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Stacy Klausing

Stacy Klausing is the Project Manager at ArcWear. She participates on technical committees for standards development (ASTM, AATCC, ANSI/ISEA, NFPA), manages the lab’s quality management system and accreditation to ISO 17025, conducts research and testing on flame resistant and arc rated PPE products. Stacy serves as a compliance specialist and works with clients to communicate technical information and coordinate testing for global markets. She earned a Master of Science degree from the University of Kentucky in Merchandising, Apparel, and Textiles with a focus on Textile Science, and wrote a master’s thesis titled "Post-Use Analysis of Firefighter Turnout Gear".

NFPA 2112 Open for Public Comment

NFPA 2112 is open for public comment for the 2023 revision cycle of the standard. The window for public comments will close on June 30, 2020.  If there is a change you’d like to see considered for the next edition, you can create a free account at www.nfpa.org, and view NFPA 2112, Standard on Flame-Resistant Clothing […]

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Trade Shows for Arc Rated PPE Manufacturers

If you are making industrial flame resistant and arc rated PPE products, the wide range of trades shows for safety professionals can be overwhelming. Which trade shows will give the most bang for your buck and provide access to the safety and technical resources needed to pitch your innovations? Many fabric and garment manufacturers attend […]

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ArcPro 3.0 Arc Flash Calculation Software is Now Available

The ArcPro 3.0 Arc Flash Calculation Software is Now Available! Kinectrics has just announced the newest release of their arc flash hazard analysis software, which is available for purchase worldwide. This is the only software specifically recommended by OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.269 for use with higher voltage arc flash determinations.   Kinectrics has issued […]

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Now Available: QSSP Arc Flash Training by ISEA, ArcWear, and e-Hazard

ISEA has rolled out an Advanced Arc Flash Safety Training program as an online course, available on-demand, for qualified safety sales professionals to gain knowledge about the arc flash hazard and industry. ArcWear and e-Hazard have partnered with ISEA to create the content for this training program, which includes information around the history of the […]

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ASTM F1506-17a Published with Changes to Title, Scope, and Use

ASTM F1506-17a published with changes to title, scope, and use: New title: “Standard Performance Specification for Flame Resistant and Electric Arc Rated Protective Clothing Worn by Workers Exposed to Flames and Electric Arcs“ The scope now specifically excludes hand protection, which is appropriately tested to arc flash using the ASTM F2675 standard References to ASTM […]

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Free Webinar: NFPA 70E Changes Affect PPE for 2018

Register for a free webinar, hosted by Safety + Health Magazine, on Thursday, November 30th at 12:00 p.m. Central to learn about how the NFPA 70E changes affect PPE for 2018. Hugh Hoagland of ArcWear will be presenting and available for questions. ArcWear offers accredited, third-party testing to ASTM F1506, which is still cited by the […]

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ASTM F1506-17 Published

ASTM F1506-17 published with new information on garment repairs: Repairs  to critical seams must be made with inherently FR thread Patches to repair rips smaller than 0.5″² must be FR fabric, and patches to repair rips larger than 0.5″² must be AR fabric with an arc rating equal to or greater than the fabric used […]

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ASTM F2178-17b has been published!

A new version of ASTM F2178, Standard Test Method for Determining the Arc Rating and Standard Specification for Eye or Face Protective Products has been published. Changes to the standard include more detailed information for testing laboratories on cooling and curing sensors after resurfacing. The proposed, balloted, and approved changes will not affect test results. […]

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2018 Edition of NFPA 2112 Has Been Published!

What’s New in the NFPA 2112 (Industrial Flash Fire) 2018 Edition? The term “flash fire” was updated to”short-duration thermal exposure” Scope, testing, and requirement additions for gloves and shrouds/hoods/balaclavas (manikin testing is not included or required for these items) ASTM F2894 (with modification) was added as the method for heat and thermal shrinkage (oven testing). […]

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New Edition of ASTM F2733 Published!

ASTM F2733-17 has been published. The changes to this document are minimal and are mainly editorial or for clarification purposes; testing and compliance are not affected by the published changes.   Be aware of the new edition, and be sure your test reports are cited accordingly.   Need annual retesting to ASTM F2733 or have […]

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