Fibers That Perform

Pharr HP is in the business of continually researching and understanding fire resistant and cut resistant fibers to continue to build to our growing fiber arsenal. We use that knowledge and understanding to create the fiber blend that delivers your optimal solutions and maximize effectiveness to pass testing protocols.

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Base Layers
Added level of heat and arc protection.

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Workwear Shirts
Flame, thermal, anti-arc protection.

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Visibility Elements
Protect from heat while providing visual identification.

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Industrial Workwear
Flame, thermal, anti-arc protection and durability.

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Hoods
Head and face are insulated from heat and arc.

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Industrial Coverall
Protects from heat and chemical “contaminants.”

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Gloves
Resists cuts and heat exposure.

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Hood Under Helmet
Insulates the face from heat and particulate infiltration.

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Straps
Maintains optimal strength and withstands high heat.

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Garmet Liner
Insulates against heat outside and transfers heat from inside to outside, adding comfort.

Outer Shell
Withstands the high heat environments that our first responders face on a regular basis.

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Sleeve Cuffs
Prevents heat and moisture from infiltrating arms and legs.

Glove Liners
Insulates against heat and wicks moisture.

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Stationwear (Under Suit)
Provide a uniform appearance and not contribute to further fire injury.

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Wild-Land Firefighter Shirt

Withstands heat exposure with durability and visibility.

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Pants
Durable heat protection.

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Hosiery
Added heat protection under work boots.

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Hand Protection
Barriers to heat and cold while providing dexterity.

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Outer Protection

Protection from flash fire and thermal conditions in tactical and support efforts.

Fibers Listing

Meta-aramid (Polymeta-phenyleneisophtlamide)

Para-aramid (Poly-para-phenylene Terephtalamide)

PBI (Polybenzimidazole)

Viscose FR

Polyamidelimide

Modified Acrylics (Acrylonitrile Vinylchloride Copolymer)

OPF (Oxidized Polyacrlonitrile)

PBO (Polyphenylenebenzobisoxazole)

Cellulosic

Polyamide

Polyimide

Novoloid Phenolaldehyde

Electrostatic Dissipation

PPS (Polyphenylsulfide)

PTFE (Polytetrafluroethylene)

HPPE Polyehtylene

Wool