It’s easy to take everyday essentials for granted – even clothes! For those who wear arc rated flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing on the job, the garments you put on every day protect you from injury - and are the last line of defense in the event of an incident. But how? In our month-long series, FRC: How It’s Made, we’re spotlighting the process to make a FR garment from the fiber and yarn weaving, engineering of FR, all the way to garment manufacturing with videos and commentary from industry experts. After watching this series, you’ll have a new appreciation for everything that goes into making the life-saving clothing you wear every day.
Quality is the foundation of every AR / FR garment we make. Tyndale is proud to manufacture AR / FR garments exclusively in the USA – creating jobs, supporting our economy, and ensuring the highest quality and compliance with industry standards. Follow along in our three-part series we as go through the process of making FR garments - and gain an understanding of why USA-made is so important:
Fiber and Yarn Spinning and Weaving Process
You’ll never look at clothes the same way again, once you’ve had an insider look at how much technology goes into something that seems so simple. Read our post and watch our video to learn more!
Engineering Flame Resistant Clothing
This blog post covers how both inherent and treated fabrics are engineered to be flame resistant and how the properties of these garments greatly reduce the chance for wearer injury. Don’t worry, we’ll explain the specifics in the blog post and video to come.
As experts in manufacturing FR clothing, Tyndale takes readers through the process of manufacturing garments that keep wearers protected from hazards they face on the jobsite.