MAKO Flash Hood Nomex/Lensing

The Mako Flash Hood is by far our most popular flash hood. The Mako Flash Hood is NFPA 1971-2013, UL Certified. Our fire retardant hoods provide unparalleled comfort, protection, value and are MADE in the USA!

The Nomex Lensing fabrics are inherently protective, which allows for the ultimate in protection against radiant and intense heat without the risk of the protective nature being “washed out”.

The Mako Flash Hood offers more square inches of protection per style than any other hood on the market. This generous fit allows for less fabric stress and overall superior air circulation.

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MAKO Fire Fighting Flash Hood PBI

Our MAKO PBI Flash Hood is very popular in Australia and the same hood is currently in use by many leading fire agencies throughout the country. Fully Certified to NFPA 1971-2007 Edition the MAKO PBI is also UL Certified.

The MAKO PBI Fire Fighting Flash Hood is only available in Light Brown and is a very light weight composite blend of 20% PBI and 80% Lenzing FR.

Lenzing is a special fibre that offers unique thermal insulation properties and is a natural fiber derived from wood. It offers protection from all kinds of heat and its functional properties help to prevent heat stress and heat stroke.

The FR stands for Flame Resistant.

The notched shoulder and longer length allows for a proper fit and added protection across the chest.

The longer length (3 inches longer than NFPA requires) assures that this hood will stay tucked inside other required equipment.

STYLE: 2 ply, two piece design with notched shoulders.

LENGTH: From top of head to bottom: 21 inches

SIZING: One size fits all. Do not modify, change, or alter your protective hood in any manner.

CONSTRUCTION SEAMS: All seams are merrowed, and then top and bottom covered with a 5-thread cover stitch for extended durability.

All bottom edges are bound with binding.

THREAD: 100% Nomex.

CLEANING AND STORAGE

The MAKO PBI Fire Fighting Flash Hoods maintain protective properties after machine washing.

• Machine wash only using regular detergent
• Water temperature not to exceed 1300 F
• Do not use chlorine bleach or detergents containing chlorine
• Do not use fabric softeners or detergents containing fabric softeners
• Do not wring hood to dry. Squeeze hood to remove excess water.
• Shape and lay flat in a dry, cool, shaded location to dry.
• Or Tumble dry, low heat.
• Do not commercially dry clean.
• Do not store your hood in direct sunlight.

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MAKO Fire Fighting Flash Hood NOMEX

Our MAKO Nomex Flash Hood offers more square inches of protection. The MAKO Nomex Fire Fighting Flash Hood is 100% Nomex which has been, and is currently, the most popular material used in Flash Hoods throughout the world.

The notched shoulder and longer length allows for a proper fit and added protection across the chest.

The longer length (3 inches longer than NFPA requires) assures that this hood will stay tucked inside other required equipment.

CERTIFICATION Meets or exceeds NFPA 1971-2007 Edition and is UL Certified. Meets or exceeds Cal/OSHA Standards.

STYLE: 2 ply, two piece design with notched shoulders.

LENGTH: From top of head to bottom: 21 inches

SIZING: One size fits all. Do not modify, change, or alter your protective hood in any manner.

CONSTRUCTION SEAMS: All seams are merrowed, and then top and bottom covered with a 5-thread cover stitch for extended durability.

All bottom edges are bound with binding.

THREAD: 100% Nomex.

CLEANING AND STORAGE

Hoods maintain protective properties after machine washing.

• Machine wash only using regular detergent
• Water temperature not to exceed 1300 F
• Do not use chlorine bleach or detergents containing chlorine
• Do not use fabric softeners or detergents containing fabric softeners
• Do not wring hood to dry. Squeeze hood to remove excess water.
• Shape and lay flat in a dry, cool, shaded location to dry.
• Or Tumble dry, low heat.
• Do not commercially dry clean.
• Do not store your hood in direct sunlight.

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