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
The purpose of high – visibility clothing

The purpose of high – visibility clothing is signification of people’s presence in the conditions of low visibility. For example, during the road renovation, the road workers in the high – visibility clothing are noticeable from a distance and will not be the victims of inattentive driver. Especially actual is the use of high – visibility clothing in the night – time, during the rain and fog. According to the rules of work safety for such clothing the drivers of town transport, workers of road – maintenance, housing and public utilities, employees of The Federal Authority for Road Traffic Safety must be equipped with such clothing.