garment
- Functional: Radio loops for easy radio clipping, nine specialised pockets for storage, two way front brass zip for easy access
The inherent flame resistance of the coveralls is due to their construction from Bizflame Multi-Hazard fabric, which offers both maximum comfort and maximum protection. The material features a stain resistant fluorocarbon finish, which causes liquids to bead up and roll off its surface.
Who Can Use the Portwest PPE Coveralls?
The PPE coveralls are designed for a wide range of the most high-risk industrial environments. They are suitable for wear anywhere there is a risk of injury via flames, heat, molten metal, chemical splashes, arc flashes or explosions ignited by electrostatic discharge. The coveralls offer excellent protection for a variety of professions, including the following:
- Oil and gas industries
- Chemical engineer
- Petrochemical refineries
- Warehouse work
- Sheet metal work
- Offshore industries
- Construction work
Which Size Is Right for Me?
To find the correct size for you please measure yourself around the waist and chest as illustrated in the images below, then find the corresponding size with reference to the table. Next please select this size from the drop down menu at the top of the page.
|Size ||Chest Measurement (centimetres) ||Waist Measurement (centimetres) |
|Small ||92 - 96cm ||76 - 80cm |
|Medium ||100 - 104cm ||84 - 88cm |
|Large ||108 - 112cm ||92 - 96cm |
|Extra Large ||116 - 124cm ||100 - 104cm |
|XX-Large ||128 - 132cm ||108 - 112cm |
|XXX-Large ||136 - 140cm ||116 - 120cm |
|XXXX-Large ||144 - 148cm ||124 - 128cm |
What Certifications Have the Portwest Multi-Hazard Coveralls Received?
The coveralls have been rigorously tested so you can be certain of your absolute safety at work.
- EN 13034;
- EN 11612:
- A1: Limited flame spread
- A2: Limited flame spread, hemmed
- B1: Convective heat (scale 1-3)
- C1: Radiant heat (scale 1-4)
- E3: Molten metal
- F1: Contact heat
- EN ISO 11611
- IEC 61482
- EN 1149:
- 5: Protects against electrostatic discharge in case of an explosion
- ASTM F1959/F1959M - 12 ATPV = 13.6 Cal/CM² (HAF 82%)
- EN ISO 20471:
What Do These Certifications Mean?
- IEC 61482: This standard indicates the garment's ability to provide protection against the thermal hazards of an electrical arc
- EN ISO 20471: This standard certifies whether an item of clothing is capable of visually signalling the user's presence, and assesses the durability of the high-vis qualities of the garment
- EN 1149-5: This standard demonstrates whether a garment protects against electrostatic discharge in environments such as petrochemical refineries where there is a risk of explosion
- ASTM F1959: This standard determines the arc rating of a garment, which is the amount of energy needed to pass through the fabric to cause a second or third degree burn
- EN 11612: This standard determines whether a garment offers protection against heat and flames, and whether this protection extends to convective, radiant or contact heat
- EN 11611: This standard shows whether an item of clothing is suitable for welding or similar tasks and will protect the wearer from heat and metal splashes
- EN 13034: This standard refers to a garment's ability to protect against spatters from dangerous liquid chemicals
The jumpsuit qualifies as suitably high-vis to signify your presence in low light conditions. It offers adequate protection from static shocks, electrical arcs, molten metal splashes, chemical spatters and radiant, convective and contact heat. Thanks to the fabric finish, the coveralls are also stain-resistant.
Is Further Information Available on These Certifications?
If you would like to find out more about the standards mentioned here please read one of our blogs on the subject:
What Are the Key Features of the High-Vis Multi-Hazard Coveralls?
- Flame resistance is inherent and guaranteed for the life of the garment
- Protection from radiant, convective and contact heat
- Can be used for welding and will shield from molten metal splashes
- Flame resistant reflective tape for visibility
- Two-tier knee pad pockets for comfort and garment durability
- Radio loops for simple clipping of a radio
- Fabric blocks 98% of harmful UV rays
- Zips are made from strong, long-lasting brass
- OEKO-Tex certified as free from harmful chemicals
How Should I Care for the Portwest Coveralls?
- Wash at temperatures of 60°C or below
- Do not bleach
- Do not tumble dry
- Iron at medium temperatures
- Do not dry clean
What Are the Technical Details of the High-Vis Coveralls?
- Shell Fabric: 99% Cotton, 1% Carbon Fibre 345g
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