November 27th, 2016
You work hard and need protection from the possibility of flame or flash fire exposure on the job site. You will be covered with the Walls Flame Resistant Zipper Front Hoodie.
- Arc Rating, EBT–15 cal/cm2, HRC Level 2, Concealed front zipper with interior and exterior flap, 2-piece sleeve and 2-piece back, FR rib-knit cuffs and
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November 6th, 2016
When it comes to flame protection, you don’t have to sacrifice style. For weather conditions that are not too cold this smart looking jacket always looks and feels right. You will like all the storage with welt pockets for easy access, a vertical left chest zippered pocket and the front zip comes with a protective storm flap.
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October 26th, 2016
This Insulated Coverall is ready for the deep freeze. It combines heavyweight insulation with a diamond-quilted lining to lock in your body heat. Neoprene cuffs, a protected zipper, and our water-repellent finish keep out cold and wet. Super durable, with inside and outside pockets so you can haul your stuff.
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September 19th, 2016
Arc flash balaclavas paired with goggles and/or face shields offer an alternative to the traditional bee-keeper’s style hoods.
NSA 3 Ply Carbon X® 40 cal Knit Hood With Goggles Item KITHP45
When could an arc flash balaclava and goggle combination be used?
In areas where arc flash protection is required and there is no shrapnel hazard present. A … Read More...
June 13th, 2016
Safety Protection Warehouse is happy to announce the addition of Category/Level HRC 2 Arc Flash Kits with the extra balaclava face protection to our line of products. These kits are available with voltage rated gloves or without the gloves as to your requirements.
These styles of arc flash protection will enable you and your employees to have to … Read More...
May 2nd, 2016
This new Bulwark line of women’s coveralls are cut for your proportions and the design details make them flattering for all shapes. This style is nice enough to be able to run errands in town during the middle of work or to feel good about what you are wearing in front of clients on the job.
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April 24th, 2016
When it comes to what a person is required to wear as a base layer under their arc rated FR high visibility clothing such as vest, shirts and jackets I feel there is a need to inform.
In work conditions that are typically quite hot there is a tendency for workers to remove layers of clothing in work … Read More...
April 19th, 2016
Being an experienced electrician can sometimes go against ones better judgement through the fact of having done the job over and over for so many years. Even when all the correct procedures have been followed in de-energizing the equipment there is still the possibility that not all is what you think it is.
Some examples of what can … Read More...
April 12th, 2016
A nice women’s Nomex lab coat may just be the missing link in your flame resistant clothing wardrobe and as far as personal protective equipment goes, a good lab coat is very important for services that require a lab coat to be worn.
You will want to select a women’s lab coat in the Nomex fabric that has … Read More...
April 11th, 2016
If you were in a medical emergency situation and the first responder be it the paramedics, police or fire fighters showed up and their uniform was ragged and messy with dirt and scuff marks all over it how would you feel about that?
Your expectation is that the people responding to your medical emergency should show evidence of … Read More...