Enviro Distribution's AirHaven 1000 features a built-in, two-speed fan and three-tier filtration system designed to keep the user cool and protect them from environmental risks. It provides a continuous flow of fresh, filtered air and removes harmful particulates, carcinogens, dust, smoke and other pollutants. It is USB rechargeable.
Workrite Uniform Co.'s industrial coverall is made from 4.5-oz. Nomex IIA fabric. It features adjustable snap wrist closures, a two-way solid brass breakaway zipper, double-stitched outer and seat seams, an elastic waistband and seven pockets. The 1-in. 3M Scotchlite reflective material extends 4 in. over the front and back of shoulders and around the arms and legs. Pass-through spaces give...
Gateway Safety Inc.'s Scorpion safety glasses feature scratch-resistant lenses in 12 colors, including clear, gray, gold, red and blue. They have adjustable temples, an adjustable nosepiece and four-point ratchet temples. A gap between the frame and lenses minimizes fogging. A scorpion's tail retainer helps prevent loss and damage. A bifocal version and a small version are available.
Salisbury by Honeywell's AS1000HAT ProShield face shield system meets ANSI Z87.7 and ASTM F2178 standards. It features a front brim hard hat with an amber polycarbonate face shield, dielectric slotted brackets, an arc shield and a chin cup.
Erb Safety's ABS plastic shell for six-panel ball caps enables users to create a bump cap using a personal ball cap. It has ventilation eyelets and attached foam. Baseball caps are available in eight colors and custom logos are available.
Rack-A-Tiers' Plugfones combine noise-reducing earplugs with audio speakers. Users can hear outside low-level noises while listening to music, audiobooks, etc. They are available in a nonrestrictive version, or a version that keeps volume at or below 82 dB per OSHA standards, with earplugs that certify the ANSI noise reduction standard up to 30 dB.
National Safety Apparel's ArcGuard arc flash hood allows the wearer to obtain fresh air without lifting the front latch of the hood. When pushed back to the lowered and locked position, an audible click alerts the wearer that the shield is safely secured. It features indirect, built-in vents at the front, sides and top.