Safety Gloves – It is important to wear gloves when working with hazardous materials and chemicals because they protect our hands from infection and contamination. Nitrile gloves protect against most chemicals and infectious agents. Leather gloves give protection during arc and other welding applications. Rubber gloves protect against mild corrosive material. Vinyl gloves, which are made from PVC (polyvinyl chloride), are usually the cheapest latex-free gloves. However, many prefer to use higher-end gloves such as nitrile gloves. In general, latex gloves offer the best protection against bacteria and viruses, while synthetic gloves provide better chemical protection. We deal with safety gloves made of rubber, jeans, cotton and leather materials of various sizes for industrial and commercial applications.
Dust & pollution mask – Dust Masks protect workers against airborne particles such as dust and powders. They are important for a range of construction, agricultural, and pharmaceutical work. EN 149 designates three dust mask ratings – FFP1, FFP2, and FFP3. High filtration of the respirators protects you from harmful pollutants and dust. The maintenance-free respirators are not only economical but easy to use as well. Comfortable, the respirator fits snugly around your face and helps avoid your glasses from fogging. The respirators are foldable and easy to carry around.
Safety Goggles – Safety goggles are important for several reasons. To begin with, they allow the wearer to handle potentially harmful environment or chemicals without fear of damaging their eyes. When handling potentially infected material, for instance, safety goggles are an important defense against infection.
Smoke detector – Working principle – Photoelectric type alarms aim a light source into a sensing chamber at an angle away from the sensor. Smoke enters the chamber, reflecting light onto the light sensor, thus triggering the alarm. For each type of smoke alarm, the advantage it provides may be critical to life safety in some fire situations. There are three types of smoke detectors on the market: ionization, photoelectric, and dual-sensor alarms, which use both ionization and photoelectric technology.