Bayonet safety glasses feature lens tints available in clear, gray, amber, silver mirror, SCT-Reflect 50, SCT-Gray, and SCT-Low IR. Lens coatings include Supra-Dura anti-scratch coating, which delivers five times more scratch resistance than other coatings on the market, and Uvextreme AF anti-fog coating, which retains anti-scratch, anti-static, and UV protection properties that will not wear off, according to the company. In addition, the product meets ANSI-Z87.1-2010 and is certified to the requirements of CSA Z94.3 for impact protection.
FR Control 2.0 shirts feature body temperature regulating Outlast technology — a woven-in fabric that absorbs and stores excess body heat and then releases it when outside temperatures decrease. Offering a 4.0 cal/cm² rating (high enough to reach Hazard Risk Category 1), the shirts feature Spandex and come in a navy blue color. In addition, the products are available in long and short sleeve styles and include a balaclava for head and neck protection.
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The PRO Helix 8-in. Composite Toe work boot meets Electrical Hazard ANSI Z41PT99, ASTM F2412-05, and F2413-05 requirements. Featuring the company’s Anti-Fatigue technology for all-day standing comfort, leg and back support, and shock absorption, the boots are constructed from premium waterproof leather with a waterproof membrane. Features include cement construction for flexibility and reduced break-in time, a padded top collar for comfort, molded EVA midsole for lightweight cushioned comfort, and an active heel lock lacing system for secure heel set and personalized fit.
Available exclusively from Cintas Corp., these flame-resistant jeans have been added to the company’s line of rental work wear. The Hazard Risk Category 2 jeans are made with 14.75-oz, 100% cotton denim and feature a relaxed fit as well as leg openings that fit over work boots. According to the company, a specialized laundering process helps maintain the products’ level of protection.