The latest Big Book catalogue from Arco includes one of the largest ranges of safety equipment, workwear and workplace safety equipment, with over 20,000 named brand products spanning 1,000 pages.
This year’s catalogue features 561 new products, including the Sundstrom 900/905 respiratory protection half-masks, launched exclusively through Arco. The half-masks are customisable in weight and profile, and can be combined with a powered or airline system.
Arco has also introduced the lightweight Arco Skarn Safety Spectacles to this year’s personal protective equipment (PPE) category. The safety goggles feature a sporty-framed design and are metal free to greatly increase comfort for the wearer.
Arco has introduced a new ‘Essentials Contractor Workwear’ value range, including bulk-packed garments such as; fleeces, sweatshirts, polo shirts and t-shirts. The uniforms and workwear are available to order in sets of 5 or 10 pieces.
The safety specialist has also launched industry’s first range of hi-vis hazardwear designed specifically for women. Available in yellow and GORT orange, the hazardwear debuted on the catwalk at this year’s Safety and Health Expo and picked up the Professional Clothing Award Best Stock Design prize.
The Arco Big Book 2016/2017 is available now through the Arco website.
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