Honeywell has introduced on the market Ne-Hon TM 6, the first suit disposable work High Visibility (HV) of the sector to be certified as regards the protection from chemical agents. Ensuring the security and visibility of who is forced to do ‘dirty work’ in high-risk areas, the new pair of overalls with reflective fabric is ideal for those working in the railway sector, aerospace, construction and oil and gas.
“It Hon-6 is designed to offer a truly innovative solution to a global challenge launched by a train operator leading domestic level. It combines protection against chemical agents and conformity with EU standards (High Visibility Class 3),” said David GUIHO, product manager for Honeywell Industrial Safety, EMEA.
“Following a major research and development program, the Ne-Hon 6 it is designed to be worn over or in high-visibility clothing alternative newspaper to prevent it from dirty. Perform normal work activities, while ensuring compliance with the safety standards of workers and significantly reducing the high laundry costs. The overalls is simply removed and thrown away at the end of the round and, thanks to its small size, it can always carry for any unforeseen situation”.
For those who are exposed to chemical hazards, the Ne-Hon 6 offers resistance to chemicals in accordance with EN 13034: 2009 (booth Test type 6). The overalls are durable and comfortable thanks to its material leg I was, breathable and waterproof and am available in sizes S to XXXL. The High Visibility conforms to Class 3 of the EN20471 standard has been obtained through the use of fluorescent orange polyester with reflective stripes.
Additional features for improved comfort include a rear elasticized waistband, reflective material raglan sleeves that offer excellent freedom of movement and diamond-shaped gusset at the crotch. In addition to the elasticized waist and cuffs at the ankles, also passing through the inches they have been added to prevent the rise up sleeves, while the improved resistance is guaranteed by sections reinforced at knee level.