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Tyndale’s Top Blog Posts of 2015 To Date

 

We’ve rounded up our most-viewed blog post so far this year for your reading pleasure. Don’t forget to check out our blog regularly for new content – we’re your one-stop resource for everything related to the flame resistant clothing industry. Read more

Hugh Hoagland Addresses Comfort & Contamination in FRC

Although many utility employers began providing arc-rated clothing well before the new OSHA 1910.269, those who are now installing arc-rated clothing programs may face questions and sometimes friction from workers who are accustomed to wearing non-FR on the job.

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Tyndale Introduces Lightweight Dual Hazard FR Dungaree

Feeling the heat this summer? Tyndale is pleased to introduce our newest, lightest jean: the inherently flame resistant Lightweight Dungaree (M234T).

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Protect Yourself with Tyndale’s Durable Insect Guard

With biting insects most active this time of year and cases of Lyme Disease at an all-time high, protect yourself from disease-carrying ticks, mosquitos and other annoying insects with Tyndale’s exclusive line of FRMC® garments with durable Perimeter Insect Guard™.

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Tyndale’s Layer 1™ Featured in eHazard Safety Video

 

Tyndale’s Layer 1™ Performance T-Shirt (M010T) was recently featured in an e-Hazard Arc Flash Safety Minute video featuring Hugh Hoagland.

Check out the “Arc Rated Shirts” video below – can you spot Layer 1™ in the footage?

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Layer for Spring With Tyndale’s FR Microfleece Vest!

Looking for a versatile item to add to your flame resistant clothing (FRC) selection this year? Choose Tyndale’s new Premium Microfleece Vest (M695T) this Spring and use it all year long!

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Why Leasing FR Clothing is Not as Simple as Leasing a Car

If you’ve been tasked with researching FR clothing solutions for your company, you have likely run across industrial laundry programs in your research. Maybe you’ve even received direction from above to pursue an industrial laundry program.

What many people don’t realize is that most industrial laundry programs utilize an unusual ownership arrangement.  Laundry programs – often called “rental” or “lease and laundry” programs – utilize an ownership arrangement similar to an auto lease.  In both arrangements,

  • The vendor owns the uniforms or auto, and the buyer enjoys the benefits of their use.
  • At the end of the lease, the uniforms or auto must be returned to the vendor in good condition.

It sounds simple on the surface, but in reality leasing clothing is anything but simple.

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