Courtesy Milwaukee Milwaukee.
The company's new Job Site Armor line of safety gear includes Heavy Duty Safety Eyewear. The lightweight, wrap-around framed or frameless safety glasses and impact goggles meet or exceed the ANSI Z87.1-203 safety standards for high-velocity impact and high-mass impact. The eyewear pieces are available with clear or tinted lenses and have an anti-fog coating. 800.729.3878.
Courtesy Vi-Cas Vi-Cas.
Grabber cups protect the user from cuts and scrapes when handling glass, sheet metal, or almost any non-porous item. Four sizes are available in diameters up to 4¾ inches with a lifting capacity of 25 pounds. They can also be used to install tile. 513.791.7741.
Courtesy Wolverine Wolverine.
The latest DuraShocks work boot (W02185) boasts two important safety features: the engineered aluminum alloy safety toe protects feet from falling or rolling objects, and the boot is ASTM certified to protect the wearer from electrical current on dry surfaces. A full-grain leather upper and honeycomb mesh lining provide durability. Available in 6- and 8-inch styles. 800.270.6079.
Courtesy Ergodyne Ergodyne.
Neither rain, sleet, snow, cold, nor wind will affect the contractor who's wearing the GloWear 8375 Hi-Vis Thermal Jacket. Its polyester weatherproof outer shell is made of a breathable PU material and ANSI 107-certified 3M Scotchlite reflective tape. The 100-gram 3M Thinsulate lining promises warmth. The high-visibility collection is available in all ANSI-certified and non-certified classifications. 800.225.8238.