Lifeliners Fire Hood 3-Layer PBIP84 Composite 35Tpp Composite

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This is a 15 oz triple layer 20/80 PBI/Lenzing FR (two outer layers) and 40/55/5 P84/Lenzing FR/Kevlar (inner layer) hood with notched shoulder cut out for superior fit.

  • Content:  Head Outer Layer:   20/80 PBI/LenzingFR - 6.5 oz sq yd
  •  Head Middle Layer:  20/80 PBI/LenzingFR - 6.5 oz sq yd
  •  Head Inner Layer 40/55/5 P84/Lenzing Fr/Kevlar - 8.4 oz sq yd
  •  Bib Both Layers: 40/55/5 P84/Lenzing Fr/Kevlar - 8.4 oz sq yd

Construction:  All Layers 1x1 Rib Knit
Stretch: 65%

  • Head Outer Layer:   Tan
  • Head Middle Layer:  Tan
  • Head Inner Layer Yellow
  • Bib Both Layers: Yellow

Head Design:
  • Style: Separate head with sewn on back and front bib. The back of the head ends at the nape of the upper neck. The back bib is sewn at this point.
  • Layers: Three
  • Measurements: See Spec

Bib Design:
  • Style: A two piece double layer yoke style bib is sewn to the head and forms a neck seam. The front and back bib are joined at the shoulder to form a notched shoulder seam on either side of the head.
  • Layers: Two
  • Measurements: See Spec

Face Opening:
  • Face Opening Sewn with ½ inch elastic
  • Relaxed Measurement: 5 to 5.5 inches
  • Fully Stretched Measurement: Exceeds 15 inches

  • Head Seams: All head and bib seams sewn with flat lock stitch.
  • Face Opening: Elastic sewn to edge with three thread overlock stitch; turned under and sewn with a two needle cover stitch.
  • Binding: One and a half inch binding sewn to hem through folder with a three thread cover stitch to create a ½ inch finished bound hem.
  • Thread: 100% Nomex

FR label. All four label edges sewn to the hood.

Classified by Underwriters Laboratories to meet NFPA 
Standard 1971 2007 edition.

LifeLiners Fire Hood TP23 Spec

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