Industrial Safety Equipment
We are a recognized exporter of Industrial Safety equipments and products which are exclusively used in various industrial, chemical and constructional industries. Made of premium quality materials these products are also available in customized form. Our offered range comprises Safety Shoes, Body Protection Products, Head Protection, Disposable Wears and others.
We offer a wide variety of fall protection accessories includes safety harness belt and safety waist belt that protect a worker from falling while working at height. These accessories are generally used by linemen, rescuers, firemen and many others. Our fall protection accessories include full body harness, lineman's safety belt, safety rope ladder, and roof top ladder, safety nets and many other items.
Head protection is required to protect the head from falling objects and electrical shock. Protection must be worn when working under other employees or when operations are being conducted overhead of your work area or when working with electrical connectors that may come into contact with the head.
A steel-toe boot (also known as a safety boot, steel-capped boot or safety shoe) is a durable boot or shoe that has a protective reinforcement in the toe which protects the foot from falling objects or compression, usually combined with a mid sole plate to protect against punctures from below.
Protective clothing needed for welding includes general fire resistant clothing, safety glasses, shoes, gloves, helmet and leathers. ... A: No, oxy-fuel goggles do not protect your eyes from the intense ultraviolet radiation (UV) produced by the weldingarc.
The most popular lens material for safety eyewear is polycarbonate. This material has less than half the weight of glass, so the eyewear is more comfortable.Polycarbonate lenses are also more impact-resistant than glass lenses. Keep in mind that polycarbonate is a much softer lens material than glass.
People should wear a hearing protector if the noise or sound level at the workplace exceeds 85 decibels (A-weighted) or dB(A). Hearing protectors reduce the noise exposure level and the risk of hearing loss. If hearing protection is required, then a complete hearing conservation program should be instituted.