Metal, smelter and foundry workers face extreme on-the-job hazards daily. CHARNAUD®’s METAL-SAFE® aluminised range is designed to protect these workers against the hazards of molten metal splash and radiant heat. CHARNAUD® METAL-SAFE® is a full head-to-foot range of aluminised garments and PPE made expressly for workers in foundries, smelters and environments where the threat of molten metal splash and radiant heat are high.
Purchasing Your Aluminised Garments
When it comes to aluminised garments for metal workers, there are several alternatives on the market. One must consider that cheaper is not always better and using poor-quality PPC & PPE may result in downtime, occupational injuries or even fatalities. Although investing in top-quality PPC & PPE may seem costly at the outset, the real value of your investment is seen when the garment and PPE delivers what it promises and for the duration of its lifespan. CHARNAUD® METAL-SAFE® aluminised garments are not only tested to the industry recommended performance standards, but they are also fully traceable with a unique serial number. CHARNAUD®’s commitment to safety means that your CHARNAUD® METAL-SAFE® aluminised garments will deliver on their promises and keep workers safe.
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Invest in Quality PPC & PPE for Your Team from CHARNAUD®
You cannot quantify the benefits of wearing the best quality PPC & PPE, but you can be sure that CHARNAUD® METAL-SAFE® aluminised garments will give you better protection and greater garment longevity. Greater garment longevity comes from the correct garment use and correct garment care, and that is why your CHARNAUD® representative offers after-sales support, knowledge and industry expertise to guide you on the best way to wear and care for your CHARNAUD® METAL-SAFE® aluminised garments.
Order Your Team’s PPE from CHARNAUD® Today
Trust CHARNAUD® to keep your staff protected against hazardous work environments. We aim to serve as your last defence against unexpected disaster in the working environment. Contact us today for professional advice and quotations on quality PPE.
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