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MASCOT® MULTISAFE WORKWEAR for all extremes


17010 MASCOT® MULTISAFE Emmen Jacket


13830-217-17010 60% modacrylic/39% cotton/1% carbon fibre, 310 g/m²


• Fluorescent and with vertical and chevroned crossed reflective strips. Dirt resistant. Anti-static, acid resistant and flame retardent. Protects from electric arcs and occasional welding arcs. Breathable, wind and waterproof. Taped seams. Lining of quilt. Detachable lined hood with adjustable drawstring. High collar. Fastening with storm flap and hidden press studs. Zipped pocket under storm flap. Strap for gas alarm. Chest pocket with zip. Chest pocket with flap and press stud. D-ring. Front pockets with zip. Formed cut sleeves. Extended back. Press stud adjustment at waist. Rib (hidden in storm flap) and press stud fastening at cuffs.


• Size: S-4XL Arc Rating: ATPV = 24 cal/cm²


17010 MASCOT® MULTISAFE Renens Winter Trousers


13892-217-17010 60% modacrylic/39% cotton/1% carbon fibre, 310 g/m²


ATPV values are increased when worn in combination with other MASCOT® MULTISAFE products.


• Fluorescent and with reflective tapes. Dirt resistant. Anti-static, acid resistant and flame retardent. Protects from electric arcs and occasional welding arcs. Breathable, wind and waterproof. Taped seams. Lining of quilt. The removable braces are made from strong elastic Belt loops. D-ring. The waistband is higher at the back, to better protect against the cold. Fly with zip. Front pockets. Back pockets with reinforcement, flap and hidden press studs. Thigh pocket with flap and hidden press studs. Phone thigh pocket. Reinforced ruler pocket. Adjustable knee pad pockets with flap and top access. Zip with storm flap on outerside of legs.


• Size and leg length: S-4XL • 82 cm: C 46-C 66 Arc Rating: ATPV = 24 cal/cm²


2 MASCOT® MULTISAFE PROTECTION. FUNCTION. COMFORT. *


The future of multi-protective workwear is a unique combination of the highest safety, the best features and outstanding comfort.


PROTECTION We have taken extraordinary measures in terms of safety. MASCOT uses a 100% “inherent” fabric in which the flame retardant properties are woven in during production, and therefore cannot be washed out over time.


The fluorescent workwear is approved under the new, tougher standard EN ISO 20471. In addition, more reflective materials have been applied to the products than the standard requires. All fluorescent products are certified to the chemical standard EN 13034, and as one of the few in the industry, MASCOT has all jackets certified to Class 2 in the electric arc norm EN 61482-1-2.


FUNCTION The pockets are located exactly where you need them, and all the products are designed especially for the work performed by the users of multi-protective workwear. The clothing has, in fact, been part of MASCOT’s test program in which employees in relevant sectors are consulted and test the clothes during their normal workday.


The fabric is durable and treated with a stain-resistant coating that ensures the fluorescent is kept clean and thus visible over time. The dark contrast is placed where the clothes are most exposed to dirt.


COMFORT Perfect fit, together with soft and comfortable fabric, is our recipe for high comfort in all the new products. The products are designed for an active workday with a fit that follows the ergonomics of the body. This means that the workwear provides the optimum support and that it is formed for all the movements required by an active day. The range is so broad that there is a high level of comfort regardless of the weather and temperature.


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