When working in extreme temperatures, it’s best to wear cooling products designed for summer, so you and your team don’t get as hot in the field. Working in extreme heat can lead to heat exhaustion and heat stroke. These products are designed to keep you and your team cool on the job, so you can focus on the task at hand without overexerting yourself.
We sell dozens of personal cooling equipment at PK Safety, including moisture wicking work pants, breathable long sleeve work shirts, vented visors and helmets with cooling shades, sunscreen pouches and so much more.
Beating the heat usually means wearing the right fabric. Cotton tends to be the best choice when it comes to staying cool. It tends to be better than cotton twill, which is used to make garments sturdier but can make them hotter as well. Polyester can also help relieve the heat in the field. It’s considered much lighter than polyamide. Also, consider the need for high-visibility when purchasing summer workwear.
Regardless of the task at hand, staying cool in the summer means dressing appropriately. Use these summer wear products to reduce perspiration and moisture and improve breathability in the field. You and your team should be able to move freely without feeling constrained on the job. For more information about these different fabrics and how to best stay cool in the summer, contact PK Safety today.