Redwing Coverall 76709 Royal Blue AS FR

£58.00 + VAT

UOM: 1 Pair SKU: N/A Categories: ,


The Redwing 76709 is based on the Redwing 61715 desert tropical FR coverall. It is made bespoke and you wont find this coverall anywhere else. It has an extra clear plastic fully FR EPD pocket.

This coverall offers an amazing level of protection, FR (Flame Retardant), AS (Anti Static) make it perfect for many industries. We are confident you wont find a better lightweight coverall.

  • Gas detector and pen pocket on left sleeve
  • Two side pockets with hidden exterior-to-interior access
  • Elasticized waistband
  • Cargo pocket with separate mobile phone pocket on left leg
  • Two chest pockets with flaps
  • Two chest pockets with zip closure and storm flaps
  • 2″ (50mm) wide reflective FR striping around arms, legs and over the shoulders
  • Two radio loops
  • Ruler and tool pocket on right leg
  • Internal knee pads
  • Action back construction for easy movement
  • Concealed two-way, black high density polyester coil zips with brass snap closure
  • Concealed snaps on cuffs and ankle openings

Fabric: Daletec®, (Quality 15, 502251), FR 98% Cotton, 2% Carbon, 6.5 oz/yd²/220 g/m²

Additional information



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EN Standards

EN ISO 11612
ISO 11612:2015 specifies performance requirements for protective clothing made from flexible materials, which are designed to protect the wearer's body, except the hands, from heat and/or flame. For protection of the wearer's head and feet, the only items of protective clothing falling within the scope of ISO 11612:2015 are gaiters, hoods, and overboots. However, concerning hoods, requirements for visors and respiratory equipment are not given.

IEC 61482-1-2 Class 1
This standard tested fabrics and garments against an arc which was generated in a box
made of plaster to simulate what would happen if an electrical arc of 4 kA or 7 kA happened within switch gear or other enclosed low voltage equipment. This test standard did not include the recording of heat transfer measurements through the tested protective clothing material and did not include the analysis of the differential between the measured heat transfer data and the Stoll curve, which is now an essential part of the new standards. Stoll curve analysis is utilised to predict the likelihood of second degree burns.

EN 1149-5
European standard for protective clothing with antistatic characteristics. The clothing protects against sudden discharges of electrostatic energy and should be worn whenever there is a risk that static sparks may ignite inflammable substances such as gas and oil.