Disposable fire protective clothing for flames and sparks
When you need to protect your workers from sparks and flame, you spend whatever it takes on primary fire-retardant (FR) apparel to do the job right. Our disposable, fire resistant workwear protects your primary FR investment by keeping it clean and by offering an extra layer of protection against sparks, flames, and molten drips.
Not all FR Workwear is Created Equal
Unlike lower-end disposable FR coveralls, our FR disposable coveralls are generously sized to fit over your primary fire protective clothing. Our fire-resistant coveralls are rigorously tested to offer additional chemical and flash fire protection. PyroGuard products pass ASTM D6413 vertical flame testing and also meet NFPA 2112 requirements.
Protect primary fire safety clothes, maintain comfort, and reduce risk
These high-quality, flame resistant coveralls are designed to extend the life of your primary FR apparel. Whether working with dirt, grease and grime, or numerous chemicals, PyroGuard FR® and PyroGuard CRFR™ will enhance your workers’ protection and pad your budget. Our fire-retardant suits are engineered for better tear-resistance, reducing rip-outs and boosting your PPE budget over the long run. These lightweight and breathable coveralls allow heat and moisture to escape, so workers can move freely in hot environments with maximum comfort.
View our full line of PyroGuard FR® and PyroGuard CRFR™ fire retardant coveralls:
Our proprietary line of PyroGuard FR garments are designed for wear over primary FR apparel to extend their life and offer additional protection. These lightweight, breathable garments keep dirt, grease and grime off the primary FR.
- Passes ASTM D6413 vertical flame testing
- Meets NFPA 2112 requirements.
- High MVTR for increased worker comfort
This garment offers a broad range of chemical protection along with flame retardancy to extend the life of primary FR garments.
- Flash fire protection that meets NFPA 2112
- Sealed seams for additional protection against liquid and chemical penetration