One of the most important questions to consider when working near thermal hazards should be “Am I wearing the proper flame-resistant clothing”?
In 1889, Hamilton Carhartt started making the best in American workwear, and today, Carhartt stands above the rest, and our flame-resistant pants are bar none. No job site is a match for Carhartt fr clothing. Carhartt fr pants are NFPA 2112 & NFPA 70E compliant so that you can be assured that you can outwork them all, no matter how adverse the conditions. There’s a reason that Carhartt men’s and women’s fr clothing is sought-after–this gear is field-tested by real American workers on real job sites to ensure that you’re getting the utmost in quality, fire-resistant pants. When it comes to men’s fr pants, the welders have spoken. Our flame-resistant utility denim double front jeans are built to last. Outwork them all–Carhartt fr pants featuring Rugged Flex® move with you so you can focus on the task at hand, not your work clothing. Be prepared for whatever hand life deals you. These Cat 2 fr jeans will keep you comfortable and protected all day, no matter what the job throws at you. When you need the best fire-retardant protection, you need the best flame resistant gear; you need Carhartt.
The use and availability of flame-resistant (FR) clothing have become much more common due to the continued development and updating of industry safety regulations and voluntary performance standards. NFPA 70E, a national consensus standard that establishes safety guidelines for workers exposed to electrical hazards, is a prime example. 70E has driven changes across numerous businesses and facilities where employees access electrical systems and energized components. Many sites contain a variety of electrical work hazards, illustrating the increasing call for FR clothing.