Protective clothing for electronics
Electronics workers work in various conditions, often difficult, threatening their health and even life. They deal with electrical charges that can cause damage to their body and organism. But they are not the only ones that are dangerous for humans. Cutting, soldering and drilling can also cause injuries. In addition, the sparks produced during the processing of the material do not affect our eyesight very well. All this means that every electronic and robot should have protective clothing that protects sensitive parts of his body. These are certainly gloves, which are made of durable and resistant to abrasion and other damage to materials. They are often reinforced on bends and fingers to provide even better protection. Often it is polyurethane, which is so flexible that even its thicker layer does not make it difficult to grasp small parts. You will also find rubber-coated cotton gloves. An interesting solution is a scratched glove, sewn from cotton with the addition of polyester, with the surface of PVC dots. They are characterized by increased grip and effectiveness of protection against mechanical damage.
Eye protection is also essential in mechanics' work. Special working glasses are designed for this purpose, which protect the organ of sight from metal splinters and sharp and intense light. The glasses may have temples, thanks to which they hold on to your head better. The non-slip inserts also provide comfort of use. A soft nose protection prevents unpleasant abrasions.
Always use a protective mask when sanding, drilling or polishing. Its task is to prevent the penetration of harmful dusts into the respiratory system, which are a threat to our health. Masks differ in the level of protection. You can choose between first-class masks (FFP1), which provide 80 % filtration efficiency and retain the particles present in the air. Another solution is the third class (FFP3) masks, which we use at higher concentrations of dust in the air. They provide 99% filtration efficiency, but make gas exchange difficult.
Useful accessories for your workshop
Not only protective workwear elements, but also other accessories such as markers and precise workshop lighting are useful. We offer chemical products such as conductive paints or greases and cleaners. We recommend permanent markers and foils, which are useful when marking surfaces. Pay attention to the string bags you use to store small accessories and tools. We also have a wide range of workshop lighting, where practical countertop mounted lamps, flashlights and LED lights deserve special attention. For precise work, the illumination, otherwise known as "third hand", works best. It perfectly illuminates the work area and the elements we work with.