Polartec, the premium provider of innovative textile solutions, will show its flame resistant (FR) and workwear fabric technologies at the National Safety Council exposition October 17–19, 2016 in Anaheim, CA.
Polartec is the only full service solutions provider to the FR market offering comfort and compliance at every layer, for all environments. Polartec FR fabrics provide protection from flash fire and arc flash burns, include certified high-visibility colors, and offer technologies like Polartec® Hardface® via comfortable fabrics, knit in the USA. Innovated from Polartec performance technologies created for the outdoor and athletic markets, and researched and developed in partnership with the U.S. Military, Polartec FR fabrics dry two times faster than cotton, reducing Arc Flash burn potential by 50 percent.
“Polartec has developed a unique, patent-pending yarn blend combined with a full layering system of comfortable knit fabrics that exceed the NFPA 70E and NFPA 2112 standards for safety while delivering unsurpassed comfort and style to allow workers to focus on their job and not their gear,” adds Michael Batson, Polartec Workwear Global Product Director. “Our
Polartec products will be on display with additional information at Polartec booth #3227, as well as at partner brand booths DragonWear (#3220) and Ariat (#317) at the National Safety Council expo.
Please click here to download the new Polartec FR brochure.
Polartec is a premium provider of innovative textile solutions. Since inventing modern synthetic fleece in 1981, the engineers at Polartec continue to create fabric technologies that solve problems and improve the way products are designed and used. Polartec products range from lightweight wicking and cooling fabrics, to insulation and weather protection textiles, and are utilized by leading consumer brands, the U.S. military and other global militaries, flame resistance, workwear, and contract upholstery markets. For more information, please visit polartec.com, and follow Polartec on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.
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