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Tingley XLarge Gold 31 Iron Eagle 10 mil Polyurethane And Nylon Waterproof Jacket With Front Snap

Part Number: J22107.XLSKU: T52J22107-XL
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Item Details

  • Tingley Iron Eagle® - Heavy protection, lightweight comfort. The Iron Eagle® exterior coated polyurethane on nylon suit is lightweight and durable. Extremely comfortable and flexible, the Iron Eagle also has the durability to resist fats, oils, pine tars, gasoline, grease, and a variety of other chemicals. It is ideal for the toughest work conditions. Ideal Applications: Food Processing, Sanitation, Meat Packing, Forestry, Agriculture, and Petrochemical. Chemical Resistance: Good in most hydrocarbon oils, organic acids, salts, alkalies and in some organic solvents. Not recommended in ketones, alcohols and certain solvents.

Features

  • Full cut shoulder with 90° sleeve to body angle for maximum freedom of movement
  • Therm-O-Rad sealed seams for 100% waterproof protection
  • Storm fly front seals out wind, rain, and contaminants
  • Attached hood
  • Heavy duty snaps guaranteed not to fail
  • Mildew resistant
  • 2 mil exterior coating offers unbelievable snag and abrasion resistance
  • Sleek coating is easy to decontaminate and provides great liquid shedding characteristics
  • Heat sealed seams are stronger than the material itself and can withstand extensive laundering

Applications

  • Food Processing
  • Sanitation
  • Meat Packing
  • Forestry
  • Agriculture
  • Petrochemical

Includes

  • Storm fly front
  • Attached hood
  • Heavy duty snaps

Specifications

  • Test method ASTM E96

Caution

  • Chemical Resistance: Good in most hydrocarbon oils, organic acids, sales, alkalies, and in some organic solvents.
  • Not recommended in ketones, alcohols, and certain solvents.

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