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Focus on Industrial & Safetywear Dickies


Customisable high-vis


Many styles within Dickies Workwear’s broad range of hi-vis clothing can be easily embroidered with company logos, creating a uniform for teams of tradespeople who rely on safetywear at work. This includes the Dickies Hi-vis Softshell Jacket – a key piece in its collection of two-tone hi vis clothing. Featuring waterproof fabric that’s also breathable, the jacket is ideal for working in wet weather conditions during warmer months and is available in two colourways. Dickies Workwear’s range of hi-vis clothing also includes classic high visibility vests, trousers and hoodies. Available in multiple styles and fabrics to tackle all manner of tasks and conditions, every item is designed to maximise the visibility of the wearer, without compromising on practicality and comfort.


www.dickiesworkwear.com


SA2007


Safe-Guard Highly reflective garments


Safe-Guard by Result is a highly reflective range of garments designed to visually enhance the position of wearers day or night. The new Safe-Guard R476X Printable Ripstop Safety Softshell has a durable water repellent finish is both breathable and windproof and EN ISO 20471:2013+A1:2016 Class 2 and RIS-3279-TOM (orange only) certified.


This soft stretch high visibility safety jacket features black colour contrast panels in strong Oxford nylon to mask grime, supple printed reflective body bands, zipped pockets, stand up collar, fleece lined, YKK full zip, chin guard and an open cuff. It is available in fluorescent yellow/ black and fluorescent orange/ black in sizes S-4XL and is suitable for direct print (not DTG), transfer and embroidery.


R476X www.workguardworkwear.com


Natalie Greetham and Darcie Mullins of Madeira UK provide an overview of the latest embroidery products perfect for embroidering industrial workwear and safetywear garments.


oday’s workwear industry is more health and safety conscious than ever, resulting in high demands of the garments which in turn has prompted the development of highly specialised fabrics.


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Customers expect these demands to be met, every time, without fail. As staff can sometimes depend on these garments for their own personal safety, it is crucial they meet the requirements with reliability.


The embroidery thread is an integral part of the finished product, therefore it is important to choose high quality threads that perform to the standards required. Polyester thread has properties that make it the ideal choice. It’s designed to withstand frequent washing at high temperatures


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with detergents containing bleaching agents, while still maintaining a beautiful sheen finish. Polyneon is available in a range of thicknesses, from industry standard 40 weight to finer 60 and superfine 75 weight, allowing you to achieve impressive clarity on small designs, fine details and text. Where fire safety is concerned fire resistant and flame- retardant threads such as Madeira’s Firefighter or Polyneon FR are available. Using these threads ensures the integrity of your embroidery and the end garment helping you to meet industry health and safety standards. Always check your chosen embroidery threads have accreditation from international environmental organisations. To avoid threads containing harmful chemicals, you can rely on the ISO 9001, Oeko-Tex and REACH certifications.


www.printwearandpromotion.co.uk


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