Kappler Frontline 500 F5H582-91 Vapor Total Encapsulating Suit
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Vapor Total Encapsulating Suit
Front Entry, Expanded Back, Large PVC view window with FEP Overlay, Double-Taped Seams, Knee Reinforcements, 2 Exhalation Valves, 48" Gas-Tight PVC Zipper, Double Storm Flap with Hook and Loop closure, attached Sock boots with Boot Flap, Field Replaceable 2N1™ Glove System includes Butyl Gloves with specially attached Barrier Glove liner and knitted Kevlar overglove.
Aqua Seal Zipper
Larger Viewing Window than the F5H580-91
NFPA 1991 Certified To 2016 Edition
Get triple assurance with a single suit certified to NFPA 1991. The Frontline® 500 gas-tight suit offers three-way protection – broad chemical holdout, plus flame resistance and radiant heat protection for the additional hazards encountered in a chemical flash-fire. NFPA certification now includes base plus Optional Flash Fire and Liquified Gas requirements.
Kappler’s single-suit design means goodbye to the days of a cumbersome two-suit NFPA 1991 configuration. As with all Kappler apparel, this is a multi-use, single exposure garment. Offering comparable protection to Kappler’s Zytron® 500 chemical apparel, Frontline 500 provides excellent holdout for the ASTM F1001 battery and beyond.
For optimal radiant heat protection, Kappler’s commitment to user survivability led us to use the more demanding Pyroman Thermal Manikin testing in addition to the NFPA 1991 Chemical Flash Fire Option. Pyroman results for Frontline 500 indicated 0% body burn – a huge confidence factor when facing a chemical flash situation.
Chemical, flash, radiant – three hazards, one suit. With Frontline 500, Kappler’s got your back — and your front.
Frontline garments are designed for chemical flash fire protection FOR ESCAPE ONLY in the event of a chemical flash fire.
Features and Benefits
Single garment eliminates need for typical 2-suit NFPA 1991 configuration
Combines chemical, flash-fire and radiant heat protection in a single suit
Seams are sewn and double heat-sealed/taped for added protection
Large expanded-view face shield improves field of vision
Unique 2N1™ glove system prevents inner glove inversion when removing hands
Chemical handling with potential for chemical flash-fire