Clothing and accessories to protect against cold, ice and flame were among the top occupational safety and health products featured on ISHN.com this week.
Make cold comfort cool with new stylish thermal headwear options
Just ahead of winter, Ergodyne has added several new thermal headwear pieces to its N-Ferno® and Chill-Its® Lines. These items will keep workers comfortable in the harshest environments with a variety of new patterns, colors and materials to make winter warmth customizable.
Workrite Uniform Co. announces new FR coverall with chemical-splash protection
Leading flame-resistant workwear manufacturer presents new multi-hazard coverall at NSC
Workrite Uniform Company, a flame-resistant (FR) clothing manufacturer, is releasing a new coverall that provides both FR properties and chemical-splash protection (CP). This new Workrite® FR/CP product will be on display for the first time at the 2017 National Safety Council Congress & Expo (NSC).
New ice traction devices feature sharper tungsten carbide studs
Nearly one in five workplace injuries were caused by slips, trips and falls, according to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Ergodyne has further addressed this hazard today by introducing the TREX™ 6300TC One-Piece Tungsten Carbide Ice Traction Device with tungsten carbide studs on the bottom for sharper grip and enhanced traction and stability.
VAC-U-MAX Metal Powder Recovery System (AM-MPRS) for Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing – Conveys, Screens, Recovers & Reuses Metal Powders Cutting Processing Time by 85%
VAC-U-MAX proudly announces a new Metal Powder Recovery System (AM-MPRS) for Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing applications, that now offers conveying, screening, recovering and reuse of metal powders including Inconel, Stainless Steel, Haynes 282, and Cobalt Chrome.
New large-format multi-color printer simplifies signage
The all-new DuraLabel Kodiak expands the possibilities of on-site, on-demand sign and label printing. Kodiak offers built-in design software, multi-color printing, and finished signs up to 10 inches wide and nearly 8 feet long.
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