Dipped sleeves are manufactured in the same way as Salisbury rubber insulating gloves. Porcelain forms are dipped into liquefied rubber, dried, trimmed, marked and cured. Every sleeve...
Molded sleeves are manufactured by either injection or compression molding methods. The advantage these methods offer is the ability to produce...
Safety first. Protective suit specialist TST Sweden has launched a new series of CE-certified protective clothing for waterjetting at ultra high pressure (UHP). Key features are the new certification for both single- and rotor nozzles, and the more...
How to choose this product
Protective clothing is suitable for all professional environments and situations. These include extreme climatic conditions (heat, cold, rain, etc.), specialized work environments (clean room, laboratory, medical domains, etc.) or risk of exposure to chemicals, fire, electric arcs and NRBC hazards, among others.
Numerous applications for these garments are found in nearly all branches of industry: medical, mechanical, electronic, etc.
Technological advances have produced a wide variety of protective fabrics: waterproof, antistatic, dielectric, extreme temperature and chemical protection, etc.
How to choose
The dangers and desired protection must be defined before choosing an appropriate garment. Protective clothing should conform to applicable standards, as well as allowing sufficient freedom of movement while working.