Personal protective equipment
Interesting facts

The discovery of dyed flax fibers in a cave in the Republic of Georgia  textile-like materials were made even in prehistoric times. Incas have been crafting quipus (or khipus) made of fibres either from a protein, such as spun and plied thread like wool or hair from camelids such as alpacas, llamas, and camels or from a cellulose like cotton for thousands of years.
During the 15th century, Textiles were the largest single industry. Before the 15th century textiles were only in a few towns but during, they shifted into districts like East Anglia, and the Cotswolds.

Head protection

  • Winter insulating liner
  • The liner can be attached with the fastener to the helmet’s absorber 
  • The size on  is regulated on the back of the head with the lacing
  • Made from blended fabric with tinsulate
  • Head protection during  the work in the cold temperature      
  • Helmet liner is made from  the textile fabric, which consists of 50% wool and 50% synthetic material
  • The liner is used as the tinsulate
  • The liner can be attached with the fastener to the helmet’s absorber 
  • The size on  is regulated on the back of the head with the lacing
  • Tinsulate is  the batt coat
  • Can be made from cotton or blended fabric 
  • Head protection from dangerous and harmful industrial factors
  • Helmet is made impact - proof plastic
  • Consists of corps and the internal rope
  • The helmet’s size can be regulated
  • Wight is not more than 430 gram
  • Protective helmet from the high density polyethylene
  • Protection against impact pressures and chemicals
  • Guarantee  perfect fit and comfort
  • The helmet meets the regiments of GOST relating to the electrical insulation
  • Headband can be sent separately 
  • Unique ventilation system
  • Textile  headband with the leather insert for the sweat absorption
  • Ventilation hole
  • Soft adjustion in head size
  • Helmet has additional back of the neck protection
  • The complement is  possible with belts, shields, ear protectors and glasses 
  • The helmet is with plastic or textile headband
  • Leather insert for sweat absorption
  • The helmet has  soft  adjustion in head size (52 — 61 cm)
  • Regulated ventilation system
  • Side pockets for ear protectors, glasses and shields bracing
Corporate Clothing and Brand Exposure

The way you look, your appearance will create an impression and in the business world first impressions will count. Corporate clothing is concerned with developing your brand through exposure. Employees with a uniform to wear are seen as spokespeople for your company and the exposure your logo receives will improve the chances of it becoming a recognizable symbol. The corporate clothing choices you make will be a factor that could result in increased brand awareness and promote business growth.