Men's Multi-Hazard Hi Vis Bib and Brace

Code: 68355/486
  • EN ISO 20471 Hi Vis
  • RIS-3279-TOM
  • EN ISO 11612 Flame Retardant
  • EN IEC 61482-1-1 Open Arc
  • EN ISO 61482-1-2 Arc Box Test
  • EN 61482-2 Arc 2018
  • EN 1149 Anti Static
  • EN ISO 11611 Welding

This men's multi-hazard, orange high visibility bib and brace is part of the new Ballyclare Arc Flash range. These innovative garments provide arc flash and flame-retardant protection against hazards such as electrical arc flashes, static discharges, welding sparks and molten metal. Wear Ballyclare workwear for outstanding protection in dangerous, flammable or explosive conditions such as on-site, lineside or power generation sites.

  • Approved to RIS-3279-TOM, EN 20471: 2013 + A1:2007, EN 11612: 2015 A1+A2+B1+C1, EN 11611: 2015 Class 1 A1+A2 , EN 1149-5: 2018, EN 1149-3: 2004, IEC 61482-1-2: 2007 (4kA), EN 61482-1-1:2009 9.3 cal, ELIM rated 8.3 cal, IEC 61482-2:2009
  • 300gsm 60% modacrylic / 39% cotton / 1% anti-static fabric
  • High visibility orange background fabric with flame resistant anti-static double stitched reflective taping around the legs keep the wearer safe and seen at all times
  • Quick release adjustable buckles make it easy to don and doff
  • Concealed YKK® zip fly with hook and loop closure to keep dirt and debris out of the zip
  • Elasticated waist and wide braces provide a more comfortable fit
  • Top-loading knee pad pockets for easy insertion and removal of knee pads to keep the wearer comfortable and protected when kneeling or crawling
  • Reinforced crotch and triple needle stitching to all the main stress seams increase the durability and longevity of the garment
  • Front chest pocket, large ergonomic leg pockets and large back pockets all with hook and loop closures to protect from debris and let the wearer keep items close at hand
  • Zipped leg openings enable easy access to boots
  • Reflective piping, chevron print on pocket flaps and compliancy symbols improve visibility and allow team leaders to quickly see their teams are wearing the correct protective clothing
  • The bib and brace must be worn with long sleeved garments to ensure protection
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