Body Protection suits that are fabricated from optimal quality fabric. These Body Protection suits are appreciated for their features such as highly resistant to acid & chemicals and superior performance. Body Protection is stringently checked by expert’s right from the procurement of raw material to manufacturing.
There are many types of protective clothing, including coveralls or aprons to protect against chemical splashes and spills, high visibility clothing for personnel working in areas where they must be seen to be safe, and life jackets and buoyancy aid for work at sea.
Types of Body Protection
Types of clothing used for body protection include coverall, overall & aprons, outfit, high visibility clothing, life jacket & buoyancy aid, conventional or disposable overalls, boiler suits, specialist protective clothing, chain-mail aprons.
Specialist protective clothing
It has a high level of cut resistance, while the back of the glove is made from a flame-resistant fabric that combines Nomex with an applied felt made from Kevlar. This increases safety against contact with heat, perforation and cuts. Working with Aegis, which designs and manufactures specialist body armour and it should be more comfortable to wear and clearly Special Forces require ballistic protection that is lightweight and does not restrict movement
Boiler suit offer great personal safety and are made from fabrics which can withstand the rigors of factory usage. They are comfortable to wear and give protective covering to personnel. These suits are made of from 240GSM cotton twill fabric which has excellent colorfastness. The coveralls are available in different color shades.
The disposable coveralls
The disposable coveralls are precision cut to leave extra room and fit easily over street clothes for quick access to the work area. The disposable coveralls feature a full length zipper in the front, elastic gathers in the back for a superior fit, and extra room in the sleeves for easy mobility. The disposable coveralls that MSEC has in stock are ideal for extended wear periods and are comfortable and cost efficient. Most importantly, they will adequately serve to protect the wearer from exposure to hazardous chemicals.
High Visibility Clothing
It providing the right protective clothing for workers in poor light and adverse weather is more important than it’s ever been. Hi Visibility Clothing often referred to as Hi Vis or Hi Viz clothing is designed to do just that. To help you meet with the demands of EN471, Arco stocks a range of high visibility clothing that uses 3M’s trusted Scotchlite Reflective Material to offer the highest possible visibility whatever the conditions. The Arco Hi Vis Clothing range includes Hi Vis Jackets, Hi Vis Fleeces, Hi Vis Vests, Hi Vis Trousers, Hi Vis Boiler Suits and Hi Vis Polo Shirts available in a range of fabrics for different applications.
Fire Proximity Suit
Aluminized Fire Proximity Suit is characterized with Aluminized fabric interlining of glass cloth, woolen fabric inner lining, and fiberglass helmet, heat resistant Polycarbonate Visor of 2mm thickness. The Suit comes equipped with a pouch at the back for positioning a self contained breathing apparatus, gloves of two finger type in 14″ size and aluminized cloth and leather (vegetable tanned) soled shoes in low ankle design.
1.Entry into oven or other areas of high heat for short duration upto 500 deg. F (277 deg C) ambient temperature
2.Radiant heat exposure up to 2000 deg F (1111 deg C)