Measuring for a Good Fit: FR Garments for Men
When you are ordering flame resistant uniforms, you want to ensure that each garment fits the workers properly. You will get the best measurements by having someone else measure you for the right fit, so having a person measure your whole crew might be a good option. Whether you hire someone to measure them, or do it yourself, these handy guidelines […]
Flame Resistant Uniforms: Laundry Dos and Don’ts
Outfitting your crew with flame resistant workwear is one of the best things you can do to ensure their safety. However, simply supplying the uniforms isn’t always enough–workwear needs to be laundered regularly, so you will want to make sure that your crew is offered a laundry service, or is aware of the proper procedures for home washing. With a variety of different flame resistant fabrics […]
Finding the Right Industrial Workwear
Industrial work requires just the right workwear. From metal work, to construction, to sanitation, Automotive Workwear has the clothing you need to get the job done. When you’re working hard, the last thing you need to worry about is your clothing. The industrial workwear that we sell is comfortable and durable, giving you […]
Leading Brands- Red Kap, Chef Design, Bulwark, Horace Small
Have you ever found yourself frustrated by your uniform or workwear? Ill fitting, or nonfunctional, workwear is a too common problem. It can be hard to focus on getting the job done right when you’re constantly worried about coming untucked, or you can’t comfortably sit down and bend over. Each of the brands we carry specializes in different industries, providing leading workwear that focuses on comfort and durability, allowing you to focus on what’s important.
Red Kap is a leading brand in workwear, specializing in the automotive industry. Of course, their garments are worn across a wide variety of fields, recognized for their motto of workwear “done […]
Combustible Dust: Do You Have the Proper Protection?
Combustible dust, while not a new problem, is rather new to the scene of requiring flame resistant workwear. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) states that “any combustible material can burn rapidly when in a finely divided form. If such a dust is suspended in air in the right concentration, under certain conditions, it can become explosible. Even materials that do not burn in larger pieces (such as aluminum or iron), given the proper conditions, can be explosible in dust form.” Combustible dust exists in a wide variety of industries. You can find it in food processing plants, combustible dust being created from sugar, grain, and more, and you can also find it in industries like plastic, wood, rubber, pesticides, and pharmaceuticals. Many jobs are performed around combustible dust, so the question is, do you […]