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500kV Conductive Suit

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500kV Conductive Suit

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Conducted material and textile fiber blended

Double safety stitched seams with flame resistant sewing thread

With adjustable hood

Concealed zippers fastened by snaps

Two chest pockets with flaps fastened by snaps

Adjustable wrist fastened by snaps

Two front insert pockets on jacket and pants respectively
One side pockets on left leg

Square collar, double-stitched seams for enhanced durability

Jacket and pants connected by conducted connectors


Jacket and pants


Both European and Asian sizes available, or made to custom sizes




Electric power industry with nominal voltage below 500kv

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Size - Jacket & pant

EN Size Chart - Jacket (Unit: CM)
Size Length Chest Shoulder Sleeve
S 74 118 48. 5 61
M 76 123 50 62. 5
L 78 128 51. 5 64
XL 80 133 53 65. 5
XXL 82 138 54. 5 67
XXXL 84 143 56 68. 5
EN Size Chart - Pants (Unit: CM)
Size Length Waist Hip
S 104 82 108
M 106 87 112
L 108 92 116
XL 110 97 120
XXL 112 102 124
XXXL 114 107 128

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