Specifications include, but are not limited to: OUTER SHELL MATERIAL - COATS & TROUSERS
The outer shell shall be constructed of TENCATE "PIONEER™" featuring ENFORCE™
Technology. This is a fiber blend of DuPont™ Kevlar® and Nomex® having an approximate
weight of 6.6 oz. per square yard in a twill weave. The shell material must be treated with SUPER
SHELLTITE™ which is a durable water-repellent finish that also enhances abrasion resistance.
Color of garment to be natural/gold. Bids offering this shell material without the SUPER
SHELLTITE™ will not be considered.
THERMAL INSULATING LINER - COATS & TROUSERS
The thermal liner shall be constructed of 7.4 oz. per square yard Safety Components GLIDE™
ICE 2L-E89; one layer of 1.5 oz. and one layer of 2.3 oz. per square yard E 89™ spunlaced
Nomex®/Kevlar® aramid blend, quilt stitched to a 60% Nomex® Filament/40%
Nomex®/Lenzing spun yarn Face Cloth. The thermal liner shall be attached to the moisture
barrier and bound together by bias-cut Neoprene coated cotton/polyester around the perimeter.
This provides superior abrasion resistance to the less expensive, less durable “stitch and turn”
method. A 7 inch by 9 inch pocket shall be affixed to the inside of the jacket thermal liner on the
MOISTURE BARRIER - COATS & TROUSERS
The moisture barrier material shall be STEDFAST (STEDAIR7 3000) ePTFE moisture barrier is
engineered using an E-89J substrate and BHA Technologies ePTFE membrane, with an
approximate weight of 5.5 oz. per square yard. The moisture barrier material shall meet all
moisture barrier requirements of NFPA 1971, which includes water penetration resistance, viral
penetration resistance and common chemical penetration resistance.
THERMAL LINER/MOISTURE BARRIER ATTACHMENT - COATS & TROUSERS
The thermal liner and moisture barrier shall be completely removable from the jacket shell.
The thermal liner and moisture barrier shall be completely removable from the trouser shell.