May 30, 2024

A Bigger, Better Shopping Experience in Texas

At Tyndale our goal is to make it quick and easy for workers to get the quality, comfortable arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing they need to stay safe on the job. Our latest Factory Store & Service Center – our biggest yet – does just that for […]
October 25, 2023

Comfortable Additions to Our Classic Casual Collection

Want to add some variety to the protective clothing you wear each day? Look out for three recent additions to the Classic Casual collection of Tyndale arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing – all designed to help you look and feel good while keeping you safe on the […]
October 24, 2023

Houston, We Have a Bigger and Better Distribution Center!

In December of 2018, Tyndale announced the liftoff of our Distribution Center (DC) in Houston, TX. The new 76,000 square foot warehouse replaced Tyndale’s original Houston DC of 25,000 square feet, allowing for the distribution of your favorite products with shorter lead times. Today, we’re excited to announce the completed […]
October 20, 2023

Now Shipping: New Versa AR / FR Dailywear

Bring the comfort, fit, and performance of your favorite everyday clothing to your protective clothing arsenal. Our Versa Collection offers contemporary styles in exclusive colors that look good, feel good, and protect you on the job. Versa garments are among our most popular items. They’re constructed with the most innovative […]
September 29, 2023

Testing the Heat: Advanced Thermal Analysis Facilities

When it comes to personal protective equipment (PPE) for individuals working in hazardous environments, the importance of arc-rated and flame resistant (AR/FR) clothing cannot be overstated. These specialized garments are designed to protect wearers from arc flash and flash fire hazards encountered in utility, oil and gas, and other industries. […]
September 15, 2023

New Hi-Vis AR/FR Styles Ready to Ship

In recent years demand for high-visibility (“hi-vis”) products has grown by leaps and bounds. This need, particularly with the rapid expansion of the electric vehicle industry, is projected to continue. Recognizing the importance of both protecting workers from arc flash and flash fire hazards AND ensuring they are visible in […]
September 12, 2023

Meet Tyndale’s Latest Technical Talent: Jason Brozen

We are pleased to welcome Jason Brozen to Tyndale as Lead Corporate Safety and Technical Trainer. Jason brings to Tyndale a 28-year career as a Master Electrician. He is a CESCP and has extensive experience in the NFPA 70, 70E, and 70B. Jason has made it his mission to educate […]
September 8, 2023

What’s the Latest from our Proud to Help Committee?

At Tyndale, giving back isn’t just a simple act of kindness; it’s the very fabric of who we are. Led by our Proud to Help Committee, Tyndale employee “members” have taken the initiative to help support our local communities combat widespread concerns such as poverty, disease, environmental impacts, and more. […]
August 21, 2023

Arc Week Season 4, Ep. 1: “Fireball Smith,” the Brandon Smith Story

“I was five minutes away from losing my life.” That’s what doctors told electrician Brandon Smith after he faced an arc flash incident. Pulled from another project to help with a rush job, Brandon was tasked with changing over an old building to a newly-installed transformer. He was wearing a […]
July 28, 2023

Protective Clothing Strategies to Prevent Heat Stress

The heat is on! The Farmer’s Almanac describes the “dog days of summer” – from July 3 to August 11 each year – as the hottest and most unbearable days of the year. And so far, this entire summer has been blistering hot across North America. After a record-breaking June, […]
July 11, 2023

Spin Cycle: 50 Wash Cycles with Liquid Chlorine Bleach on an AR/FR Garment

Welcome to the first episode of our Spin Cycle blog and video series! Join Tyndale’s Vice President of Technical, Scott Margolin, as he takes you through today’s test to determine whether using liquid chlorine bleach during home laundering affects an AR / FR garment’s performance. All labels in arc-rated and […]
July 7, 2023

Spin Cycle: Washing Away AR/FR Home Laundry Misconceptions

Is home laundering safe when it comes to the care and maintenance of arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing? Absolutely! But common sales tactics used by uniform rental companies attempt to convince workers and businesses alike that industrial laundering is a requirement. They likely offer industrial laundry services […]
June 29, 2023

3 Innovative Trends in Workplace Safety

In honor of National Safety Month, we’re taking the time to reflect on how far we’ve come as a community to improve workplace safety for those exposed to arc flash, flash fire, and other hazards. Today, workers harness the power of choice through access to a variety of innovative garment […]
June 20, 2023

EVs and the DC Hazard: NSA Enespro® 40 cal Suit in a DC Arc

What happens in a DC arc when the potential incident energy is high enough to require an arc suit instead of dailywear? We set out to find out. In today’s leading-edge demonstration, we subject an NSA Enespro® 40 cal arc suit to a DC arc with high incident energy. Join […]
June 14, 2023

EVs and the DC Hazard: EBT AR Garment Exposed Above Arc Rating

In our previous episode, we showed you how Tyndale’s FRMC® arc-rated (AR) shirt and jeans perform in a DC arc flash. Explore the Boundaries of DC Arcs Hold on tight as we push the limits! We’re intentionally subjecting an energy breakopen threshold (EBT) AR garment, rated at 9.1 calories, to […]
June 13, 2023

EVs and the DC Hazard: Tyndale FRMC® CAT 2 Outfit in a DC Arc

In our previous episode, we pushed an NSA TECGEN® CAT 2 AR shirt and a pair of AR jeans to their limits by subjecting them to a thrilling DC arc. And they passed with flying colors, effectively extinguishing fire and eliminating any breakopen risks. Get Ready for an Electrifying Episode […]
May 19, 2023

What are the Best Resources for Electrical Safety?

May is National Electrical Safety Month. Each year, electrically related incidents disrupt livelihoods and families due to injuries, deaths, and property losses. Currently, over 750,000 industrial electrical workers are not using proper protection. This number is even more alarming because NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace – […]
May 16, 2023

Combustible Dust Series: Part 7 – OSHA’S Combustible Dust National Emphasis Program Recently Revised

Combustible dust is a significant industrial hazard that can result in catastrophic injuries and loss of life. Since 2007, when they first issued their Combustible Dust National Emphasis Program (NEP), OSHA has focused on protecting the health and safety of workers potentially exposed to combustible dust flash fires and explosions. […]
May 12, 2023

Decoding the Language of Standards: Should vs. Shall

The recent promotion of NFPA 70B from a guide to a standard carries significant implications for electrical maintenance. We recently published a blog that reviews this status change in detail. This upgrade is an opportune time to address a question we often receive: In the context of industry standards, what’s […]
May 9, 2023

The Rise of Electrification: OSHA’s Revisiting of Arc Flash Guidance

Tyndale’s Rise of Electrification series highlights the growing demand for electricians in the United States. In parts one and two, we discussed the significance of this trend and its implications for the industry. Partnership for Electrical Safety Pushes for Updated Electrical Safety Standards To ensure the safety of as many […]
May 5, 2023

What are Tyndale’s Top Safety Tips for Summer 2023?

Summer is right around the corner! And while we typically enjoy many fun summertime activities, such as going to the beach, hiking, and camping, the season also presents some safety issues. Stormy weather, heat-related illnesses, skin damage from the sun’s UV rays, and bug bites require extra precautions, which are […]
April 28, 2023

Extra, Extra! Tyndale and Dovetail Provide Leading Utility with Women’s Protective Workwear

A recent article shared on Dovetail Workwear’s website, shared that fortune 1000 public utility, Portland General Electric (PGE) partnered with Tyndale Enterprises, Inc. (Tyndale) and Dovetail Workwear to provide their employees with high-quality flame-resistant (FR) women’s workwear.  When introducing Dovetail Workwear as an option within PGE’s Tyndale managed clothing program, […]
April 26, 2023

The Rise of Electrification: How it’s Transforming the Job Market for Electricians

Welcome to The Rise of Electrification, a three-part series that explores the current state of electrification in the US and studies several key impacts of the growing demand for electricity both now and in the near future. The world is currently in the midst of an electrification revolution. Electrification refers […]
April 21, 2023

How to Remove Stains from AR / FR Clothing

Working in a profession that requires you to wear flame resistant and arc-rated (AR / FR) clothing is serious business. You’re exposed to potential risks and hazards on a regular basis, so you must be prepared with the right gear. But what do you do when your trusted AR / […]
April 18, 2023

Tyndale Honors Linemen April 18th for National Lineman Appreciation Day

National Lineman Appreciation Day was celebrated for the first time in 2013 after the U.S. Senate approved Resolution 95 recognizing and honoring linemen for the “contributions of these brave men and women who protect public safety.” Join Tyndale today along with electric utilities, friends, and family across the nation in […]
April 6, 2023

What Changes Now That NFPA 70B is a Standard?

Did you hear the news? NFPA 70B, Standard for Electrical Equipment Maintenance, was recently upgraded from a guide – that is a recommended practice indicating what you should do – to a standard,  making it a requirement indicating what you shall do. In our last post we took a look […]
February 28, 2023

Dangers of Improper Wear Flash Fire: Episode 3 – Flammable Outerwear + Cotton Base Layer

Flash fires are unpredictable and can leave little to no time for people to react. Hence, the right clothing is crucial to protect oneself from intense heat, flames, and potential injury. In this episode of Dangers of Improper Wear: Flash Fire, Scott Margolin, Tyndale’s Vice President of Corporate Strategy & […]
February 22, 2023

Dangers of Improper Wear Flash Fire: Episode 2 – Unzipped FR Coveralls

Flash fires are one of the most dangerous hazards in the workplace, and they can cause serious injuries or even fatalities if proper precautions are not taken. In this blog post, we will discuss the risks of improperly wearing protective clothing – specifically unzipped flame resistant (FR) coveralls – in […]
February 14, 2023

Dangers of Improper Wear Flash Fire: Episode 1 – Wearing Flammable Clothing

Welcome to episode 1 of our Dangers of Improper Wear: Flash Fire blog and video series. Let’s join our guide, Tyndale’s Vice President of Corporate Strategy & Technical, as he explains today’s improper wear topic: wearing flammable clothing – as opposed to flame resistant clothing (FRC) – when exposed to […]
February 1, 2023

What is a Stoll Curve?

As a woman-owned company, Tyndale is dedicated to celebrating and supporting women in the industry. Our popular Women in Power Series shines a light on the growing number of women working in the field today. But whether in the spotlight or behind the scenes, women have played an integral role […]
January 20, 2023

The Top 5 FR FAQ’s of 2022

In case you needed another reason to love Fridays, here’s a good one: it’s our FR FAQ day! Every Friday, we promote a blog post highlighting the answer to a frequently-asked question (FAQ). In each, you’ll find helpful information on topics like the hazards you face, the arc-rated and flame […]
January 12, 2023

Tyndale’s Top Products of 2022

As we leave 2022 behind, we have compiled the year’s statistics to see which Tyndale items were our top sellers. Looking for a new favorite arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) garment or two to add to your 2023 wardrobe? Check out the list below for our most popular […]
January 6, 2023

Trending in 2022: Tyndale’s Top 5 Blogs & Videos

At Tyndale, arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing is our core competency, enabling us to leverage our expertise and 40+ years of experience to provide valuable educational resources to protect workers. Our industry-leading blog and videos provide in-depth educational content to answer technical questions and address common safety […]
January 3, 2023

OSHA’s Top 10 Safety Violations List for Fiscal Year 2022

In the new year, make it your resolution to improve your company’s workplace safety. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released its Top 10 most frequently cited standards for the fiscal year (FY) of 2022, which runs from Oct. 1, 2021 to Sept. 30, 2022. This list is a […]
November 30, 2022

Women in Power: How Tina and Melinda from Carhartt Company Gear Address Trends in Women’s PPE

Michigan natives, Tina Picciuto-Norris and Melinda Fabry, Global Product Design Manager and PPE Merchandiser from Carhartt Company Gear share what led them to their careers at the leading workwear brand in this two-for-one interview. Tune in to interview 9, hosted by Tyndale’s Director of Online Marketing and Events, Sarah Steel: […]
November 11, 2022

Lockout/Tagout Makes OSHA’s Top 10 Safety Violations List for Fiscal Year 2022 – Again

OSHA’s preliminary list of the Top 10 Safety Violations for 2022 has been announced, and lockout/tagout made the list again. With 1,977 violations cited related to OSHA 1910.147 – the control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout) – noncompliance with this standard comes in sixth place on the list of most frequently […]
November 4, 2022

UPDATE: Where does OSHA Stand on Expanding Protections for Indoor Electricians?

More than 500,000 Americans working on or near energized industrial electrical equipment today do not have protection from deadly arc flash hazards, despite safety standards that have been in place for over 20 years. The Partnership for Electrical Safety (PES) – a network comprised of Tyndale and 10 other industry leaders, united […]
October 21, 2022

How Do I Navigate Protective Footwear Supply-Chain Challenges?

We’re all well aware of current supply chain disruptions in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. Go into almost any store, and you can’t help but notice the empty shelves once filled with your favorite products. But if you or your workers wear protective footwear to stay safe on the […]
October 11, 2022

Combustible Dust Series: Part 6 – The Top 5 Factors to Consider for Your FR Clothing Supplier

Now that we’ve learned, in Part 5 of this series, about the key characteristics of NFPA-compliant flame resistant clothing to protect workers against combustible dust hazards, let’s turn our attention to sourcing these garments. Ensuring your workers are protected and compliant with industry standards is not something you want to […]
October 7, 2022

Top 3 Trends in Women’s PPE

As women play an increasingly important role in fields like the energy sector, utilities, and manufacturing, the protective apparel they wear is constantly evolving and improving. As recently as ten years ago it was difficult to find arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) protective apparel or EH-rated boots made […]
October 4, 2022

Tyndale’s Top Picks This Season – New FRC for Men and Women

Tyndale’s Classic Casual and Versa Collections have gained additions that wearers won’t want to miss. At Tyndale Headquarters, our Design and Manufacturing teams put their heads together to create four new garments that expand Tyndale’s women’s and men’s offering, enhance product quality, and provide an outerwear garment that allows wearers […]
September 30, 2022

Best Tyndale FR Pants for Men

Protective Men’s Pant Options from the Tyndale Arc Rated and Flame Resistant Clothing Line You know what protection level your arc rated and flame resistant (AR/FR) jeans or pants need to meet, now for how they look and feel. Protection, style, and fit are the three important factors when it […]
September 23, 2022

Best Tyndale FR Pants for Women

Women’s Protective Pant Options from the Tyndale Arc-Rated and Flame Resistant Clothing Line You know what protection level your arc rated and flame resistant (AR/FR) jeans or pants need to meet, now for how they look and feel. Protection, style, and fit are the three important factors when it comes […]
September 20, 2022

Women in Power: Susan Glynn – Embracing Experiences and Challenges to Lead Ariat’s Women’s Workwear Line

As the first member of Ariat’s apparel team, Susan Glynn reflects on her 20-year career at the women-owned performance apparel brand while reminiscing on inspiration from her past that have driven her to excel in her current role as Vice President of Apparel Design and Development. Susan shares how her […]
August 31, 2022

Arc Week Season 3, Ep. 3: Great Balls of Fire – Live at the Arc Ratings Lab

We’re taking you on a journey to spend a day in the arc ratings lab, and what better way to do it than to take you to the facility that makes it all happen? Kinectrics is the world’s leader in life cycle management for the electric utility industry, and where […]
August 30, 2022

Arc Week Season 3, Ep. 2: Return to the Danger Zone – Determining Arc Flash Energy Part 2

In today’s episode, we’re diving right in to the three remaining variables that determine arc incident energy level. Watch the video below, featuring your Arc Week host, Scott Margolin as he explains what fighter jets, shark teeth, and shark feeding zones have in common with cycle time, arc gap, and […]
August 29, 2022

Arc Week Season 3, Ep. 1: Welcome to the Danger Zone – Determining Arc Flash Energy Part 1

Arcs are clearly dangerous, but the question is, how dangerous? How do we determine how big a given arc, at a given set of energies, out of a given piece of equipment will be? What is arc incident energy? Arc incident energy is the potential magnitude of an arc flash. […]
August 24, 2022

From the Bottom Up: Arc Week Season 3

It’s that time of year again, Arc Week Season 3 is here and filled with content you won’t want to miss, plus references to a movie some might consider Tom Cruise’s best work. As we dive into the danger zone, Scott Margolin, your Arc Week Host and Tyndale’s VP of […]
August 23, 2022

Combustible Dust Series: Part 4 – Is FR Clothing Needed for a Combustible Dust Hazard?

In Part 3 of this series, we learned about the specified methods to mitigate combustible dust hazards, including building design, equipment design, controlling ignition sources, and dust control measures. But what happens if, despite all mitigation efforts, a combustible dust flash fire or explosion occurs? What is the last line […]
August 9, 2022

Combustible Dust Series: Part 3 – What Are the Mitigation Methods for Combustible Dust?

In Part 2 of this series, we learned that NFPA 652, Standard on the Fundamentals of Combustible Dust, provides basic principles and requirements regarding identifying and managing flash fire and explosion hazards due to combustible dust. NFPA 652 requires owners to conduct a Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA) where combustible dusts […]
August 3, 2022

Introducing Front Line Fabric’s Groundbreaking Regulator™ FR Fabric

Introducing the first of its kind – fabric that keeps you warm in cool weather and cool in hot weather –the iFR Regulator™ flame resistant fabric from Front Line Fabrics (FLF) Brought to Tyndale by FLF , makers of Tyndale’s exclusive FRMC® inherent flame resistant (FR) fabrics, the new Regulator™ fabric […]
July 26, 2022

Combustible Dust Series: Part 2 – What Is a Dust Hazard Analysis?

As we learned in Part 1 of this series, catastrophic flash fires and explosions can occur from the ignition of airborne dust composed of material that may not be flammable except when in the form of powder. Recognizing and understanding the potential combustibility of dust present in a facility is […]
July 19, 2022

Women in Power: Candice Onraët’s Strategy for Success in the Oil and Gas Industry

Though women comprise just 22% of the utility workforce compared to 47% in other industries, we’re spotlighting the power of each individual spark to ignite change. Follow along with our Women in Power series as we celebrate and empower women leading the way in a wide range of careers where […]
July 1, 2022

What is Combustible Dust?

Combustible dust is a hazard that can result in devastating fires, explosions, injuries, and fatalities. According to DustEx Research Ltd., since 2016, when combustible dust incident reporting was first launched, an average of 133 fires, 30 explosions, and 36 injuries per year have occurred per year in the United States […]
June 24, 2022

What’s New with Tyndale’s Garment Labels?

Garment labels for all kinds of clothing are essential to ensure you’ve received the correct size and have instructions for caring for and washing the garment properly. While standard labeling for arc-rated and flame-resistant (AR / FR) clothing is equally important, we believe that labeling for garments that protect workers […]
June 17, 2022

What’s the Difference Between a Test, Practice, Guide, and Specification?

Navigating your way through the language in a standard can be dizzying enough. Add the fact that there are several different types of standards and it’s easy to get a little lost. This is why we’re taking the time to share the six different types of standards under ASTM while […]
June 3, 2022

What are Heat Stress Causes, Symptoms, and Solutions?

As reported in a recent blog, OSHA has issued a National Emphasis Program (NEP) to protect workers from the dangers of heat-related illnesses. This summer, OSHA is proactively looking for violations in 70 targeted high-risk industries when a heat warning or advisory has been issued in the area. This initiative […]
June 2, 2022

What is OSHA’s New National Emphasis Program on Heat Stress?

Summer is here, and the heat is on. And for the first time ever, OSHA has issued a National Emphasis Program (NEP) to protect workers from the dangers of heat-related illnesses. This means that OSHA is prioritizing this hazard, proactively looking for violations in 70 targeted high-risk industries such as […]
May 27, 2022

How Does Tyndale Ensure Continuous Business Productivity?

How prioritizing our member’s workplace health and happiness contributes to the overall success of our business productivity. At Tyndale, we’re continuously working to raise the bar, and we’re proud of our proven history of innovation – with an unwavering focus on enhancing our customers’ experience within each unique managed program […]
May 19, 2022

Women in Power: Why Alicia Rogers Chooses to Work Outside Her Home State

Alicia Rogers had many jobs before she landed her career as a lineman but there was always one element missing – being outdoors. A job in the tree industry, cutting tree limbs away from power lines, initially sparked her interest in linework. After two years on a waiting list, she […]
May 13, 2022

What is the NSUJL?

NSUJL stands for the National Sisterhood United for Journeymen Linemen, an nonprofit organization started in 2012 by a group of linewives who were motivated to help families of fallen and injured lineworkers. Today the organization is dedicated to assisting fallen or injured IBEW Journeymen Linemen, Utility Linemen, Apprentice Linemen, Groundmen, […]
May 10, 2022

Women in Power: Tamara Caponegro – Insights from a Woman Who Knows PPE for Women Who Wear PPE

As Vice President of Sales at Tyndale for more than 15 years, Tamara Caponegro has had a front row seat in the industry’s progress toward better serving women in the field – and has played an active role. Hear from Tamara in her own words about her own career as […]
May 6, 2022

What are Tyndale’s Top Tips for Summertime Safety?

At long last, summer is almost here. Although we may look forward to days at the beach, outdoor events, and other fun ways to soak up the sunshine, we must also prepare for some summertime nuisances that can turn into health and safety issues if not kept in check. As […]
April 27, 2022

Customer Spotlight: ”The key is rentals don’t work.”

Since developing and establishing Managed Apparel Programs as the industry benchmark over 40 years ago, Tyndale is now the trusted supplier of flame resistant clothing (FRC) for 5 of the top 9 Fortune 500 drilling companies in the US – and we have a 99% customer retention rate! Why do […]
April 21, 2022

Can Flame Resistance Be Washed Out of My AR/FR Clothing?

If you’ve ever wondered if the flame resistance can be washed out of your arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing, you’re in good company – this is one of the top 3 questions we receive! The short answer? Everything Tyndale sells – whether made or distributed by us […]
April 19, 2022

Women in Power: Kori Wormsbecker’s Energizing  Career as a Local Gas Representative

Kori Wormsbecker wasn’t actively seeking a career as a local gas representative until the opportunity to shadow a neighbor who worked in the field presented itself. She received a business management degree from Idaho State University, and up until her apprenticeship in 2012, Kori worked in the call center at […]
April 8, 2022

Have you stocked up on your lightweight FRC for summer? 

Summer temperatures have already arrived in some areas of the country, signaling it’s time to order your lightweight arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing early. Aside from making sure you’re weather-ready for those random extra warm spring days, beating the rush of summer orders is important for many […]
April 5, 2022

Women in Power: Sara Olsen’s Fiery Career as a Woman in the AR / FR Clothing Industry

Sara Olsen has worked in the personal protective equipment (PPE) industry for over 15 years, but it isn’t a career she set out to do. What started as an interest in knitting, fibers, and fabrics turned into an M.Sc. degree in textile and apparel science from the University of Alberta. […]
April 1, 2022

How are Safety Clothing Brands Closing the Gap in Women’s PPE?

If you’re a woman required to wear arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing, you may have experienced a lack of appealing PPE options specifically designed for you. While improvements have been made to enhance the women’s safety apparel and PPE offering, this continues to be a concern for […]
March 29, 2022

Proud to Protect Canada – Episode 4: Flash Fire Hazards

In previous episodes of our Proud to Protect Canada Series, we learned about arc flash hazards and CSA Z462, the Canadian safety standard that governs arc flash. In this episode, we’ll turn our attention to another extremely dangerous type of thermal hazard: flash fire. This type of hazard is present […]
March 18, 2022

Introducing Tyndale’s Women in Power Series

Did you know that women comprise just 22% of the utility workforce compared to 47% nationwide in other industries? We set out to better understand how to support the women who are succeeding in non-traditional occupations in industries like manufacturing, construction, utilities, and oil and gas. And what better way […]
March 9, 2022

Is Your AR/FR Wardrobe Ready for Spring?

Spring, is that you starting to creep in? Warmer weather is around the corner, and not a minute too soon. Now, as the seasons start to change, is a perfect time to tackle some spring cleaning for your arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing wardrobe. Scott Margolin, Vice […]
February 18, 2022

BREAKING: What’s the Latest from OSHA and PES on Arc Flash?

Advancements have been made since this blog was published. Please CLICK HERE for the latest.   More than 500,000 of Americans working on or near energized industrial electrical equipment today do not have protection from the deadly arc flash hazard, despite safety standards that have been in place for over […]
February 4, 2022

How Tyndale Minimizes the Impact of Supply Chain Challenges: Part 3 – Price

In this third and final post in the series, we share how we’ve worked to limit price increases, so you get the protective clothing you need, when you need it, at a competitive price. Let’s hear from Tyndale’s VP of Technical, Scott Margolin:   Inventory, Buying Early, and Choice As […]
January 28, 2022

How Tyndale Minimizes the Impact of Supply Chain Challenges: Part 2 – Labor

In this post and in the video below, we share how our focus on workforce retention translates to you getting what you need, when you need it! Let’s hear from Tyndale’s VP of Technical, Scott Margolin: Our People are a Core Value As Scott says, while other suppliers may be […]
January 21, 2022

How Tyndale Minimizes the Impact of Supply Chain Challenges: Part 1 – Inventory

Arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing and PPE suppliers have not been immune to supply chain disruptions leading to insufficient inventory, but some suppliers have fared better than others. Fortunately, you can choose to partner with Tyndale, a financially stable AR / FR clothing supplier that has taken […]
January 18, 2022

Top 3 Recent Changes to AR/FR Clothing Standards

As you know, the ongoing pandemic has impacted every single area of life. As a result, it is no surprise that the past two years have been relatively quiet in terms of major changes to safety standards with impact to arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing requirements. Tyndale […]
January 11, 2022

Best in Show – Our Top Products of 2021

As we look ahead to 2022, we’re also looking back at the highlights of 2021. We recently recapped our viewers’ favorite blog articles and most-watched videos this past year. But what were the most popular Tyndale products of the year? Our inventory planning experts dug into the data: Top Men’s […]
January 7, 2022

Drumroll Please…Our Top 5 Blogs & Videos of 2021

At Tyndale we’re committed to providing not only quality products and reliable service, but also in-depth education and industry leadership. We work diligently all year long to create new and engaging resources that make it easy to expand your knowledge and better protect yourself and your workers. As we look […]
December 30, 2021

Giving Back in 2021: Tyndale’s Proud to Help Outreach

The holiday season is a season of giving, but at Tyndale, being of service to others is at the very essence of our organization throughout the entire year. In 2021 Tyndale employee “members” continued to make a difference through volunteering, advocacy, and fundraising efforts led by our Proud to Help […]
December 17, 2021

OSHA’s Top 10 Safety Violations List for Fiscal Year 2021

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… at least that’s how the song goes. Festivities aside, it is the perfect time to evaluate safety in your workplace and make resolutions for improvement in 2022. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has announced its preliminary Top 10 most frequently […]
December 7, 2021

How to Layer for Warmth in the Winter

Creating a safe work environment for workers goes beyond ensuring compliance with industry safety standards related to both electrical arc and flash fire hazards – it also means guaranteeing workers are comfortable so that they can perform their duties properly. During the winter months, when workers find themselves in various […]
December 3, 2021

6 Tips to Combat Cold Stress

Think cold stress is only dangerous to the person becoming affected? Think again. Cold stress can dramatically slow reaction times – leading to an industrial accident. Scott Margolin, Vice President of Technical, shares six key tips for keeping yourself and others safe this winter:   So what can you do […]
November 22, 2021

Tyndale Recognized as a Top Workplace by the Houston Chronicle

The list is out, and we’re on it! Tyndale’s distribution center in Houston, TX has been recognized by the Houston Chronicle as a Top Workplace – based on a survey of our employee “members” conducted by Energage. An independent third-party organization dedicated to capturing, studying, and sharing best practices around […]
November 16, 2021

The Dangers of Improper Wear: Episode 11 – Flammable Contaminants

You’re wearing the right PPE, and you’re wearing it properly – tucked, button, layered appropriately, etc. – what can go wrong? Well, if you’re exposed to a flammable substance, and your PPE is contaminated with such a substance, you are at risk of injury in the event of an arc […]
November 12, 2021

Can Arc Ratings Be Added to Calculate Protection?

Tyndale-made arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) garments feature an external label to indicate the garment’s protective ratings. These ratings explain two critical pieces of information about your AR / FR clothing: The Calorie Rating (CAL) – the level of protection the garment delivers The PPE Category (CAT) –  […]
November 9, 2021

The Dangers of Improper Wear: Episode 10 – Non-FR Hoodie Over AR/FR Clothing

If you’ve ever been tempted to reach for a non-FR hoodie to wear over your AR / FR to the jobsite on a chilly morning, you’re not alone: unfortunately, this mistake is common – especially in fall and spring, when it tends to be chilly in the morning and warms […]
November 5, 2021

What Are the Changes to ASTM F2413-18?

If the PPE you wear each day includes protective footwear, you’ve probably noticed the ASTM F2413 label in one of your safety shoes or work boots. ASTM F2413 defines minimum performance requirements for footwear to protect against various workplace hazards. Updates were made to this standard in 2018, resulting in […]
November 2, 2021

The Dangers of Improper Wear: Episode 9 – The Chimney Effect

On the jobsite, head to toe coverage is critical for complete, lifesaving protection. In Episode 4 of The Dangers of Improper Wear – Untucked AR / FR Shirts, we looked at Flash Fire and Arc Flash Safety Standards to confirm that YES, you should always tuck in your arc-rated and […]
October 29, 2021

What Do Companies Say About Tyndale as a Supplier?

At Tyndale, we have five core values that drive our mission, support our decisions, and are key to our successes. One of these core values is “The Customer.” Each and every decision at Tyndale is made according to its impact on our existing and potential customers. We strive for internal […]
October 22, 2021

Introducing Our Series Resource Hub

Did you catch How it’s Tested, a look behind the scenes at the protective clothing and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) your trust with your life? What about Arc Week, our week-long educational look at the world of arc flash safety, risk protection, and PPE through the lens of Discovery’s Shark […]
October 15, 2021

Tyndale’s Top 3 PPE Accessories to Combat Cold Weather and Illness

As we move toward colder weather it’s important to make sure that you have the outerwear that you need to keep you warm through the winter season. But even more, this year in particular it’s important to order your outerwear early because of the global supply and demand shock caused […]
October 7, 2021

Spicing-up the Tyndale Product Offering This Fall

We’re spicing up our product offering with new Tyndale items coming fall 2021 and early 2022. These new flame resistant (FR) clothing options enhance comfort, while offering durability, and most importantly, protection.  From jeans that fit all body types comfortably to layering options for cool weather – we’ve added one […]
September 28, 2021

The Dangers of Improper Wear: Episode 8 – Why a Partially Unbuttoned AR Shirt May Not Fully Protect

Join our host, Scott Margolin, as he uncovers the consequences of failing to fully button your arc-rated or flame resistant (AR/FR) shirt. Improperly wearing your AR / FR clothing could be the difference between injury or leaving the jobsite safely if exposed to an arc flash or flash fire hazard. […]
September 24, 2021

Congress Urges OSHA to Act on AR / FR Clothing for Industrial Electricians

An arc flash can reach temperatures four times hotter than the surface of the sun, but we can avoid virtually all fatal and catastrophic arc flash injuries with arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing. Why? Because the worst outcomes are not caused by the arc itself, but by […]
September 21, 2021

The Dangers of Improper Wear: Episode 7 – Missing the AR Garment and Hazard Match

The common theme in our Dangers of Improper Wear series is ensuring that the garments you put on each day are worn properly and provide adequate protection against the hazards you face at work. Whether you’re faced with potential flash fire or arc flash hazards, wearing protective gear properly could […]
September 17, 2021

How Long has Tyndale Been in Business?

On September 4, 2021, Tyndale celebrated its 40-year anniversary. Since 1981, Tyndale has supplied increasingly personalized, coordinated, and convenient arc-rated and flame resistant clothing (AR / FR) solutions to leading corporations and their employees. We are exceptionally proud of this milestone and what it means to play a key role […]
September 14, 2021

The Dangers of Improper Wear: Episode 6 – Consequences of Using the Wrong Rainwear Standard

Dress Confidently for Arc-flash Hazards with ASTM F1891-Rated Protective Rainwear Before you invest in arc-rated or flame resistant (AR / FR) rainwear it is important you’re aware of the standard that the garment passes to allow it to make its FR claim. Specifically, rainwear tested to ASTM D6413, the “Vertical […]
September 7, 2021

The Dangers of Improper Wear: Episode 5 – Non-AR Outerwear Over CAT 2 Garments

In today’s episode, we’re looking at the consequences of wearing flammable outerwear over AR garments. In this case, a flammable high-visibility vest and jacket over CAT 2 arc-rated (AR) dailywear. The video below graphically shows the consequences of wearing flammable clothing over quality AR clothing. So, be sure to watch […]
September 3, 2021

How do You Stay Up to Speed on Industry Information?

We’re so excited to celebrate Tyndale 500! Not quite the famous, 500-mile racecar event you may be familiar with. We recently reached (and quickly exceeded) 500 posts on HERE, our industry-leading blog! All thanks to you – our readers – for cheering us on! Unlike Daytona, we’re not stopping at […]
August 31, 2021

Dangers of Improper Wear: Episode 4 – Untucked AR/FR Shirts

Are You Required to Tuck-in Your AR / FR Shirt? The answer is YES, you should always tuck-in your arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) shirts. We’ll show you why it’s so important in this week’s episode from our Dangers of Improper Wear series. Watch the video below for […]
August 27, 2021

Arc Week Season 2, Ep. 5: Respect Your Environment – Swimming with Sharks and Working with Arcs

In this episode, our host Scott Margolin, Vice President of Technical, is on location in Jupiter, Florida, where he’s joined by arc flash experts Hugh Hoagland of ArcWear and Kinectrics, Rich Gojdics of Enespro PPE, and Jason Iannelli of the Electrical Training Alliance (ETA) and International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers […]
August 26, 2021

Arc Week Season 2, Ep. 4: Famous Sharks & Arcs Through History

In this episode, Special guest Duane Siders, Chief Revenue Officer at National Safety Apparel (NSA), joins Tyndale’s Scott Margolin to look back at some of the most famous arcs in history – and how far we’ve come. But not before we look back at some of the most famous sharks […]
August 25, 2021

Arc Week Season 2, Ep. 3: “You’re Gonna Need a Bigger Boat” – CAT 3 & 4 Arc Flash Suits

So far, we’ve taken a look at PPE for CAT 1 & 2 tasks and layering for hazards above CAT 2 (from 8-20 cal/cm2). Today, our host Scott Margolin is joined by special guest Rich Gojdics, Vice President of Business Development at Enespro PPE, to answer frequently-asked questions about PPE […]
August 24, 2021

Arc Week Season 2, Ep. 2: Hidden Dangers – 3 Things to Know About Layering Above CAT 2

In both shark diving and industrial electrical work, risks exist on a scale. As we learned in Episode 1, when we recognize a greater hazard, we must increase our personal protective equipment (PPE) – including our arc-rated (AR) clothing system and other PPE – accordingly. For hazards above CAT 2 […]
August 23, 2021

Arc Week Season 2, Ep. 1: Shark-Rated vs. Arc-Rated – Matching PPE to the Hazard

Today, we’re taking a deep dive on personal protective equipment (PPE): Do I need it? When? What PPE do I need, and how do I match it to the hazard? Believe it or not, swimming with sharks can tell us a lot about PPE for working with arcs and how […]
August 20, 2021

Do Zippers and Buttons Factor into Ebt Ratings?

Thanks to everyone who submitted questions to be answered in our FR FAQ series. The question we’re answering today was submitted by Charlie S. from Pennsylvania, who asks: What effect do zippers and buttons have on arc ratings, specifically break open ratings? As you may know, there are two ways […]
August 19, 2021

Diving Deeper: Arc Week Season 2

Arc Week is back, and better than ever. This year, we’re taking the action to new depths; throughout the week we’ll be joined by a number of industry experts, who will share their expertise with us. And, at the end of the week, they’ll all join us for an actual […]
August 13, 2021

Should Layered AR / FR Clothing Be Tucked in?

Thanks to everyone who submitted questions to be answered in our FR FAQ series. The question we’re answering today was submitted by Derek S. from Arizona. It is: Do I need to tuck in my arc-rated / flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing while wearing an AR / FR base […]
July 27, 2021

Dangers of Improper Wear: Arc Flash

Mistakes happen. But mistakes made when it comes to how you wear your arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing can mean the difference between walking away from an accident and being seriously injured – or worse – in such an event. Follow our Dangers of Improper Wear series […]
July 20, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 21 – Insulating Rubber Gloves

Electrical insulating gloves provide important protection against serious injury and even death. That’s why in this week’s episode of How It’s Tested, glove expert and VP of International Sales and Marketing at National Safety Apparel, Vladimir Ostrovsky, joins us to discuss all things related to insulating gloves. Tune in as […]
July 13, 2021

Product Highlights from Tyndale’s Versa Collection

Looking for comfortable AND stylish arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing? Tyndale has you covered. Tyndale created the stylish and comfortable yet protective, Versa line of FR garments. Listen along as Manager of Product Development, Pam Costello, highlights some of the lines most popular garments from the line […]
July 1, 2021

What is Protex?

Flame-resistant (FR) innovation spans centuries, with the concept of flame-resistant materials dating back to ancient Greece. Our modern understanding of FR has advanced substantially over the past 25 years. Today we’re discussing a fiber brand that has been a part of almost every major FR innovation over the past decade. […]
June 29, 2021

Product Highlights from Tyndale’s Workwear Collection

Tyndale’s Workwear Collection offers proven products for men and women designed to deliver rugged and durable protection – great for tough working conditions. These garments are functional and professional, perfect for on the job. Listen while Pam Costello, Tyndale’s Product Development Manager, offers insight on the top selling products from […]
June 24, 2021

Have AR/FR Questions? We Have the Answers.

FR FAQ is one of our most popular email series here at Tyndale. Every Friday, we pick an unanswered question about arc-rated flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing and do deep-dive explaining topics from proper wear, best practices, safety standards, and requirements, to how your AR / FR clothing protects […]
June 11, 2021

How has OSHA Advanced Worker Safety for 50 Years?

Formed in 1971, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has drastically reduced fatalities, injuries, and illnesses of American workers in the workplace. We’re leveraging the expertise of our arc-flash and flash fire subject matter expert, Scott Margolin, to review how OSHA has supported the industries affected by arc-flash and […]
June 8, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 19 – ASTM F2178, Arc-Rated Eye and Face Protection

If you work alongside the arc flash hazard, chances are you’re used to wearing a balaclava and face shield – particularly when you’re completing PPE category (CAT) 1 and CAT 2 work. Have you ever wondered how these items are tested, or what standard ensures these items – as well […]
June 4, 2021

What is the Partnership for Electrical Safety?

If you didn’t know, June is National Safety Month. As we discuss all things safety this month, we’ve decided to take a moment to focus on a new player in the electrical safety market, The Partnership for Electrical Safety (PES). So what is the Partnership for Electrical Safety (PES)? Very […]
June 1, 2021

What is Tyndale Doing to Further Electrical Safety?

May was National Electrical Safety month and today marks the beginning of National Safety Council’s Safety Month, but at Tyndale protecting workers from arc flash is at the heart of what we do every moment of every day. Beyond providing lifesaving arc-rated (AR) clothing and PPE to thousands of electricians, […]
May 28, 2021

How Does Tyndale Support Its Industry Partners?

As both a manufacturer and distributor, Tyndale prides itself on offering the best product choice in the industry, which supports compliance and satisfaction through our unique arc rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing programs. In order to continue offering extensive choice, we are proud to partner with leading […]
May 25, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 18 – ‘EH’ Two Letters That Shouldn’t Be Taken Lightly

Joining us again for this episode of How It’s Tested is Heath Hunter, Director of Industrial Sales at Ariat. Heath brings his protective footwear expertise to our discussion on electrical hazard (EH) rated boots. In part 1 of our How It’s Tested series on protective footwear we touched on impact […]
May 21, 2021

Do High-Visibility Garments Attract Bees?

After months of cold weather, we’re turning a corner. The warmer weather brings sun and fun, but also insects, specifically bees. Today, let’s join Tyndale’s Vice President of Technical, Scott Margolin as he answers the important question: do high-visibility garments attract bees? First, let’s dive into how bees operate. While […]
May 18, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 17 – Why Footwear Testing Matters

We’re getting into the nitty gritty of testing to explain how protective footwear is tested! You’ll first need to know which two standards govern protective footwear. These standards are ASTM F2412, Standard Test Methods for Foot Protection and ASTM F2413, Standard Specification for Performance Requirements for Protective (Safety) Toe Cap […]
May 11, 2021

How it’s Tested: Episode 16 – ANSI 107 and High-Visibility Garments

High-visibility AR / FR clothing is an important category of personal protective equipment (PPE) because it not only protects you from arc flash and/or flash fire hazards but it enhances your visibility as you perform important job functions. This is particularly important in low-light and/or high-traffic areas. ANSI/ISEA 107 provides […]
May 7, 2021

Does AR / FR Clothing Contribute to Heat Stress?

Summer is right around the corner, which means the heat is coming! With warmer weather comes questions around heat-related illnesses and whether or not wearing arc-rated and flame-resistant (AR / FR) protective apparel contributes to heat stress. What is heat stress? Heat stress occurs after you’ve been exposed to high […]
April 30, 2021

What Predicts Comfort in a Garment?

Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to make accurate predictions for the things that matter most? Tyndale can’t give you the winning lottery numbers but we can tell you exactly how to best predict comfort in your arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) garments, which leads to other […]
April 20, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 15 – Fabric Color Tests

So far, our How It’s Tested series has covered everything from critical tests related to the protective qualities of arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) garments, to why you should care about the tests your garments pass. Now, we’re diving into some topics that you might be less familiar […]
April 16, 2021

Which Standards Should My FR Rainwear Pass?

If you’re specifying or purchasing arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) rainwear, it’s critical that you know which standards are used to make compliance claims. Tyndale strongly recommends against accepting or purchasing FR rainwear that is only using ASTM D6413, the vertical flame test, to make those claims. Which […]
April 15, 2021

Celebrating 5 Years as a Top Workplace

If your reaction to the last year was “one star, do not recommend,” you’re certainly not alone. That is why we’re especially humbled to have received a FIVE STAR rating from our employee “members” as one of the Philadelphia area’s “Best Places to Work” – for the fifth year in […]
April 13, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 14 – ASTM F2733 for Flash Fire Rainwear

Our How It’s Tested series recently covered why ASTM F1891 is the critical compliance criteria specific to arc-rated (AR) rainwear, so this week we’re covering the flash fire rainwear equivalent – ASTM F2733. ASTM F2733 is the standard specification for flame resistant (FR) rainwear for protection against flame hazards. Beware […]
April 6, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 13 – Why ASTM F1891 is the Critical Compliance Criteria for AR Rainwear

ASTM F1891 is the Standard Specification for Arc rated (AR) and Flame Resistant (FR) Rainwear – and you don’t want to confuse it with ASTM F 1506 (AR Clothing) or D6413 (Vertical Flame). ASTM F1891 provides test methods, performance criteria and purchasing information for rainwear designed to protect workers from […]
March 30, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 12 – What Does It Mean to be UL Certified?

If you’ve been following our How it’s Tested series, you’ve learned about the four (4) main NFPA 2112 tests, and the “other” or lesser-known tests and our series continues with UL certification. Did you know that 2112 garment compliance requires third-party certification? But, the tests we’ve previously covered are fabric […]
March 26, 2021

Does a Non-FR Base Layer Count Toward Arc Rating?

Questioning whether or not your non-flame resistant (non-FR base layer counts towards a system arc rating? This blog post gives you the answer and helps you determine the proper garments to wear as a base layer when calculating a layered arc rating. The answer is no – a non-FR base […]
March 23, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 11 – The “Other” NFPA 2112 Tests

If you’ve been following our How it’s Tested series, you’re aware of the four (4) main NFPA 2112 tests. But, did you know there are a dozen other tests that help determine garment performance? Today we’re diving into some of these other tests, and explaining why they are so important. […]
March 19, 2021

How Do I Know My FRC is Free of Harsh Chemicals?

A lot goes into making arc rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) garments, as you may have gathered after watching our How It’s Made series. And rightfully so – AR / FR clothing is your last line of defense, protecting you from injury in the event of an arc […]
March 16, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 10 – The Pass/Fail Tests in NFPA 2112

We’re breaking down the various tests in NFPA 2112 for flash fire protection. Now that we’ve taken a closer look at “the Manikin Test” (ASTM F1930) – the most well-known of the tests, we’re turning our attention to the other three main fabric tests in the standard. Scott Margolin, Vice […]
March 9, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 9 – ASTM F1930, The Flash Fire Manikin Test

In any environment where you’re at risk of being exposed to a flash fire, you must always stay alert. Keeping aware of your environment, and knowing the flash fire protection standards can save your life in the event of a flash fire. If you work alongside the risk of a flash […]
March 2, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 8 – The Basics of NFPA 2112

If you’re working in an environment where you are at risk of being exposed to a flash fire (a sudden, intense fire which is short in duration but severe in potential danger) you should be aware of the flash fire protection standards set in place to keep workers safe. NFPA […]
February 26, 2021

How Does Tyndale Vet and Audit the Products We Sell?

As you know, arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) garments are very different from everyday clothing you find in most stores. These specialized garments are made using flame-resistant fabrics, must comply with all relevant safety standards, and are required to be labeled properly. With all that goes into these […]
February 23, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 7 – ASTM F1959, The Arc Rating Test

As we learned in previous How It’s Tested episodes, ASTM F1506 establishes minimum performance requirements for flame resistance, arc rating, and mechanical durability, using two main tests and a series of smaller test to identify fabrics that comply. In this post, we’re concentrating on one of the two main tests […]
February 19, 2021

Do AR / FR Shirts Need to be Tucked in?

If you’re required to wear arc-rated or flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing, the first step in protecting yourself is making sure you’re wearing the clothing properly. It’s important to note that aside from risking your safety by not wearing AR / FR correctly, you are also out of compliance […]
February 16, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 6 – ASTM F2621, The Half Manikin Test

Welcome to a new episode in our How It’s Tested series. Last week, we put a lens on the ASTM F1506 mechanical tests which are used to ensure fabric has the strength it needs to reliably deliver the arc flash protection you trust with your life. Today’s episode focuses on […]
February 12, 2021

Should FR Clothing Embellishments Be Flame Resistant?

Many companies who require arc rated or flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing for employees also require that the clothing be branded with their company logo and/or personalized with the employee’s name. One question we get asked often is, do embroidery and patches on AR / FR clothing need to […]
February 9, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 5 – ASTM F1506, Part 2: The “Gut Check” for AR Clothing

If you work alongside an arc flash hazard each day, you’ve got guts. Your electric arc protection should too! That’s where ASTM F1506 comes in: it identifies arc-rated flame resistant (AR / FR) fabrics with the right performance properties to be worn for arc flash protection. In our last post […]
February 5, 2021

Top 5 FR FAQ’s 2020

Our FR FAQ Fridays are your source for industry-specific news, Tyndale updates, and – most importantly – the information you and your workers need to stay safe. Our top five (5) blog posts from 2020 hit on every area of Tyndale’s expertise and deliver information to aid in the success […]
February 2, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 4 – ASTM F1506, Part 1: The Big Two Tests for Arc Protection

One of the main standards for arc flash-protective clothing is ASTM F1506, Standard Performance Specification for Flame Resistant and Electric Arc Rated Protective Clothing Worn by Workers Exposed to Flames and Electric Arcs. But don’t be distracted by its long formal name. Known more commonly as “the Arc Standard” or […]
January 29, 2021

How Does Tyndale Keep up with Supply During COVID-19?

Despite the digits in COVID-19, it unfortunately remains a hot topic as we settle into this new year. If your company is looking to evaluate your current or a potential arc rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing supplier anytime soon, it’s vital to ask questions that effectively evaluate […]
January 26, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 3 – OEKO-TEX® 100 (What is it and why should you care?)

OEKO-TEX® 100 is the preeminent standard for determining if fabrics and textiles contain unsafe chemicals, and passing OEKO-TEX 100 delivers assurance to wearers that any chemicals that are present in the clothing they’re wearing are well within the established safe thresholds. Rest assured, all fabric used to manufacture your Tyndale […]
January 22, 2021

Where is My Tyndale Order?

Receiving items through the mail, or parcel delivery services has increased exponentially over the past few years. Last year alone, Americans received 12.5 billion tons of goods purchased online. It is now common to expect your shipment immediately with some online sites offering 2-day shipping. With this speed becoming the […]
January 19, 2021

How It’s Tested: Episode 2 – The Vertical Flame Test, Straight Up

The Vertical Flame Test, ASTM D6413, determines whether a fabric is flame resistant or not, which makes it the test when it comes to arc rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) apparel. It’s important to note that there are other “flame resistance” tests in the market but ASTM D6413 […]
December 18, 2020

Uniform Look in Rental vs. Purchase Program – What’s the Difference?

By definition, “uniform” means consistent, alike, and orderly. If your company requires a “uniform look” in their arc rated flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing program, can they still offer choice? “Choice,” by definition, means variety, option, and preference. So, how can companies take advantage of the power of choice […]
November 20, 2020

What is Tyndale Doing to Better Serve Women?

At Tyndale, our mission is to provide an enjoyable uniform experience, by supplying increasingly personalized, coordinated, and convenient arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) solutions to leading corporations and their employees. We are dedicated to ensuring all workers have the comfortable, quality AR / FR clothing they need to […]
November 17, 2020

How It’s Made: From Start to Finish – FRC Design, Patternmaking, and Manufacturing Explained

Now that we’ve seen how arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) fibers are generated, then spun yarn and woven into fabric, and how arc and flame resistance are imparted along the way, you may be wondering: how is fabric made into the finished garment I’m wearing today? The process […]
November 13, 2020

How Tyndale Reimagined the 360° Experience

Tyndale is dedicated to providing an enjoyable uniform experience, and our Tyndale 360° service is an important part of that mission. This unique event makes it easy to transition into a Tyndale managed program, familiarizing workers with the program details and functionality, providing important educational information about arc-rated and flame […]
November 6, 2020

What is TyndaleFRC Express?

At Tyndale, we firmly believe that all workers deserve equal protection from workplace hazards. However, if you are part of a small to mid-sized company, you’ve probably faced challenges with getting the arc-rated and flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing your workers need, in styles they want and like, at […]
October 20, 2020

SHOCKtober Episode 3: Who You Gonna Call for Rubber Goods?

Welcome to Episode 3 of SHOCKtober – a month-long series focusing on electric shock hazards. Voltage-rated gloves are a vital component of any shock protection program. For this episode, we are joined by a very special guest and Subject Matter Expert (SME), Rich Gojdics, Vice President of Business Development at […]
October 16, 2020

How Do I Order the Right Size?

When shopping online, choosing the right size can sometimes feel intimidating. Luckily, Tyndale makes it easy! It’s also stress-free: if you receive an item that doesn’t fit properly, our no-charge online process makes it simple to return. Scott Margolin, Vice President of Technical, explains how to find the right size: […]
September 3, 2020

Where Are Tyndale-Brand Products Made?

As a USA-based safety company we pride ourselves on manufacturing the highest quality products for workers in essential industries exposed to hazards and require arc rated flame resistant (AR / FR) clothing on the job. Tyndale goes the extra mile to manufacture garments that the American workforce is proud to […]
September 1, 2020

Tyndale Supports Our Communities

The Proud to Help committee is one way Tyndale gives back to the communities and foundations which are close to our hearts. If you’d like to participate in your community, its easy! September 5th is the International Day of Charity. The prime purpose of the International Day of Charity is to raise […]
July 22, 2020

FRC Suppliers During the COVID-19 Crisis – Quality of Service

Service is the last of our four main topics in our series. When you sign a contract you expect to get a level of service matching the levels proposed. During a crisis, is your supplier able to maintain the same levels of service? Are you noticing a decline in service […]
July 15, 2020

FRC Suppliers During the COVID-19 Crisis – Supply Chain

Breakdowns in supply chains can have a critical impact on your operational capacity. Almost every product we purchase comes to us through a supply chain supported by multiple vendors. If one of these businesses has an issue during a crisis, the entire supply chain can be affected, and products can […]
May 15, 2020

FRC Safety During COVID-19: What Are the New COVID-19 Guidelines for Tyndale’s Retail Stores?

During the COVID-19 (“coronavirus”) pandemic, we recognize and appreciate that you are working around the clock to maintain our country’s vital infrastructure. Tyndale is proud to support you during this time with the re-opening of our Factory Store and Service Center locations in Williamsport, PA; Midland, TX; and Oklahoma City, […]
April 2, 2020

FRC Safety and COVID-19: Our Appreciation to America’s Workers

On behalf of Tyndale and its employee members, Tyndale’s President Robert Whittenberger would like to personally thank the thousands of utility workers and others in vital industries who have demonstrated unwavering dedication in maintaining our country’s critical energy infrastructure as we face this unprecedented challenge of COVID-19 – both as […]
March 25, 2020

FRC Safety During COVID-19: Dried Bleach Residue and FRC

Along with the pandemic has come increased emphasis on reducing possible virus exposure by disinfecting work equipment, personal items, and commonly-touched surfaces. Chlorine bleach is a powerful, widely available, and cost-effective disinfectant that is being widely used to disinfect in line with CDC and WHO recommendations.
March 23, 2020

FRC Safety During COVID-19: Disinfecting FRC

Whether you are exposed to someone with the flu or more seriously, someone with COVID-19, how to wash your flame resistant clothing (FRC) remains the same. This blog post highlights the do’s-and-don’ts for disinfecting your FRC after a day in the field or coming in contact with the COVID-19 virus. […]