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    Quote Originally Posted by precision hvac View Post
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    Ryan is that you in the blue?

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    Different gear for different levels of protection. Level 0 for anything above 50V, Non-melting, flammable materials (untreated cotton, wool, rayon, silk
    or blends) with a fabric weight of at least 4.5 ounces/yard2

    Level 1 generally a fire retardant treated cotton. Not great picture out there but at least this one has a zoom.

    http://www.bigskylinen.com/Women%27s...htm?UMParent=0

    Level 2, two layers, can be the above, non melt-able long underwear such as 100% cotton, arc rated balaclava, helmet-face shield,

    http://www.frsafety.com/product/calc...it_FR_Coverall

    Level 1 is the suggested minimum for live voltage testing 240V or below for NFPA 70E.
    Never argue with a fool, onlookers may not be able to tell the difference. —Mark Twain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    Ryan is that you in the blue?
    You didn't know I was a model too?!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan1088 View Post
    You didn't know I was a model too?!
    No but you make that suit look pretty good!

    That gear is pretty spendy but it's your safety so that's always the most important thing.

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