The Pfanner Chainsaw Protection Jacket is an essential safety companion for arborists and lumbermen seeking full coverage cut protection (class 1). Prioritizing safety without compromising comfort, the jacket integrates Stretch-AIR technology for unrestricted movement and long ventilation slits at the armpits, ensuring additional airflow during strenuous tasks.
This chainsaw protection jacket proudly holds Class 1 certification, offering an outstanding level of safety with a cut speed of 20 m/s (3900 ft/min). The incorporation of StretchAIR® technology not only meets stringent safety standards but also emphasizes the necessity of freedom of movement for professionals in the field. Additionally the KlimaAIR® technology regulates temperature in diverse conditions for all-day comfort.
Designed with durability in mind, the jacket features a robust outer fabric capable of withstanding the demanding nature of arborist and lumber work. The inclusion of waterproof shoulder reinforcement provides an extra layer of protection, ensuring longevity even in challenging conditions. Air vents under the arms allow additional airflow for changing conditions.
Safety considerations extend even further with the incorporation of 3CON® Reflex, enhancing visibility in various light conditions. The material composition emphasizes safety while the lining, crafted from 100% polyester Cocona, adds to the jacket’s overall comfort and functionality. In essence, the Pfanner Chainsaw Protection Jacket is a safety-centric powerhouse, combining advanced technology, safety features, and durable construction to set a new standard for professionals in the field.
Upper material: yellow/orange: 92% polyester, 8% elastane
red/blue/grey: 90% polyester, 10% elastane
Lining: 100% polyester Cocona
Safety Standards Disclaimer
Please confirm that any chainsaw protective clothing purchased meets the standards specified by your Occupational Health & Safety Board, employer, and insurance provider. It is the purchasers’ responsibility to ensure that all safety requirements are met.
If you have any questions regarding the safety standards in your area, please feel free to contact us.