Arc Flash Protection


Summit Training Source Inc.

ELECTRICAL SAFETY

Summit Training Source's latest Video/DVD release, Electrical Safety NFPA 70E, is designed to train employees on the hazards of working with electrical currents. The program is filmed on-site in multiple settings to show a wide variety of real-life scenarios and covers electrical hazards, energized equipment, approach boundaries, and PPE.

    NASCO Industries Inc.

    Arc-Protection Outwear

    NASCO Industries Inc. manufactures a complete line of electric arc protective outerwear that complies with ASTM F1891 for arc protection as well as ANSI/ISEA 107 for worker conspicuity. Offerings include the ArcLite™ rain suit and the MP3, NASCO's newest outerwear.


      TenCate Protective Fabrics

      Protective Fabrics

      TenCate Protective Fabrics' Tecasafe™ plus fabric features electric arc protection fully embedded into its fiber blend instead of being added on as a chemical finish. The patented fabrics conform to the NFPA 70E standard at Hazard Risk Category level 2 and are designed to provide fire protection that won't wash or wear out.


        FrenchCreek Production Inc.

        Arc-Resistant Harness

        Designed to meet the demanding needs of the utility industry, FrenchCreek Production's new Arc Flash Harness features a durable heat-resistant Kevlar®/Technora® webbing and pre-cured, flame-resistant buckle covers. In addition, all harnesses are cut resistant and meet or exceed all applicable industry standards, including OSHA and ANSI Z359.


          Milliken & Co.

          High-Performance Fabric

          Milliken & Co.'s newest addition to its Milliken FR™ line, Amplitude™ fabric, meets ARC Flash NFPA 70E (HRC 2) and Flash Fire NFPA 2112 compliance requirements. Made in the USA through a proprietary non-ammoniated process, the fabric is engineered for comfort, stretch, and improved breathability.


            The Lincoln Electric Company

            Welding Wire

            Lincoln Electric's Blue Max® consumable product line offers complete solutions for SMAW (stick), GTAW (TIG), GMAW (MIG), FCAW(flux-cored), and SAW (submerged-arc) welding of stainless steel and high alloy products. All are designed for operator appeal with sound welds, low spatter,and excellent bead appearance.


              The Lincoln Electric Company

              WIRE CATALOG

              Lincoln Electric's new Outershield® Wire Product Catalog profiles the company's full range of gas-shielded flux-cored wires for the automatic and semi-automatic welding of mild- and low-alloy steels. The wires are used in offshore, bridge construction, shipbuilding, and structural fabrication industries.


                Encon Safety Products

                ARC FLASH PROTECTION

                Encon Safety Products' Arc Flash protective clothing line is designed to deliver both comfort and safety. Available in Arc Thermal Performance Exposure Value (ATPV) protection Level II to Level IV, the clothing meets or exceeds all necessary standards--NFPA 70E-2004, ASTM 1506-2001, and OSHA 1910-269. Kits are also available in 8-, 11-, 40-, and 50-cal ratings. Booth 1628.

                  The Lincoln Electric Company

                  ARC WELDING GUN

                  The Lincoln Electric Co.'s new Magnum® arc welding MIG gun for semiautomatic gas-shielded welding is engineered for improved balance and grip while reducing operator fatigue. The device is constructed of a proprietary liner, a durable, abrasion-resistant gun cable outer jacket, and a three-layer-insulated gooseneck. Gun nozzles, contact tips, gas diffusers, and nozzle insulators are manufactured to tight tolerances.


                    The Lincoln Electric Company

                    WAVEFORM CONTROL

                    Lincoln Electric's Surface Tension Transfer® (STT®), a revolutionary arc welding process used on its patented inverter-based power source, is designed to significantly reduce spatter and smoke through the use of high frequency inverter technology with advanced waveform control. The process can be used with 100 percent carbon dioxide in combination with electrodes ranging from .030- to .045-inch diameters.