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Primary vs Secondary Protective Clothing

Primary Protective Clothing
Primary  Protective Clothing

Primary Protective Clothing is defined as clothing that is designed to be worn for work activities where significant exposure to molten substance splash, radiant heat, and flame is likely to occur. An example of primary protective clothing is firefighter turnout gear and aluminized suits. Westex® UltraSoft®, UltraSoft AC® and Indura® are not designed for use as primary protective clothing.

Secondary Protective Clothing is designed for continuous wear in designated locations where intermittent exposure to molten substance splash, radiant heat, and flame is possible (as defined by ASTM Standard F1002). UltraSoft®, UltraSoft AC® and Indura® flame resistant fabrics are designed for and ideal for use as secondary protective clothing.

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