NSA Level 4 Kits With Gloves Item KIT4SC40
- Available in the color navy blue and khaki
40 cal Arc Guard Level 4 Kits provide comprehensive protection in a convenient package.
Level 4 Arc Blast Kits Include:
- Short Coat
- Bib Overall
- 14" Class "2" rubber insulating gloves
- 12" leather glove protectors
- Arc hood unit with faceshield
- Safety glasses
- Hood bag to protect the hood
- Glove bag to store the gloves
- Gear bag to keep all the kit items together
- Made in the United States USA
Level 4 Kits are available in your choice of Navy or Khaki Indura Ultrasoft, Protera and Nomex upon request.
SIZING CONVERSION CHART
|Inseam||28" Short||30" Regular||32" Long||34" X-Long|
* These refer to actual body measurements.
Chest size is taken at the fullest point of the chest, keeping tape under arms and around shoulder blades. This measurement should be taken as actual body measuremnets with a light shirt on as this style of garment is designed to be worn over clothes
* Please note that you must take the largest circumference measurement be it the chest, stomach or hips.
Please phone customer service at 1-888-440-4668 if you require assistance.
40 cal arc flash suits are made to reduce severity of injury in cases of arc flash explosions. The initial shockwave of an arc flash blast along with the extremely hot gas also rapidly expands and heats objects in close proximaty igniting flammable substances and burning surfaces.
The surrounding area and people in it are exposed to extreme heat and an arc flash can also easily ignite clothing that isn’t made of special fire resistant materials. The burns that a person experiences as a result of an arc flash can become considerably more severe if the clothing being worn continues to burn and turns into a heat source in itself even after the initial flash disappears.
The higher the arc flash risk levels the higher the protective equipment required. It is a requirement have the protection of a 40 cal cm2 arc flash suit for incidnets levels below 40 cal cm2.
Work on live equimet should only be undertaken wearing proper arc flash PPE gear that is rated higher then the arc flash analysis results that are used to determine the arc flash rating for the protective equipment and safety clothing to be used.
The more extreme that the arc flash is the higher the heat energy which is measured in Calories per centimeter squared or cal/cm2 will be that may come into contact with a person.
As we are concerned with 40 cal arc flash situations on this page the product above contains a list of arc flash clothing that should be included in a suit kit to conform to the NFPA 70E.