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Protective Clothing

Our focus theme protective clothing informs you about current market trends. Get an overview about product innovations, current publications from research and business and the most important suppliers in the marketplace.

Companies Protective Clothing

Fisher Scientific GmbH, Germany

Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. is the world leader in serving science, with annual sales of more than $30 billion. Our mission is to enable our customers to make the world healthier, cleaner and safer. Whether our customers are accelerating life science research, solving complex analytical challenges more

Brewes GmbH, Germany

Since 1990, we supply and produce signs, stickers and labels for product labeling, process control and occupational health and safety. In addition to a wide range of standard markings, we also provide individual solutions in small and high numbers at a fair price-performance ratio. Our customers are more

Semadeni AG, Germany

The Semadeni Plastics Group designs, constructs, manufactures and distributes plastic products as well as services related to plastics. The products are being used in science and laboratory, healthcare, food and gastro, industry and logistics as well as the building industry. more

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Products Protective Clothing

Responding to the COVID-19 Outbreak The Fisher Scientific channel keeps science moving forward

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News Protective Clothing

  • A rare feat: Material protects against both biological and chemical threats

    A Northwestern University research team has developed a versatile composite fabric that can deactivate both biological threats, such as the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19, and chemical threats, such as those used in chemical warfare. A material that is effective against both classes of threa more

  • Fireproof and comfortable

    State-of-the-art flame retardant cotton textiles suffer from release of formaldehyde and are uncomfortable to wear. Empa scientists managed to circumvent this problem by creating a physically and chemically independent network of flame retardants inside the fibers. This approach retains the inherent more

  • Shaking off fluorochemicals from outdoor and protective clothing

    Rain-repelling fluorochemicals used in waterproof clothing can and should be phased out as unnecessary and environmentally harmful, textile researchers argue. And yet they remain the only effective option for medics and emergency service personnel. New research demonstrates how waterproofs using hig more

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