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Kermel fibres at Safety and Health Show
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May '11
Kermel based products are used all over the world due to their inherent non-flammability, comfort and durability.

Kermel will participate in Safety and Health 2011 – Birmingham, UK. It takes place during May 17-19 at Hall 1 Stand L42.

Fire fighters, military, police and industry professionals choose KERMEL for TOTAL PROTECTION. We have many solutions for gas, petroleum, electric utility, welding, high visibility, railways, automotive etc. and all non-flammable (forever).

Come and see our high visibility (EN471) Kermel fabrics for high risk situations, all inherently non-flammable but with chemical, electric arc, static, welding and UV protection.

Multi-Norm, a range of products designed to cover numerous types of hazard in one single garment therefore taking the complexity out of choice. Why have several garments for different areas of risk when one can do it all? Kermel DENIM, a durable non-flammable innovation designed for total protection. Feel the difference!

Weldstar Professional - KERMEL has reached new levels of protection for welding application. See for yourself these new fabrics and discuss the possibilities for your business!

Kermel is a registered trademark of the KERMEL company.

KERMEL is the leading European manufacturer of aramid fibers dedicated to protective clothing against heat and flames. Fire suits for fire fighters, together with protective coveralls for public order squads, military and industrial uses are some of the most popular applications.

In parallel with these developments, KERMEL is continuing its diversification in technical applications and, more recently, in the manufacture of underwear for high speed sports with its SKEED brand.

KERMEL is certified ISO 9001 v.2008 for Quality, OHSAS 18001 for Safety, and OEKOTEX Standard 100 for Health.

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