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Safety Clothing

Safety Clothing Suppliers, Manufactures and Companies

Devold of Norway AS
Protecting people against the elements
Lion Safety
To be the easiest and most knowledgeable company to buy workwear & PPE from in E...
Scilabub Limited
Protective Hand Wear
CORDURA® Brand Fabric
As Long As The World Is Full Of Durable People, We’ll Keep Making Durable Fabric...
Lakeland Industries Inc
Your Source For Protective Clothing
VARMEX®
Technical solutions for extreme environments
Williamson-Dickie Europe Limited
Dickies – the preferred choice for workers worldwide.
Concordia Textiles
Textile Solutions for Professional Markets
Derekduck Industries Corp.
Forerunner & Expert of Protection
Carrington
Carrington is a strong and dynamic market leader.
3M™ PPE Safety Solutions
For products that work as hard as you do
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D-S Safety
We have what the job requires
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Black Mamba Gloves
Leading Disposable Nitrile Gloves on the Market
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Ansell Microgard Limited
leading manufacturer of chemical protective clothing
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About Safety Clothing

Millions of people rely on safety and protective clothing every day. The coveralls, overalls or protective suits keep contaminants off the skin, resist cuts and abrasions, provide warmth, and keep products free of contamination, such as in the food industry. A coverall can save a life and suitable protection is assessed for sparks and hot particles, molten metal splashes, direct flame, radiant heat, solvents, acids, alkalis, oil, grease, blood and body fluids, asbestos fibres, etc. So protective clothing and workwear ranges from the lowly safety apron and boiler suit to the gas tight suits mentioned below. The standards identify six Types to cover all eventualities - Type 1, Type 2 and so on down to Type 6. In general terms Type 6 is the lowest protection level, namely ‘reduced liquid spray protection’. Technical fabrics and fibres go from reflective clothing to chemical protection.

Type 1 is the highest level protection, being ‘gas tight’, fully encapsulating suits which are completely sealed against the environment. Type 2 is a similar construction but defined as ‘non-gas tight’, and requiring a positive pressure to be maintained inside the suit by means of pumping air into it. High quality safety / protective clothing / PPE must be comfortable to wear and fit well. Otherwise it will not be accepted by the wearer and not used correctly.

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