Dromex workwear is all the rage in South Africa and is especially popular because of its new technology, using flame retardant and acid retardant garments, as well as Taeki5 gloves, with a special knit that makes it both comfortable and safe.
KTF Africa supplies a number of items from the Dromex workwear range. Please check out our product page for more information.
Here are the top 4 reasons to use the Dromex workwear brand :
Dromex workwear is SABS approved Personal protective equipment (PPE) supplier Dromex has made significant strides this year in the supply of its South African Bureau of Standards- (SABS-) approved D59 product range to the local market
Dromex gloves and garments are used for almost every industry.While the acid-resistant and flame-retardant garments, which include thermal jackets, are mostly supplied to the petrochemicals industry and service providers, the garments have become a generic name in the industry, with certain industries increasingly using and specifying the Dromex garments
Dromex workwear materials have a long shelf life. The D59 flame-retardant and acid-resistant workwear is a 100% cotton SABS fabric, with flame retardant that lasts the life of the garment. The fabric is also treated with an acid-resistant finish.
Other garments in the D59 range include the flame-retardant suit, also made from a 100% cotton SABS satin weave that has a tensile strength of more than 500 N, which is higher than the SABS specification for this workwear fabric.
The fabric is SABS 1423-1/1987, BS EN 531, BS EN 533 and BS EN 470 compliant
Dromex Taeki5 gloves use the newest technology in the market, and are certified by international and local standards.Taeki5 materials are from its state-of-the-art knitting and dipping facility that uses a fully automated production line, while its in-house laboratory is equipped with a professional testing centre for various mechanical, thermal and chemical tests, which adhere to standards, such as the International Organization for Standardization and the American National Standards Institute.