Personal protective equipment

Personal protective equipment


The Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is a specialized piece of clothing or an equipment worn by workers for protection against safety hazards. PPE is designed to protect different parts of the body: eyes (e.g. goggles), head (e.g. helmets), face (e.g. face shields), hands (e.g. gloves) and feet (e.g. boots). The wearing of a PPE can offer protection against: - Electrical risks by preventing direct or indirect contact with live conductors; - Mechanical risks acting as a protection shield of the body against elements that might cause injuries; - Explosions caused by electrical arc flash.

    Protective helmet with incorporated hinged visor – EDL-01 type

    Protective helmet with incorporated hinged visor - EDL-01 type

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    Protective helmet – INAP Electro

    Protective helmet - INAP Electro

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    Protective helmet – INAP Master

    Protective helmet - INAP Master

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    Face shield against electrical arc flash

    Face shield against electrical arc flash

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    Fuse handle with protective sleeve

    Fuse handle with protective sleeve

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    Conductive suit for live works

    Conductive suit for live works

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