Heat protection with natural fibres
If you prefer to rely on natural fibres while wearing protective clothing at work, you should try this flame retardant PPE garment. Marlan consists of 30% Wool, 50% Viscose and 20% Polyamide. The material offers very good protection against liquid metal splashes. Marlan allows easy movement during work due to its soft and comfortable fabric quality.
Another advantage of this flame retardant protective wear against splashes lies in its manufacture. The jacket, trousers and foundry shirt are manufactured as a combined "roof-tile" system. This makes liquid metal splashes easily roll off the garment.
50% Viscose FR, 30% Wool, 20% Polyamide
ca. 365 g/m²
Metal Splash Protection
single-coloured; turn-down collar; set-in sleeve with pivot spacing; 1 breast pocket on right with flap; front pocket on right with flap; manufactured in roof tile design.
single-coloured; 2 slant side pockets; covered front closure with snap fasteners; right-side ruler pocket; right-side back pocket; manufractured in roof tile design.
Bib and brace trousers
Single-coloured; adjustable braces; bib pocket; Size-adjustable hip width; side pockets; covered front closure with snap fasteners; right-side ruler pocket, width adjustable hip circumference; right-side back pocket; manufactured in roof tile design.
Single-coloured; stand- up collar; set-in sleeve with pivot spacing; covered front closure with hook&loop fastener FR; manufactured in roof tile design.