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Dupont® Nomex® IIIA Tanker Suit

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Dupont® Nomex® IIIA Tanker Suit

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Dupont® Nomex® IIIA Tanker Suit

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Dupont® Nomex® IIIA Tanker suit,Tank driving protective clothing

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Material: 150/200g/m2 (4.5/6oz) Dupont® Nomex® IIIA / Aramid IIIA fabric
Color: Sage green


  • Two way full front FR metal zipper with puller
  • Two slash chest pockets fastened by Velcro
  • One pen pocket fastened by Velcro on left sleeve
  • Two pockets on upper legs
  • Adjustable cuffs, waist belt and leg opening with Velcro fastener
  • DRD (Drag rescue strap) strap concealed by Velcro fastener on the back
  • Two side zippers and Velcro closure across back for easy access in emergency
  • Ranker holder on shoulders
  • Self-fabric reinforced elbows and rump

Application: Used as Protective clothing during tank driving.





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