Classic Design FR Stretch Bandana
Classic Design FR Stretch Bandana
Classic Design FR Stretch Bandana
Classic Design FR Stretch Bandana

Classic Design FR Stretch Bandana


Benchmark FR® Bandana in beige with a classic print is slightly larger than traditional bandanas and offers four way stretch.  The water based printing process gives it a smooth soft hand.  The thin 5.2 ounce material is an inherent FR blend of Modacrylic Cotton and Nylon which makes it soft and moisture wicking. Safe to wear against your skin. This highly versatile bandana is often used under welding helmets or to protect your neck and ears. Made in USA

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Regular price$18.99

22 x 22 inches
Stretchable Fabric
Made by Benchmark FR in the United States using Modacrylic/Cotton/Nylon Blend fabric

Meets NFPA 70E requirements
EBT = 6.4 cal/cm2
OSHA 1910.269
Meets ASTM F1506
NESC 2012

Made by Benchmark FR in the United States using 2nd Skin, Modacrylic/Cotton/Nylon Blend fabric.

This item meets the performance specification ASTM F1506-18 which is the Standard Performance Specification for Flame Resistant and Electric Arc Rated Protective Clothing Worn by Workers Exposed to Flames and Arcs. This specification is called out in OSHA 1910.269, NFPA 70E and CSA Z462.

Meets NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. Arc Flash PPE Category 1 or “CAT 1” with an Arc Rating (EBT) = 6.4 cal/cm2

This garment is constructed from arc and flame resistant fabric and components in a facility with audited quality controls. It will resist ignition and not continue to burn when the ignition source is removed. This garment is not intended for fire fighting activities and provides no protection from chemical exposure. This garment will maintain its flame resistant properties for the life of the garment provided wash and care instructions are followed.

The first bandanas were printed in the United States in 1776 by a defiant John Henson, who copied drawings of militia flags and cannons that were given to him by Martha Washington, despite a British ban on textile printing. They became one of the first souvenirs of the United States. In the 1970’s the bandana’s popularity surged among cowboys and American blue collar workers.

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Machine wash warm, tumble dry low
Use soft powder or liquid laundry detergent
Do not use bleach, fabric softener or laundry pods

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