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May 22, 2014
Honeywell Safety Products names president
Honeywell has appointed Sach Sankpal as president for Honeywell Safety Products, a part of the Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions’ Life Safety business. HSP manufactures PPE including head, hearing, eye/face, respiratory, and hand... Read more...


May 19, 2013
Boots, eyewear protect workers
Honeywell Safety Products has introduced new safety products to protect workers. Oliver® Boots industrial safety footwear features chemical-resistant exteriors, PORON® technology, NATUREform wide-profile steel toe caps, NANOlite... Read more...


February 12, 2008
Full-brim hard hat deflects falling objects
Fibre-Metal SUPEREIGHT® E1 full-brim hard hats from North Safety Products protect workers from rain, falling debris, and UV rays. The crown design deflects falling objects, and an eight-point suspension protects the worker's head. The... Read more...


December 11, 2007
Cut level 5 safety sleeve is form-fitting, tear-resistant, launderable
North Safety Products says its NorthFlex™ NFDS16 C5 is the industry's first cut level 5 Dyneema® sleeve. The finely knit Dyneema/fiberglass blend vents heat to remain cool and is not bulky. The sleeve is form-fitting, tear-resistant,... Read more...


April 10, 2007
Light work glove has enhanced strength
North Safety Products has combined Dyneema® and polyurethane to create its Light Task II™, a palm-coated glove designed to provide dexterity and tactility while maintaining cut, tear, and abrasion resistance. Weight for weight,... Read more...


March 13, 2007
Gloves designed for assemblers, fabricators
A leather palm and Kevlar® knit construction combine to make North Safety Product's Kevlar LEA Series Glove suitable for assemblers and fabricators. The seamless knit glove reduces chafing and hand fatigue while providing the puncture,... Read more...


March 27, 2003
Escape the 'Silent Killer'
Like this plumber, many professionals who occasionally weld, braze, or cut metals don't wear respirators because they think infrequent exposure to fumes and gases produced by the process won't cause lasting damage. However, numerous... Read more...