We’ve supplied a wide choice of standard and specialised fabric options around the world. Today, we have over 100 different camouflage patterns that can be produced in a variety of different shades and fabrics. It allows us to provide our customers with the perfect camouflage solution for any environment, whether it be jungle, desert, urban or arctic.

About LEVITEX® Camouflague Fabric

LEVITEX® Camouflague Fabric
features a Stability composition

LEVITEX® Camouflague Fabric are used to make clothing that protects workers from serious injury when struck by arcs, flames, or molten metal. These self-extinguishing fabrics will not continue burning after the heat source has been removed and don’t melt even if exposed at high temperatures.

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Flame resistant fabrics are designed to self-extinguish when the ignition source is removed. This makes them a safer choice for workers in

Arc Thermal Protective Value (ATPV) is the rating of the Arc burn protection capability of a garment. The higher the ATPV, the more protection the garment gives because it has a higher resistance to catching on fire. The ATPV is expressed in calories per cm2 and represents the thermal exposure from an electric arc that will create a second-degree burn in human tissue. If the ATPV cannot be calculated because the fabric breaks open, the energy causing the fabric to break open is expressed as the Energy of Breakopen Threshold (EBT). The higher the value, the greater the protection the garment offers.

The NFPA 70E safety standard specifies four PPE categories, based on specific job tasks. Category 1 allows single-layer FR arc-rated shirts, pants or coveralls, while Category 4 requires a FR arc-rated shirt and pants, plus a double layer switching coat and pants. All garments for PPE 1 through 4 MUST be Arc-Rated.

In the cases of 88/12 FR Fabric, it's a very small amount blended or woven tightly on the inside of FR Cotton Fabric. The combination produces an excellent product for maximum protection. Nylon is a synthetic fiber that is made from polyamides. It is a thermoplastic and can be melted down and reformed multiple times, making it a good choice for clothing that needs to be flame-resistant. However, if too much nylon is present in the fabric, it can make the fabric more flammable. That's why the 88/12 FR Fabric is a good choice for safety clothing- the small amount of nylon woven into the cotton fabric makes it flame-resistant without making it too flammable.

An ARC Rating is a measure of the protective characteristics of different fabric for the workplace. It stands for Arc Rating Coefficient, and measures how easily an electric current will flow through the fabric. The higher the ARC rating, the greater the protection from electric shock.

ARC ratings are often displayed on clothing labels as ATPV (Arc Thermal Performance Value) or EBT (Energy Breakthrough Temperature). They are determined by a Hazard/Risk Assessment, and the resulting HRC (Heat Resistance Classification).

Normal fabrics will ignite when coming into contact with an ignition source, and the flame will spread quickly through the fabric. The fabric will continue to burn until it is extinguished or all flammable material is consumed.

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