This method of industrial laundering is commonly used to remove heavy soil with a combination of higher water temperature (160°F max) and harsher chemistry; pH should be held to 11.5 max. More aggressive wash formulas may be necessary to remove heavy soils but may result in accelerated color loss, deterioration in performance of retroreflective trim and overall reduced garment service life.
This new method of industrial laundering is specifically used for garments with Red Kap’s exclusive OilBlok Technology finish. Water temperatures of 140°F or less with a max temp of 150°F and cleaning agency with moderate pH (9.0 max) are used to remove heavy soil without negatively affecting the finish. As with Heavy Soil Industrial Laundering, accelerated fading, increased shrinkage and reduced service life may occur.
This less aggressive industrial laundering process is commonly used on uniforms which are lightly soiled or made of fabrics that are not designed to withstand higher wash temperatures or harsher chemistry. In a typical light soil formula, water temperatures are usually held to a maximum of 140°F and pH to 10.5 max.
A laundering process normally defined as washing in a residential type top- or front-loading unit followed by tumble drying. Detergents used in this process are formulated for home use and are readily available on the consumer market.
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Superior color retention, soil release and wickability.
Same features as Touchtex but with an even softer hand. Available on bottoms only.
Our 65% Polyester / 35% Cotton Black fabric resists fading wash after wash.
Yarns are dyed then woven into a striped configuration.
Minimum pressing or ironing required. Fabric contains a wrinkle-resistant finish.
This garment has no buttons that will fall off or catch.
Non-yellowing buttons for long-lasting whiteness through industrial laundry processing.
Garment has a female companion piece.
Technical term meaning moisture wicking. Wicks perspiration away from your skin and spreads it over the fabric face where it quickly evaporates, allowing the wearer to stay cool, dry and comfortable.
Intended for use in environments where there are struck-by hazards from moving vehicles, equipment and machinery not operating on public access rights of way or temporary traffic control zones.
Intended for use by personnel exposed to vehicular traffic from public access rights of way or roadway temporary traffic control zones. Class 2 garments require the use of greater amounts of high-visibility materials which help distinguish between a human and an inanimate object.
Intended for use by personnel exposed to vehicular traffic from public access rights of way or roadway temporary traffic control zones. Class 3 garments mandate an even higher standard of visibility for workers in moving, complex backgrounds.
Pants, bib overalls, shorts and gaiters meeting minimum area requirements for background material and retroreflective trim. Class E apparel, however, cannot be worn alone to provide adequate visibility of workers. When Class E items are worn with Performance Class 2 or 3 apparel, the overall classification of the ensemble is Performance Class 3.
Created exclusively for Red Kap® and provides permanent comfort during wear with memory stretch yarn for added flexibility.
This fit features a traditional rise that sits at the natural waist. Slim through the seat and thigh with a slimmer leg opening that will fit over work boots.
Our relaxed fit jeans feature a traditional rise that sits at the natural waist. Relaxed seat and thigh offer more room for mobility, and the slightly tapered leg fits over work boots.
This fit features an updated rise that sits slightly below the waist. And It is cut through the seat and thigh to offer maximum comfort and ease of movement. The straight leg fits over work boots.
Our Straight Fit features an updated rise that sits slightly below the waist. It is slim through the seat and thigh with a leg opening that fits over work boots.
Ultraviolet Protection Factor - A rating designed for clothing that specifically measures the level of sun protection. UPF measures both UVA and UVB rays.
Paint jobs and surfaces stay scratch free thanks to strategically-designed garment features that keep buttons and snaps under wraps.
The industry's FIRST IL friendly Stretch Canvas is extra tough but wears comfortably all day long.
A Red Kap® term for our no-roll waistband. This garment has enhanced engineering to withstand industrial laundry stress and abrasion. The waistband has a mesh inner lining inside to reduce breakdown in fabric fibers, giving the pant a permanent crease even after industrial laundering.
Versatile straight hem offers a clean professional look whether tucked in or worn out.
Lightweight yet extra durable ripstop fabric keeps rips and repairs to a minimum.
Allows air to pass through the fabric easily
Designed to accommodate protective armor worn under garment
Properties, treatment or fabric with the capacity to release substances without staining
Properties, treatment or fabric with a smooth fabric appearance after wash or wear
Shorter rise for updated look // Contoured waistband to complement female curve // More room in seat and hip for easy movement and comfort // Unique 360® Comfort Cool-Flex® waistband
Provides superior stretch for increased comfort and mobility.
Garment designed especially for the female form
Dual fabric used to wick moisture away from the body and pass it through fabric
Properties, treatment or fabric with the capacity to resist, wick, or repel water
Open or meshed passage allowing air to flow freely
Unique 360° comfort waistband, woven with open mesh to promote stretch and breathability
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Arc-rated FR long-sleeve shirt and FR pants or FR coverall with a required minimum arc rating of 4 cal/cm2.
Arc-rated FR long-sleeve shirt and FR pants or FR coverall with a required minimum arc rating of 8 cal/cm2.
Arc-rated FR long-sleeve shirt and pants or FR coverall, and arc flash suit selected so that the system arc rating meets the required minimum and a required minimum arc rating of 25 cal/cm2.
Arc-rated FR long-sleeve shirt and pants or FR coverall, and arc flash suit selected so that the system arc rating meets the required minimum and a required minimum arc rating of 40 cal/cm2.
Bulwark® Protective Apparel offers flame-resistant protective garments that are certified by Underwriters Laboratories to meet the requirements of NFPA® 2112 Standard on Flame Resistant Garments for Protection of Industrial Personnel Against Flash Fire, 2018 Edition. NFPA® 2113 Standard on Selection, Care, Use, and Maintenance of Flame Resistant Garments for Protection of Industrial Personnel Against Flash Fire, 2015 Edition, requires that garments cover the upper and lower body and flammable underlayers as completely as possible. Bulwark® garments meet this requirement either as a single garment such as a coverall or when worn with another certified garment such as a shirt or pants to provide both upper and lower body coverage.
This Bulwark® FR collection has been designed according to the PPE Directive 89/686/EEC and specifically to the European Standards ISO 13688:2013 (General Requirements for protective clothing), EN ISO 11612:2015 (Protective Clothing for Industrial workers exposed to heat and flame), EN 1149-5:2008 (Protective clothing – Electrostatic properties) and IEC 61482-2:2009 (Protective Clothing against the thermal hazards of an electric arc) to the referenced performance levels. ECType examination by a Notified Body has proven that the clothing meets the fundamental requirements as described in the European Directive 89/686/EEG. The CE mark is the visible sign of our compliant PPE.