Frontline® 300 Coverall with special-design hood
opening for better fit against respirator and
visor. Longneck design with extended zipper
closure, double storm flap with hook and loop
closure, sock boots with boot flaps. Cone inserts
at sleeves. Heat Sealed/Taped Seams.
Typical Physical Properties Measured per ASTM D751, D3787 and F1358 Test Method Results - lbs/N Grab Tensile Strength MD* 134 / 592 Grab Tensile Strength CD* 125 / 552.5 Tear Resistance Trapezoid Method MD* 13.7 / 60.6 Tear Resistance Trapezoid Method CD* 10.7 / 47.3 Ball Burst 123 / 543.7 Flammability Resistance Pass *MD: Machine Direction *CD: Cross Direction Chemical Breakthrough Time (normalized) Acetone >480 Acetonitrile >480 Carbon Disulfide >480 Dichloromethane 10 Diethylamine >480 Dimethylformamide >480 Ethyl Acetate >480 n - Hexane >480 Methyl Alcohol >480 Nitrobenzene >480 Sodium Hydroxide >480 Sulfuric Acid >480 Tetrachloroethylene >480 Tetrahydrofuran >480 Toluene >480 GASES Ammonia Gas >480 1,3 Butadiene Gas >480 Chlorine Gas >480 Ethylene Oxide Gas >480 Other Chemicals Tested Benzene >480 Diesel Fuel >480 Diethylethanolamine >480 Gasoline >480 Hydrofluoric acid (48%) >480 Kerosene >480 Methanol >480 A
Frontline® 300 has been tested for thermal protective performance (TPP) in accordance with ISO 17492,Clothing for Protection Against Heat and Flame. Frontline 300 showed a TPP value of 16. Frontline 300 meets the requirements for flame resistance in accordance with ASTM F1358. Note: Sources for all chemical test data are independent laboratories. All tests were performed under laboratory conditions and not under actual use conditions. Tests were performed on material samples, not actual garments. All chemicals tested at 95% and 75° F except Sodium Hydroxide, tested at 50%
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