The NFPA 2112 and NFPA 2113 For Flash Fire

December 30th, 2017

There are two common safety standards that workers in the Oil & Gas Industry adhere to —  NFPA 2112 and NFPA 2113.

The NFPA 2112 specifies the minimum performance requirements and test methods for flame resistant fabrics and components and is an essential standard for manufacturers and certifying agencies. The standard provides the minimum requirements for the design … Read More...

Common Misconceptions about Flame Resistant FR Clothing

December 3rd, 2017

Compliance to safety standards is very important for industrial workers as this helps keep workers safe from harm. Since there are so many factors to consider when building an FR clothing program, it is possible for people to forget the basics or believe some of the common myths about FR clothing.

Let’s discuss some of the most common … Read More...

Things to consider when choosing an FR Winter Coat

November 25th, 2017

The winter season is upon us! Now, you need protective clothing that can protect you from contrasting elements being the cold and the heat. You need to make sure that your protective outerwear will keep you warm but that it will also protect you from heat and flames on the job.

The main factor that will determine the … Read More...

What is the difference between the Regular height and a Tall height coverall?

September 28th, 2017

As for choosing whether to purchase the Regular or the Tall sizes, it should be easier to determine which would fit. The Regular coveralls should fit someone who stands between 5’8” and 5’11 ½”. The Tall height will fit someone whose height falls between 6’0” and 6’3”.

Now some coveralls do come in the short and extra tall … Read More...

How do I order a numerically sized coverall (e.g., 46 Reg) when I usually wear the size Large?

September 28th, 2017

When ordering the CNC2 style coveralls, the first step in determining the size you need is to take the measurements for the following body parts- chest, stomach, and hips.  This is because the size of your coveralls will depend on the largest body part measured.

Next, with the largest measurement taken, use the following conversion chart to get … Read More...

Sizing For Nomex Coveralls

September 24th, 2017

It is the intent of this article to bring to your attention questions we get from time to time about how to measure for a certain style of Nomex coveralls that we sell.

Question:

How are the coveralls sized and how do I measure for them?

Answer:

Purchasing protective clothing in the right size is very important for … Read More...

NSA Level 2 Coverall Kit For Electrical Work

August 13th, 2017

When it comes to arc flash protection for electrical live installations, maintenance, repair work or testing the NSA Level 2 Coverall Kit will keep you safe.

When it comes to available protective clothing for arc flash exposures there are shirts and pants combinations, bib overalls with a jacket and one piece coverall suits.
Why would you choose the … Read More...

Nomex Coveralls Lightweight For the Summer Heat

July 14th, 2017

As summer is here in full swing you may be interested in some lightweight Nomex coveralls in order to help you with heat stress.

When it comes to protection against flash fires and arc flash the body must have full body protection which means both the upper body and lower body. What better way to achieve this then … Read More...

Nomex Bib Overall Benefits For Your Interest

July 3rd, 2017

Nomex bib overalls are a common type of work wear that is often chosen in place of full body coveralls due to the ease of flexibility and movement. Bib overalls are basically pants with an upper chest area that is very useful for holding tools, offering a bit of chest protection and helps to hold the pants up … Read More...

New CSA Z96-15 Compliant FR Coveralls

June 20th, 2017

We at Safety Protection Warehouse are very excited to be introducing the new CSA Z96-15 Compliant FR Coveralls from IFR.
These coveralls are made especially to provide compliance in all the provinces as they include the addition of the horizontal waist striping.

In addition to the upgraded safety striping this design has been upgraded with more bells and … Read More...