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Clothing Type
   Clothing Type       
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   Shoe Covers/Booties       Shoe covers or booties are worn over the shoes. They both protect a person’s shoes and feet as well as prevent any kind of contamination from a person’s shoes into the work environment. 
   Safety Shoes       Safety shoes are a specialized shoe worn for many reasons. They can be used to protect ones feet from being injured by sharp or heavy objects or protect ones feet from water or other kind of liquid. Safety shoes also are worn to provide electrical resistance while working on electrical equipment. 
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Application
   Application       
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   Abrasion Resistant       Abrasion resistant garments protect the user from rough surfaces, and other sources of abrasion. 
   Blast Protection/Bulletproof       Bulletproof vests or clothing protect against ballistic debris or explosions 
   Chemical       Garments protect against chemical splashes and spills. 
   Crush Resistant       Crush resistant garments protect the user from being crushed. 
   Cryogen       Garments for use in cryogenic applications. 
   Cut Resistant       Cut resistant garments protect the user from getting cuts 
   Dust/Fiber       Dust or fiber garments include suits or masks for asbestos fibers, lead particles, crystalline silica dust or other hazardous particulate work 
   Electrical       Garments provide protection against electricity, high voltage, and other sources of electric shock. 
   Fall Protection       Fall protection clothing has hooks, attachments, or non-slip characteristics to prevent or reduce falls, foot slippage, or hand grip loss 
   Fire Resistant       Fire resistant clothing offers protection against environments with flames. 
   Heat       The garment is for use in high temperature environments. 
   Impact       The garment protects the user from impacts. 
   Insulation/Weather       Clothing provides insulation for protection against the elements, such as extreme cold. 
   Oil Resistant       The clothing is resistant to oil. 
   Pressure (Atmosphere)       Clothing protects from high pressure or low pressure (vacuum) environments. 
   Radiation       Clothing offers protection against radioactive environments. 
   Waterproof       Waterproof clothing keeps the wearer dry in wet environments. 
   Welding       Garments are used for protection against sparks and other emissions from welding equipment. 
   Other       Other unlisted application. 
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Material
   Material       
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   Absorbent       Absorbent materials are woven in such a way that it can absorb large amounts of liquids. 
   Aramid(e.g. Kevlar®, Nomex®)       Polyimide (polyphthalamide) fibers such as DuPont’s Kevlar® and Nomex® are among the most thermally-stable organic materials. They are lighter and tougher than steel. Applications include protective garments, racing sails, sporting goods, etc. 
   Butyl       Butyl consists of elastomeric materials based upon or using a butyl, polybutene or polyisobutylene chemical system. Chlorinated isobutylene or chlorobutyl can be used alone or in blends with other polymers to achieve special properties. Butyl is a common term used for the isobutylene isoprene elastomer. It is known for its resistance to water, steam, alkalis, and oxygenated solvents. Butyl has low gas permeation and is capable of providing high-energy absorption (dampening) and good hot tear strength. The suggested operating temperature is -75° to 250° F. 
   Canvas       Canvas is a heavy duty plane woven material usually made from cotton. 
   Cotton       Cotton is made from natural fibers that grow around the seeds of the cotton plant. 
   Fluoropolymer (e.g., Viton®, Teflon®)       Fluoropolymers such as Viton® or Teflon® have excellent high temperature, chemical resistance, mechanical and physical properties, low compression set, and low gas permeability. 
   Latex/Rubber       Latex or rubber is often used in the medical industry, or for protection against liquids and other chemicals. Garments made of Latex are often disposable. Rubber includes compounds such as gum rubber (polyisoprene). 
   Leather       Materials are raw or dressed animal skins. Typically, large and heavy skins are used. 
   Metal/Metal Mesh       The garment is made from metal or a metal mesh cloth. 
   Neoprene       Neoprene is a synthetic rubber that resists degradation from sun, ozone, and weather. It performs well in contact with oils and many chemicals. Neoprene remains useful over a wide range of temperatures, displays outstanding physical toughness, and resists burning inherently better than exclusively hydrocarbon rubbers. Neoprene also offers resistance to damage caused by flexing and twisting. The range of suggested operating temperatures is -45° to 230° F. DuPont Dow originally engineered neoprene. 
   Nitrile       Nitrile provides good resistance to petroleum hydrocarbons and fuels. It is used widely with most oils, hydraulic fluids, and alcohol. Many compound variations are available for specific applications. The range of suggested operating temperatures is 30° to 275° F. Trade names include Breon® (BP Chemicals), Chemigum® (Goodyear), Hycar® (B F Goodrich), Krynac® (Polysar Ltd.), Nipol® (Zeon Chemicals), Nysyn® NBR, (DSM Elastomers), Paracril® (Uniroyal Chemical), and Perbunan® (Mobay). 
   Nylon       Polyamides, including nylon materials, are available in a large number of polymer structures with varying chemical and physical properties. In general, polyamides are exceptionally strong, elastic, abrasion resistant, lustrous, and resistant to damage from many chemicals. Polyamides are also resilient and low in moisture absorbency. 
   Polyester       Plastics are based on the polyester (alkyd) or vinyl ester system. 
   Polyethylene       Olefin fibers that are based on low density polyethylene (LDPE), high density polyethylene (HDPE) and ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW PE) have good friction and mechanical properties, but relatively low thermal stability. They are used to reinforce hoses and power belts, and in athletic and automotive equipment. A high-strength, high-density olefin fiber has been developed that is ten times stronger than steel. 
   Polyurethane       Polyurethane (PUR) resins provide excellent flexibility, impact resistance, and durability. Polyurethanes are formed through the reaction of an isocyanate component with polyols or other active hydroxyl group compounds. Polyurethanes require a catalyst, heat, or air evaporation to initiate and complete curing. 
   Vinyl/PVC       Polymers are based on the vinyl chemical system. Examples include polyvinyl chloride (PVC), polyvinylidene chloride (PVDF), polyvinyl vinyl acetate (PVA), and polyvinyl alcohol (PVOH).  
   Wool       Wool is the dense, soft, often curly hair that forms the coat of sheep and certain other mammals, such as goat and alpaca. Wool consists of cylindrical fibers of keratin covered by minute, overlapping scales. Wool is valued as a textile fiber. 
   Other       Other unlisted material. 
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Industry
   Industry       
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   Building & Construction       Clothing used in the building and construction industry. 
   Cleanroom       For use in cleanrooms and other low particulate environments. 
   Fire       Clothing for use where fire is present such as firefighting. 
   Food       For use in food preparation, or for food services. 
   Foundry       Clothing is used in the foundry industry for protection against heat, and other dangers in foundry equipment. 
   Environmental Remediation       Clothing used for environmental remediation or for protection from hazardous materials. 
   Laboratory       For use in the laboratory. 
   Logging       Clothing for use in the logging industry. 
   Marine       A garment for use in a marine or aquatic environment. 
   Mining       Clothing is suitable for applications that mine coal, minerals, and other media. 
   Oil and Gas       Clothing is suitable to protect workers active in the processes of exploration, extraction, refining and transport from the hazards associated with fuel oils, natural gas, gasoline, petroleum, petrochemicals and similar hydrocarbon products.   
   Painting       Clothing to protect the user from painting. 
   Pharmaceutical/Medical       Garments for use in the medical or pharmaceutical industry. 
   Public Service       Clothing specific to public service such as police or sanitation. 
   Utilities       Garments for use in installation or repair of utilities such as electrical, gas, and water. 
   Other       Other unlisted industry. 
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Features
   Features       
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   Aluminized       Aluminized fabric has been treated or coated with aluminum to enhance its protection properties. 
   Buoyant       Buoyant clothing or protective wear provides floatation. 
   Disposable       Disposable garments are meant to be disposed of after its use. 
   High Visibility       High visibility clothing makes the wearer easily visible, usually by means of bright color or reflective fabric. 
   Non-slip       Non-slip clothing has a roughen or textured surfaces to enhance grip and prevent falls / slips 
   Non-stick / Non-staining       Non-stick or non-staining clothing is coated with fluoropolymer or other material with high release or non-stick properties. 
   Sanitary/Hygienic       The garment is meant to provide protection against various forms of contamination. 
   Steel Toe       The toes of the shoe have metal plating to protect the toes from heavy objects. 
   Other       Other unlisted feature 
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