Wolverine, the US-based apparel maker, has launched flame-resistant apparel line FireZerO, offering products that provide protection from arc flash and heat hazards
The collection was made available for retail in early 2015 and prices for the products range from between US$70 to US$230.
The line includes eight new styles consisting of knit shirts, twill button down shirts, sweatshirts, jackets and pants. FireZerO is best suited for industrial workers, specially working in oil and gas industry, added the company.
Lisa Stoepker, product director for Wolverine, said, “With a full assortment including everything from jackets and twill shirts to jeans and cargo pants, FireZerO by Wolverine offers consumers a comprehensive flame resistant solution and makes Wolverine a key player in the flame resistant apparel market.
“FireZerO garments meet the most stringent standards in the industry today. All garments protect against possible intermittent flame and thermal exposures and are designed not to ignite or continue to burn, and to minimise the wearer’s burn injury when exposed to accidental, momentary ignition sources.”