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Welding Clothing

If you can’t stand the heat, it’s probably time to upgrade your welding clothing. The proper protective welding gear guarantees your safety from the dangers welders deal with every day, and only Enviro has the best selection of heavy duty apparel. Crafted from durable leather and flame-resistant cotton, this round-up of welding coats, aprons, pants and other attire serves up serious shielding against hazards like high temperatures, sparks, punctures and cuts. With anodized snaps to prevent arc flashback and industrial-strength protective riveting in all major stress points, this is the kind of clothing made just with welders in mind. Endure the rigors of any welding environment with this safety gear from Enviro Safety Products.



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Leather Welding Clothing: Our heavy-duty welding leather clothing is made from premium heavy side split cow leather. Chrome tanned to assure softness and durability while resisting heat, sparks, slag and cuts. All seams are double lock stitched and sewn with Kevlar thread. Our entire selection of welding clothing is riveted in all major stress points and snaps are anodized to prevent arc flashback.

Flame Resistant (FR) Cotton Welding Clothing: Our FR cotton welding clothing provides economical protection from flame, sparks and molten splash. FR cotton has been chemically treated to withstand heat. It offers a breathable, lightweight alternative to leather. Material remains flame resistant for up to 50 washings. Meets NFPA-701 requirements.

In May of 2008, The American Welding Society made several recommendations in regards to welding and cutting protective clothing. According to Safety and Health Fact Sheet No. 33, welding apparel should allow freedom of movement, yet cover all areas of exposed skin. Long sleeve shirts and pants that overlap the tops of your boots are recommended. Fabric should be heavy cotton or wool and be free of holes, tears, and frayed edges. Change immediately if water, grease, oil, or solvent is spilled on clothing. Lastly, use common sense. If you don’t think it’s safe, don’t do it!