We know why you carry a pocket knife, and why it's so important to have good socks with work boots. Little things matter, and it's those small details that end up making the biggest differences. When you put this Ergodyne 8260 FRHL Hi-Vis Lime Green Class 2 Flame-R ... (see full details) (see specifications) #ERG8260FRHL.
Ergodyne Vests: High Visibility Class 2 Flame Resistant Safety Vest 8260 FRHL
We know why you carry a pocket knife, and why it's so important to have good socks with work boots. Little things matter, and it's those small details that end up making the biggest differences. When you put this Ergodyne 8260 FRHL Hi-Vis Lime Green Class 2 Flame-Resistant Modacrylic Vest on over your clothes, you put on a huge layer of safety. It's a little change, but it makes a really big impact.
This high-visibility, lime green vest is made with ANSI-compliant modacrylic mesh material. The 5.4 ounce modacrylic is a soft but strong, very resilient material that withstands wear and tear. It's also flame-resistant, because it never hurts to keep yourself protected against heat, spark and open flames when you're in this Ergodyne safety vest.
There are three reflective stripes, one horizontal and two vertical, in 2-inch bands. The 3M Scotchlite material reflects light even in low-light, low-visibility environments. The stripes on this Ergodyne safety vest are ANSI-compliant, too, and flame-resistant. This fire-resistant vest is ASTM F1506 rated for safety, and has a flame-resistant safety rating at ATPV of 5.1 cal/cm2.
Even the hook-and-loop closures on this hi-vis vest are flame-resistant, too. There is a D-ring access slot, a side pocket, and a dual pen pocket built into this FR hi-vis vest. This is a work vest, so it's got all the little details that keep it ready to work. When you add the Ergodyne 8260 FRHL Hi-Vis Lime Green Class 2 Flame-Resistant Modacrylic Vest to your wardrobe, it's just a small detail, but it'll make a huge difference in your workday.
at first I was skeptical about the price of these but after all would you put a price on catching on fire. me neither I went ahead and bought one and am I glad I did. the week after I got it I was stuck cutting metal all day and the relief of not having to worry about catching on fire was worth every dollar