Fire Ink C6 American Flag Hood
This Glow-In-The-Dark American Flag Hood has a wider width for air circulation that keeps the end user cooler. The generous width and size means less fabric stretch. The more surface area for moisture disbursement, the quicker moisture will evaporate - keeping end user dry!
MFA hoods offer the most square inches of protection!
Ultra C6 is 4th generation of advanced CARBON technology.
- 21" total length
- 2 ply construction
- Long notched shoulder bib design
- Sewn with BLACK Nomex thread
- NFPA 1971 UL Certified Hood
- Inherently flame resistant (no harsh chemical treatments)
- Odor neutralizing
- Low Heat Conductivity
- Maintains protective properties after washing
There are 3 elements needed for fire: Oxygen, Heat, and Fuel. Without one element, a fire cannot start or continue. When exposed to flame, CarbonKnight fibers expand, creating an Oxygen starved environment, so fire cannot continue. Material is self extinguishing and inherently flame resistant (no harsh chemical treatments). These hoods are finished to minimize shrinkage. Rib knit allows for stretch and shape retention
Majestic Fire Apparel is a vertical manufacturer, knitting their own fire retardant materials for over 17 years. Majestic Fire Apparel knits, cuts, sews, and ships - all from their location in PA
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- Glow-In-The-Dark Green on Black
- Glow-In-The-Dark Orange on Black
On the label the area of PROPERTY OF: _____. Today every Majestic hood is manufactured with a NEW OWNER ID label. Simply identify your ownership with any permanent marker, directly on label.
Labeling - each hood comes individually labeled to identify fabric, hood style, lot # traceability, DOM, Cleaning and Storage Instructions, and UL Certification.
Users Information Guide - each hood has a Warnings & Users Information Guide attached with imperative information. Please review before wearing.
Cleaning and Storage:
Machine wash only using regular detergent. Do not use chlorine bleach or detergents containing chlorine. Do not use fabric softeners or detergents containing fabric softeners. Water temperature not to exceed 130 degrees F. Do not wring hood. Squeeze hood to remove excess water. Shape and lay flat in a dry, cool, shaded location to dry. Or tumble dry, low heat. Do not commercially dry clean. Do not store your hood in direct sunlight.
Meets CAL-OSHA Requirements
Passes Federal Test 191, Method 5903.2; CAL OSHA Sections 3406(d)
Complies with OSHA Rule 29 CFR Part 1910, 269
Fabric Performance Values in accordance with NFPA 1971-2013 test report dated 3/15/2013 performed by Underwriters Laboratories
ATPV and HAF values found in accordance with ASTM International Standard Test Method F1959-1999. Tests performed by Hugh Hoagland
All weights and measurements are approximate