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NOMEX Fire resistant, but very flexable protective coveralls with pockets and expansion waist.

Compositions 100% Nomex Aramid IIIA

Optional Add-ons Radio Loop


  • 100% Nomex Aramid IIIA 
  • NFPA-70E, HRC -1
  • ATPV-5.8 CAL/cm2
  • CGSB 155.20
  • ASTM-F1506 NFPA 2112
  • Velcro closure at collar
  • Side expansion elastics at waist
  • 2 Front chest pockets
  • 2 Back pockets
  • Arm pencil pocket
  • Side pass throughs
  • 2 Front pant pockets
  • Right leg tool pocket
  • Full 2 inch FR Reflective tape

All our NOMEX garments are made with flame resistant DuPont™ Nomex® Fiber.  Nomex started with a flight suit over 40 years ago.  DuPont™ Nomex® fiber is still a first choice for workers who rely on its inherently flame resistant properties to help keep them safe from the everyday hazards they face.

Fires are unpredictable — situations can change in an instant with temperatures reaching 1900 degrees F, leaving workers vulnerable to serious injury. So for hazards like flash fire and pool fire, DuPont created Nomex® III A. A blend of 93% Nomex® with 5% Kevlar® and 2% antistatic fiber, this innovative fabric helps minimize break-open, and expands to form a stable and inert barrier between the fire and skin. This gives wearers the valuable seconds they need to escape from the hazard.  Comfort and fit are also an essential part of safety. In collaboration with manufacturers and mills, DuPont strives to help them make significant fabric improvements -- providing lighter weights, wicking finishes, and breathability.

Additional Nomex® fabric considerations:

  • Widely used by petroleum, petrochemical, chemical, and utility industries, as well as firefighters
  • Inherent thermal protection that cannot be washed away
  • Durable and resistant to abrasion, tears, and chemicals
  • Meets the NFPA 1975 standard for firefighters’ stationwear
  • Meets the ASTM F1506 standard for workers’ apparel as protection from electric arc exposure
  • Complies with NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace
  • Complies with NFPA 2112 Standard on Flame-Resistant Garments for Protection of Industrial Personnel Against Flash Fire