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NSA's debuts new FR workwear line in UltraSoft AC fabric
Feb '13
The FR work garments were revamped in the second half of 2012 to be more comfortable, modern, and customizable, and the new UltraSoft AC fabric is the latest variety to be added.  Work shirts and coveralls are available in either 7 oz. medium blue or khaki (8.3 cal/cm²), while coveralls and work pants are made with 9 oz. navy (12 cal/cm²) fabric.

Each garment is offered with optional added features to best fit the needs of one’s job. Work shirts are available with multiple pockets, pocket flaps, and short sleeves. The work pants offer cargo pockets, FR hook-and-loop adjusters, and additional knee reinforcement patches.

The enhanced softness of the material comes from its 88% Pima cotton and 12% high-tenacity nylon blend, resulting in an inherently flame resistant finished product.

All 7 oz. khaki and medium blue work shirts and coveralls are UL garment certified to NFPA 2112 for flash fire resistance in addition to their arc flash protection, making them a fresh option for utilities and oil & gas workers.

About National Safety Apparel:

Headquartered in Cleveland, OH, National Safety Apparel (NSA) is a leading USA manufacturer of protective apparel for the industrial safety worker.  Using the latest fabrics and technologies, NSA regularly introduces new and innovative products to enhance the safety apparel experience for workers. 

For over 75 years, workers across the country have relied on NSA’s safety apparel, including the company’s latest new product line, FR Control 2.0 – the first FR base layer that actively regulates body temperature in all heat stress applications.

National Safety Apparel

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