The design and workmanship of this machinery protection clothing are such that nothing can get caught by or drawn into moving machine parts. This is also why the body-hugging work jacket has no external pockets, for example. At the same time, the employee benefits from unrestricted freedom of movement and a high level of wearer comfort. Alongside the modern cut, the ventilation openings and the width adjustment on the sleeves of the work jacket also contribute to this.
For its machinery protection clothing, CWS uses a lightweight blended fabric made of 65 per cent polyester and 35 per cent cotton. At just 300 g/m2, the work jacket feels like leisure wear.
To provide the best possible protection for the employee, the jacket and dungarees form a functional unit. The machinery protection clothing must cover the arms, legs and neck fully. The high stand-up collar with concealed zip, for example, protects a large part of the neck area. Reflective piping on the front and back ensure additional visibility. Two inside pocket pouches provide storage space and can be closed with press studs.
Would you like a company logo or name tags on the machinery protective clothing? Our customer consultant will be happy to explain the options.
This machinery protection garment minimises the risk of injury when working with moving machine parts. The blend of cotton and polyester has a denim-like quality and feels great against the skin.
Our workwear impresses thanks to its durable, recyclable materials that are as sustainable as possible. This enables usage for many years and great durability. If an item does become damaged, we repair rather than replace it whenever and wherever possible – thus saving resources. We set great store by the efficient use of energy in the washing and drying processes in our industrial laundries. Fresh water is reprocessed and used multiple times. CWS ensures that its suppliers operate in accordance with ethical and sustainability standards. They have all committed themselves to the requirements of the Business Social Compliance Initiative (BSCI) and CWS additionally audits suppliers in risk countries to verify their compliance with the BSCI Code of Conduct.
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