Sometimes a coverall is not the answer. For example your job involves being in office part of the time and on site at the others then a jacket and trousers offers protection and convenience. You can work at your desk in the trousers and slip the jacket on when a site visit is required. If you are driving a delivery vehicle on to site the same thing applies. In the cab you can wear the trousers but once you are out on site you can slip on the jacket and comply with any HSE standards the operating company is enforcing.
Tecasafe Plus 700 (238 g/m2)
Aramid IIIA (180 g/m2)
Aramid IIIA (150 g/m2)
Poly-Cotton (195 g/m2)
100% Cotton (200 g/m2)
- COLLAR One piece type made of double layer of cloth.
- FRONT CLOSURE Heavy duty concealed brass snap buttons from the top front to the front waistband.
- BACK OF JACKET Back panel with yoke and double action back below it.
- BREAST POCKETS/ SLEEVE POCKET Two breast pockets with flap closed by Velcro tapes. The pockets shall be levelled and the edges reinforced by bartack. Sleeve pocket on left sleeve with edges reinforced by stitches.
- SHOULDERS AND SLEEVES The left sleeve embroidered with the Shield logo. Use Velcro as closure.
- SIDE POCKETS Composed of two layers of lining same as outside fabric with two lips finishing at the opening edges.
- WAISTBAND One piece type made of double layer of cloth with topstitches.
- SIDE POCKETS Composed of two layers of white lining and facing same as outside fabric.
- TROUSERS’ POCKETS Two leveled back pockets with flap closed by Velcro tapes. A Carpenter pocket composed by rule pocket and carpenter pocket shall be attached at the lower part of right back pocket.
- WAISTBAND One piece type made of double layer of cloth with topstitches and heavy duty affixed on both sides.
- FRONT CLOSURE Heavy duty metal single action zip with one rotating shank button at the front.