Ergodyne announced today it has refreshed and redesigned its ProFlex® Thermal Series Gloves. All told, six models were updated and one model was added to give more traditional thermal gloves workplace functionality.
The TOES2GO protects the toe area from accidental impact, crushing or stubbing. Ideal for any working environment that carries a risk of toe damage or has a steel toe cap requirement. Perfect for visitors, casual or temporary workers, management, clerical and sales people.
This week at ExpoProtection 2016 in Paris, France, PIP launched three new glove technologies. In line with launches announced at the National Safety Council Congress & Expo Show in Anaheim, CA earlier this month, PIP forges further ahead as the leader in Cut Protection.
EXAIR’s new Ion Air Jet removes static electricity, contaminants and dust from parts prior to shrink wrapping, packaging, printing, painting or finishing. This engineered product has undergone independent laboratory tests to certify it meets the rigorous safety, health and environmental standards of the USA, European Union and Canada that are required to attain the CE and UL marks.
The Kimtech Pure A6 Liquid Splash Protection Coverall with Hood from Kimberly-Clark Professional provides superior liquid barrier protection along with a breathable back panel to keep workers in critical areas safe and cool.
Ergodyne announced today that it has redesigned two products in its N-Ferno® Line: The 6435 Thermal Base Layer Long Sleeve and the 6480 Thermal Base Layer Bottoms. These thermal products were made with enhanced fabrics and features to help workers get the job done no matter what the working weather conditions may be.
The new LIGHTNING LED Message Sign from Information Station Specialists makes it possible to reach motorists and pedestrians with important messages quickly. This new “ultra- portable” sign is capable of being positioned in locations where trailer-mounted LED signs cannot, due to its compact size and unique capabilities:
Glove will debut at the Fabtech Show November 16 in Las Vegas
November 8, 2016
For years, welders have used leather gloves to protect their hands because it provided the greatest protection from heat while remaining flexible in the face of the elements. Now, a new technology on the market brings a non-leather welding glove that surpasses the capabilities of leather.