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DuPont Protection debuts latest version of SafeSPEC
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Apr '15
DuPont Protection Technologies has launched the latest version of DuPont SafeSPEC, its suite of online interactive product selector tools.

“SafeSPEC for Nomex Flame Resistant (FR) Apparel-North America enables professionals to make informed decisions about flame-resistant apparel options made with DuPont Nomex brand fibre,” it said.

According to a DuPont press release, the tool offers several customisable product selection and search features for a full portfolio of garments and accessories that are made with Nomex.

“The design allows users to search parameters that are tailored to their needs, including flame-resistant hazard, industry standards, garment type, certification, and availability,” it added.

The tool also provides industry-specific search for Industrial and Fire Safety and the system will automatically upgrade with new features as they become available.

“This state-of-the-art tool enables the user to make selections for their quality and performance needs,” said Lisa Roessler, regional marketing manager.

“It builds on the world-class SafeSPEC platform that simplifies online research and provides tools for selection of chemical protective garments, controlled environment garments and accessories, and industrial gloves,” Roessler noted.

According to DuPont, the Nomex fibre helps FR clothing protect industrial workers from the intense heat and flames of fire.

A revolutionary, inherent heat and flame-resistant fibre that reacts in a crisis, with the heat and flame resistance built into the Nomex fibre and cannot be washed out or worn away.

Nomex fibre enables clothing to have the lowest possible weight at the highest level of protection, breathability for reduced heat stress and the ability to effectively wick away moisture.

DuPont Protection Technologies is a leader in technologies and products that protect people, the environment and critical assets worldwide. (AR)

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