The secrets to dry and hygienic PPE

Personal protective equipment, PPE, is used intensively in various industries to protect the wearer against dangers in the workplace. As a result, protective clothing, shoes, gloves, helmets and other types of PPE are exposed to dirty work environments. This can influence the protective function of PPE. Good maintenance is therefore essential to maintain its function.

Drying cabinets for PPE
Drying cabinets for PPE

Safety
Proper maintenance of work clothes contributes to the safety of employees. It is important that protective clothing is properly cleaned and dried after use. Many protective clothes such as fireproof or reflective clothing cannot undergo the programs of conventional washing machines or tumble dryers. Proper and gentle handling of the materials is an absolute necessity to ensure PPE keeps its protective function.

Hygiene
Protective clothing can not only lose its function due to external factors, also internal factors make a contribution. Clothes are also exposed to contamination from the inside due to perspiration. This can lead to bacterial growth and unpleasant odors, which has a negative impact on the health and comfort of the wearer. As healthy workers are more focused on their jobs and more alert to safety risks, buying into health is the best return on investment any company can generate. It is therefore important that the clothes are properly dried after a hard day’s work, preferably from the inside out.

Boot dryer for boots, shoes and gloves
Boot dryer for boots, shoes and gloves

Pronomar
The Dutch company Pronomar has been providing drying systems for work clothes in various industries. Worldwide, numerous companies make grateful use of their equipment to dry coveralls, jackets, trousers, boots, gloves, masks and hats. The systems dry the clothing by means of a large amount of air that flows directly into the clothes. This internal drying ensures that the clothes are dried within a short amount of time. The energy-efficient dryers are a real asset for companies that want their employees to start their shifts comfortably. At the same it, it extends the lifespan of the costly PPE. Due to the robust quality of the drying equipment (stainless steel 304 or 316), the systems can be used in all segments and industries, onshore and offshore.

Want to know more about Pronomar’s drying systems and what they can do for your company? Feel free to pay a visit to their booth 1.901 at the Offshore Energy Exhibition or visit the website.

Drying room for coveralls, jackets and trousers
Drying room for coveralls, jackets and trousers
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