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GORE debuts particulate-blocking hood

The hood blocks more than 99.9 percent of particles between 0.1 and 1.0 microns in size


W.L. Gore & Associates, Inc. debuted a new particulate-blocking hood at FDIC 2017.

The GORE Particulate Hood integrates a barrier that blocks more than 99.9 percent of particles between 0.1 and 1.0 microns in size. The hood exceeds current NFPA 1971 requirements for thermal protection.

(Photo/GORE)
(Photo/GORE)

The hood, according to the company, retains its level of performance for at least 100 wash cycles; it also enables visual inspection of the protective barrier.

The hood is available in two knit options – Ultra C6 (black) and Nomex blend (white).

Visit booth 1016 to see and learn more about the hood.

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