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Tarasafe offers next gen foul-weather clothing

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Jan '19
Courtesy: Tarasafe
Courtesy: Tarasafe
Tarasafe, one of the leading brands of flame-resistant (FR) apparel, is offering a new range of FR foul weather protection clothing which is designed to meet the demanding needs of oil and gas workers. The garments offer protection from incidental flame exposure and weather protection across a wide range of environmental conditions, while retaining moisture.

As part of the designing process of the garments, breathability is a key consideration, and the ability to stay warm and dry, without having to continually remove and put back on clothing as core body temperature changes, according to a press release by Tarasafe.

“Simply put, Tarasafe FR Apparel is a best-in-class line of foul-weather outerwear products that will deliver an unprecedented performance-to-value solution for our customers in the oil and gas markets,” said Basant Lohia, managing director of TaraSafe International. “A new performance benchmark has been established.” (PC)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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