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If you are looking for the right type of work wear material to wear to get the job done right, and without injury, then look no further. Industrial 101 helps to provide you with the best and the easiest list of materials, products, and manufacturers to choose from. It's all just a few clicks away.

The type of work wear that you need and the materials it is made from will depend on the type of job that you do. You need to know if you need flame retardant material, puncture-proof material or simply a barrier from toxins. From Kevlar and Tyvek, to Nomex and leather, Industrial 101 explains the individual benefits of these work wear materials since there are so many out there to choose from. These materials are used to produce a wide variety of work clothes and safety gear such as work gloves, jackets, work pants, coats, coveralls, vests, helmets, chaps, shoe covers and even wristbands, plus much, much more.

The material that your work wear is made of can be essential if you are performing a dangerous type of job. If you are fighting fires then it is imperative that you are wearing flame retardant clothing. If you are working with chemicals then you need to make sure that your clothing is chemical resistant to help protect you from the powers of the chemicals.

Your choice of work wear materials may also be determined by the weather conditions that you do your job in. If you are working in extreme cold conditions you need to make sure that your work clothes are made to keep you warm and if you are working in hot conditions you will want to wear materials that are designed to keep you cool and dry. If you are working in wet conditions you will need to wear waterproof or water repellant materials.

If you are looking for a specific brand or you aren''t quite sure what you are looking for, you can also search by industry, by brand and by garment type. Industrial 101 makes it easier for you to find whatever you need, quickly. Do some comparison shopping and even find safety gear and other items that you may have overlooked.

Industrial 101 has the expertise to help you find the work wear that is suitable for you.

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