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Flame Resistant Jackets & Vests  (2 Product Groups)
Flame-resistant jackets and vests in a variety of colors and sizes offer secure protection from fire hazards. The chemical structure of the fabric material resists fire, and has a self-extinguish feature to put out intermittent fire. Bomber jackets with front zippers and elastic bands around the waist are mandatory in several industries to avoid injuries at work. Read More
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Flame resistant jackets and vests

Flame resistant clothing from Quill offers protection from flames and heat, which is practical for fire-heavy occupations like welding and smelting. The selection of workwear provides employees with protective clothing necessary for chemical, electrical, and refinery work environments. Jackets and vests are available in a variety of colors and sizes to fit any style, and they have multiple pockets for storing wallets, keys, and other personal belongings. Bomber jackets with a zipper feature tight elastic bands around the waist and cuffs, which contains body temperature and provides sufficient skin coverage. Jacket materials include a combination of cotton and nylon fabric on select models, and 100 percent cotton on others.

Flame-resistant fabric technology for hazardous jobs

Flame-resistant clothing features zip fronts with a protective storm flap covering on select jacket models. They’re an essential accessory serving as protection against arc flash and fire, both of which can cause serious injuries. The fabric technology resists ignition, and it self-extinguishes after encountering a thermal source like fire. As a result, employees can escape a fire quickly when wearing one of the flame-resistant jackets. Flame-retardant clothing is a similar type of protection, which undergoes a chemical change to become more slow-burning. Jackets, workwear shirts, and other clothing types ensure employees can work in a variety of harsh conditions. Cotton-material jackets with flame-resistant features are suitable for professions like:

  • Welding
  • Grinding
  • Electrician jobs
  • Heat boiler technicians

Flame-resistant jackets with features

The jackets and vests with the flame-resistant feature fall under the secondary protection clothing category. This is because they’re suitable for employees who aren’t in direct contact with fire or electricity at all times. Extra wide cuts in the clothing construction allow for easy body movement while doing demanding jobs. Flame-resistant materials have a chemical structure, which is naturally resistant to fire. Popular jacket material choices for flame-resistant clothing are kevlar®, nomex®, and modacrylic. Companies usually provide information about clothing requirements to meet regulations, depending on the hazardous level of a specific job.