Honeywell has introduced its new TNV series of cold conditions fire retardant apparel for workers...
Honeywell has introduced its new TNV series of cold conditions fire retardant apparel for workers in oil and gas, mining, utility and other extreme work environments. The winter parka and bib pants are ergonomically designed to provide outstanding warmth without bulk, meaning easier body movement for the wearer, which in turn increases their comfort and therefore productivity, says Honeywell. Features include four high performance fire retardant layers that protect against cold, wind, moisture and flash-fire hazards. The outstanding fire retardant performance is guaranteed for the life of the apparel. Its quilted 9 oz. insulation layer helps workers feel comfortable in temperatures of -30 C to -35 C while a durable water-repellent coating sheds rain, snow and slush. The clothing's bright orange color and retro-reflective bands ensure high visibility for the wearer. Workers are conspicuous in daytime and in low-light environments, especially when around moving vehicles and mobile equipment in the workplace.