HiVis Supply’s Work King S176 Class 3 hi-vis thermal safety parka features a lightweight design. The outer shell is strong and durable but does not restrict movement. The insulating liner is made from a 6-oz. quilted polyester fabric that helps break the effects of wind and cold air.
Carhartt’s A267 force helmet liner is made of a lightweight polyester-spandex blend that wicks away sweat. The full facial protection extends below the neckline and the mask pulls down below the chin when not needed.
Crawford’s Pip 250-50-0420 black frame safety glasses feature soft, flame-resistant foam padding that forms a seal to keep out dust and airborne particles. The molded nose bridge is designed to fit the majority of users. The lenses are anti-fog and anti-scratch.
Eaton’s 40-calorie comfort arc flash suit is rated 46 cal/cm2. The polycarbonate hood window has anti-fog and scratch-resistant coatings. The coat has knit cuffs and a front dual-stage zipper, and the bib overalls have adjustable suspenders.
Buckingham Manufacturing’s BuckOhm dielectric H-style harness was designed for working conditions with electrical hazards. The dorsal energy-absorbing pack aids in fall arrest if the user is ejected from the bucket. It is designed for substation and other utility work, and it features a quick-connect chest buckle and leg strap buckles.
Magid Gloves’ M-Gard DXSB22BST sleeve has cut-resistant yarn infused with strength-enhancing microparticles, which eliminates the need for steel or fiberglass cores to achieve higher levels of cut protection. High-visibility color enhances protection and ensures worker compliance.