Product information
  • Adjustable kneepad pockets so kneepads can be optimally placed on the knee.
  • Anti-static, acid-resistant and flame-retardant PyroPro®.
  • Durable triple stitched seams that extend the product life.
  • Fastening with storm flap and hidden press studs, so as not to scratch the surroundings.
  • Co-certified for use with MASCOT kneepad type SHORT or LONG, as the kneepad pocket is height-adjustable.
  • Seams face downwards so sparks can not get lodged in them.
Anti-static, acid-protective and flame retardent PyroPro®. Back pockets with flap and hidden press studs. Protects from electric arcs and occasional welding arcs. Chest pockets with flap and hidden press studs. Elastic in the back. Front pockets. Fly with zip. High collar with press studs. Inner pocket with flap. Adjustable knee pad pockets with flap and top access. Contrast stitching. Thigh pocket with flap and hidden press studs. Fastening with hidden press studs. Cuffs with elastic. The surface treatment makes the product dirt-repellent. Co-certified together with kneepad type SHORT or LONG in accordance with EN 14404. Seams face downward so sparks can not get lodged in. Ruler pocket. Triple stitched seams on sleeves, leg and crotch. Ventilation under sleeves. We recommend 00418-100, 00718-100, 50451-916 and 20118-915 kneepads for this model.

This standard describes the breakdown of electrostatic charges from the surface of the clothing materials. This standard describes the requirements for the materials and design of electrostatic dissipative protective clothing which is used as part of a grounded system to prevent incendiary discharges. Protective clothing against liquid chemicals - Performance requirements for chemical protective clothing offering limited protective performance against liquid chemicals. Live working - Protective clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc - Part 1-1: Test methods - Method 1: Determination of the arc rating (ATPV or EBT50) of flame resistant materials for clothing. Live working - Protective clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc - Part 1-2: Test methods - Method 2: Determination of arc protection class of material and clothing by using a constrained and directed arc (box test). Protective clothing for use in welding and allied processes.
Class 1:RHTI 24≥7s
Class 2:RHTI 24≥16s Protective clothing - Clothing to protect against heat and flame (ISO/FDIS 11612:2008). OEKO-TEX® STANDARD 100 - Confidence in textiles. Tested for harmful substances.


87% cotton/12% polyamide/1% carbon fibres

Treatment & Certificates

Normal dry cleaning Do not bleach Iron at moderate temperature, max. 150° C Tumble-dry - initial temperature max. 60° C Warm wash, max. 60° C