'Iceberg' Bib Trousers EN342 Tested for Freezer Work
- Product Code: WWICEBERG
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Deltaplus Iceland Premium Freezer Bib Trousers
Tested and designed for good protection against the cold down to -24.6°C for 8 hours under a moderate activity
or -6°C with little or no activity, For a period of 1 hour -43.8°C for moderate activity and -24°C for low activity
Waterproof seams. Adjustable waist with elastic drawstring.
Preformed and reinforced knees.
Polyurethane-coated Oxford polyester fabric.
Quilted polyester Taffeta lining.
EN342:2004 Protective clothing — Ensembles and garments for protection against cold
0.705 m².K/W Icler - Resultant effective thermal insulation measured on a mobile model:
X Resultant effective thermal insulation measured on a stationary model
3 Air permeability Class (1 to 3)
X Class of resistance to water penetration (from 1 to 2)
Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large, XXX-Large
EN PROTECTIVE CLOTHING NORDLAND / ICEBERG: PU-COATED POLYESTER OXFORD COLD STORAGE PARKA ICEBERG: PU-COATED POLYESTER OXFORD COLD STORAGE TROUSERS Use instructions: Winter garment foreseen for a good protection against cold until -60°C
during 8 hours and while a moderated activity. These values are valid only if the insulation is evenly distributed throughout the body and with gloves, shoes and adequate head covering and an air velocity of between 0.3 m/s and 0.5m/s Caution: thermal
insulation and minimum usage temperatures were determined in combination with the B standard undergarment of the EN342 standard. They are only valid if the garment is worn in combination with an at least equivalent thermal insulation undergarment.
Usage limits: Do not use out of the scope of use defined in the instructions above. This garment contains no known carcinogenic or toxic substances, or substances which may cause allergies in sensitive people. Thermal Insulation can decreased after some
cleaning processes. Before donning this garment, check that it is not dirty or worn, as this would lead to a loss of its effectiveness. Check the seams, closures and that the fabric is intact. Do not use in the event of a defect. Storage/Cleaning instructions: Store
in a cool, dry place away from frost and light in their original packaging. ▪ Cleaning : Machine wash. Maximum temperature 30°C. Reduced mechanical treatment. Do not bleach. Do not Iron Do not steam. Do not dry clean. Do not remove with a solvent. Do
not dry in a tumble-dryer with a rotating drum. ** ▪ REPAIR: PPE clothing should not be repaired outside of the manufacturer's instructions and when authorized they must be performed by a professional organization. If the protective material is damaged
dispose of the item of clothing. Stop using this article upon signs of deterioration and replace it with a new article. ▪ SHELF LIFE: The lifespan of the garment depends on its general conditions after use (wear, etc...). Environmental conditions such as cold and
heat, chemical products, sunlight or incorrect use, may significantly affect the protective performances and lifespan of this garment. The shelf life is given as an indication, and depend of the good use of the product. The following factors can cause it to vary
greatly: -Non compliance with the manufacturer's instructions for transport, storage and use/-"Aggressive" work environment: marine atmosphere, chemicals, extreme temperatures, sharp edges.../-Particularly intensive use/-The superior number of washing
of cycle. Warning: certain extreme conditions can shorten the shelf life by a few days. The maximum number of maintenance cycles is not the determining factor in the service life of the product. ▪ Environment: The item of protection may be discarded with
the household waste. After use, this garment must be disposed of respecting internal installation procedures, legislation in force and environmental constraints
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