Challenged to raise the bar and deliver the first-ever GO/RT 3279 inherent fabric in a multi layer, we responded with Flameban Max 310 Pro 3 – which is now the flagship product in the Carrington inherent range.
We achieved this though a combination of Protal 5 branded fibre and an innovative blend, resulting in a lightweight 410 g/m² GO/RT three layered fabric that is ATPV rated to 28 cal/m² and EN 343-3 waterproof and breathable.
The construction includes aramid to deliver the highest performance levels on strength to weight ratio, along with excellent arc rating. So now, having a fully waterproof flame retardant garment with electric arc means that the traditional many-layered garment system can be significantly reduced. This in turn brings the advantages of greater wearer comfort, and extended use due to the hardwearing fibres.
Already being taken up by major companies in the utilities sector, this revolutionary fabric is available in GO/RT 3279 Hi Vis Orange and Hi Vis Yellow to EN20471. It incorporates a polyester face fabric, and is compliant to EN 343 Class 3:3.
In a market previously dominated by aramid-only fabrics, Flameban Max 310 Pro 3 creates new opportunities in garments that deliver new levels of safety, comfort and performance.
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