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Flame Resistant Insulated Warm Bib Overall

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FRC. Bib Overall. Coverall.

  • Flame resistant fabric
  • Adjustable shoulder straps 
  • Elastic back for mobility
  • 2 front chest pockets
  • 2 waist & rear pockets
  • 18" zipper on both legs
Fire ResistantNFPA 2112 CompliantNFPA 70E CompliantCAT 4HRC 4UL

Warm insulated flame resistant bib overalls are a popular choice for workers who want range of movement and don't want the pressure of a waistband on your stomach. If your job requires you to wear flame resistant clothing that is durable, tough, and can withstand an intense beating, then give these bibs a try. Two front, back, and waist pockets are built in and the NFPA 2112 tag is easy to locate. The leg zipper makes taking this garment on or off, a much easier task and you might not even have to remove your work boots.

Fire resistant bib overall is available in different sizes and colors to fit the smallest and largest people on your work crew. Oil & Gas Safety Supply flame resistant clothing offers FR insulated bib overalls that are made with tough fabric that can withstand the work environments of the oil and gas industry. 

The FR tag on front pocket is easy to locate and identify along with the NFPA 2112 label. The 11 oz heavy weight FR duck fabric is a tightly woven FR cotton and nylon that is heavy duty to withstand abuse from bending, lifting, climbing and harsh weather conditions.

The risk of flash fire on location is real and these overalls can decrease the risk of burn injury, when compared to other traditional garments. OSHA's requirements for flame resistant or flash fire retardant clothing are represented by the standards written by the NPFA (National Fire Protection Agency). This garment meets all requirements for the petrochemical industry (pipeline, drilling, fracking, dirt work, inspections, etc).

  • 11 oz FR duck fabric with 12 oz modacrylic quilted lining 
  • Ratings for flame retardant or flash fire:
  • CAT 2
  • ATPV 16.4
  • NFPA 70E
  • NFPA 2112 

FR apparel does not require special detergents but you should never use fabric softeners. This may coat the fiber and mask flame resistant performance. It may also serve as fuel in case of combustion.

Bulwark FR suggests to pre-treat any stains in the clothing and never use Chlorine bleach, hydrogen peroxide, or starch.

You can dry clean this flame resistant garment. 




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