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Fire Resistant Clothing

Workwear, clothing, high visibility wear, uniforms, day/night visibility.
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Redbank Group manufacturers and suppliers of magnifier equipment and speciality lighting. They offer a range of magnifiers, work lamps, microscopes for the industrial, medical and electronic markets. Redbank's range of machine lights, magnifying lamps ...
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TSI Queensland are specialists in industrial labelling and safety solutions for mining and construction industries. Gloves, safety specs, hearing protection, height safety, lockout, safety clothing, boots, hard hats, sun protection, specialist eyewear ...
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Protective Apparel and Apparel Services. -Specialist Apparel for specialist end use applications -Apparel Management Services or, Total Apparel Management (TAM). flame retardant fabrics and garments, specialist garments, fabrics for Wildland and ...
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Mic Designs provides quality Australian made workwear for numerous industries.
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Bisley Workwear operates as a division of the Gazal Group, one of the largest clothing companies in Australia specializing in Business Wear, Work Wear Safety Wear, and Casual Wear for Men and Women. Their product range includes workwear jackets, ...
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Safety gloves, high visibility jackets, vests, overalls, t-shirts, leather aprons and jackets and blankets, fire resistant clothing, work wear, pants, shirts, boots etc.
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BOC supplies compressed and bulk gases, chemicals and equipment. BOC helps growers, producers, scientific and research organisations to lower costs, raise productivity, comply with environmental legislation, and meet quality standards. Their ...
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11/08/05 - STEWART & Heaton Clothing Company P/L (S&H) is a specialist supplier of uniforms, work-wear, protective apparel and apparel services to industry and government. The company is 100% Australian owned dr
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01/09/04 - 360 Degrees Safety has introduced a button down cuff option for a Micromesh shirt. The shirt has traditionally had a knitted cuff, which has a tendency to lose its shape.

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