Firefighters around the world choose firefighter apparel made with Nomex® fiber for its superior flame resistance and heat and heat stress protection that can’t be washed out or worn away.
Workers in a wide variety of industries who face the risk of fire hazards on the job use FR clothing made with Nomex® fiber for proven protection against intense heat and flames.
Best known for its use in ballistic and stab-resistant body armor, Kevlar® brand aramid fiber is credited with helping to save thousands of lives. Lightweight and extraordinarily strong, it’s used to make a variety of clothing, accessories, and equipment safer, more cut resistant and durable.
Nomex® fabric helps provide uniforms for military and police personnel proven protection against intense heat and flames, with the added benefit of being comfortable to wear.
Garments made of DuPont™ ProShield® help provide protection against non-hazardous exposures. Learn how affordable and practical ProShield® garments can be used to help protect against non-hazardous dry particle and light liquid splash applications.
To provide electricians, utility workers, and other industrial workers with inherently flame-resistant garments for protection against electric arc flash, DuPont engineered Protera® is NFPA 70E–Compliant.
DuPont’s commitment to safety stands at 6’1” and is covered with 122 heat sensors. Thermo-Man® is one of the most advanced thermal burn injury evaluation devices in the world and helps DuPont test the performance of flame-resistant garments.
Not all deadly threats come in the form of guns or other weapons. For protection against chemical dangers, industrial workers rely on DuPont™ Tychem® brand garments.
Workers who deal with hazardous substances need confidence in their protective apparel. DuPont™ Tyvek® fabric used in Tyvek® protective apparel is engineered to typically resist particles down to 1 micron in size, including particles such as lead, asbestos, and mould, and helps provide a barrier against many water-based liquid chemicals in low concentration and biological hazards.