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Corporate Wear + Werbekleidung


Gastro Moda

nachhaltige Workwear





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Swedish Wear

Corporate Fashion, Promotion, Workwear

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Safety at work is essential for every professional. Depending on the industry, different safety risks must be taken into account, with “Safety First” being the cross-industry motto. In many sectors, such as construction, the chemical industry and logistics, safety risks can be reduced by choosing the right workwear. We have the right collections for this: e.g. Tricorp Safety.

EN ISO 11612 / EN ISO 14116:2015 - Protection against heat + flames

This workwear protects professionals (except welders and firefighters) against heat, flames and molten metal. The wearer is protected from brief contact with a flame and also (to a certain extent) against convection and radiant heat.

EN ISO 14058 - Protection against cold

This workwear protects against a cool environment down to -5 degrees Celsius.

EN343 - Weather protection

This clothing offers protection against rain, snow, fog and ground moisture. The outer fabric and seams are tested for waterproofness (class 1-4) and water penetration resistance (class 1-4).

EN ISO 11611 - Protective clothing for welding

This workwear protects the wearer against splashes of molten metal, brief contact with flames and radiant heat from an electric arc.

EN ISO 20471 - High-visibility clothing

High-visibility clothing in accordance with this standard offers high visibility thanks to the reflective and fluorescent materials. This ensures sufficient safety when working in dark and bright light conditions. The X value shows which class the product belongs to, 1, 2 or 3, with 3 being the highest class. The class is determined by the surface of the reflective and fluorescent material.

IEC 61482-2 - Protection against thermal hazards with arc flashes

This type of protective clothing protects against the thermal hazards of contact with an electric arc. Temporary heat, burning particles and a flash fire are examples of these hazards. An arc fault is caused by a short circuit in an electrical system.

EN 1149-5 - Protection against electrostatic charge

Clothing complying with this standard has been developed to provide protection against electrostatic charge. The clothing is antistatic and prevents the formation of sparks that could cause fires or explosions. This protective clothing is only accepted in combination with EN 531 or EN ISO 11612. The reason for this is that there is always the risk of a fire breaking out if there is a risk of explosion.

EN 13034 - Protection against liquid chemicals

This is protection against liquid chemicals, especially liquid aerosols, sprays and light splashes. EN 13034 requires the fabric of clothing to be tested for exposure to four different liquid chemicals. - Sulphuric acid (dissolved in water with a concentration of 30%) - Caustic soda (dissolved in water with a concentration of 20%) - O-xylene - Butanol

Workwear - sustainable workwear and work clothing

The right workwear is a combination of functional design, a comfortable fit, innovative materials and sustainable production methods. No other clothing makes you feel as comfortable as workwear. It is not only function and comfort that play a role here, but also aesthetics. The 20th century also demands sustainable workwear that is not only produced fairly but also conserves resources. The result is workwear made from sustainable high-tech materials with maximum functionality in a contemporary fashion trend.

Workwear is functional work fashion

Choosing the right workwear is an important part of everyday working life for many professional groups. The wrong, uncomfortable equipment can quickly become a nightmare and turn work into torture. Another shortcoming is usually the aesthetics, because in the past workwear was not always a fashionable eye-catcher. But fortunately this has changed: workwear doesn’t always have to be ugly, because for us workwear is functional work fashion. As each professional group requires different equipment for different weather conditions, there is a wide range to choose from. Nowadays, there are not only the well known overalls, but also many different fabrics, materials, patterns, colours and versions for workwear.

For summer, there are matching short tops or work pants with breathable and lightweight material, whereas thick workwear made of windproof and water-repellent materials is the right choice for winter. No matter what season you choose the right workwear for, it always offers sufficient protection.

fair and sustainable workwear

Sustainable workwear is also very important in professional life and in the textile industry and pay attention to the choice of sustainable materials. We take a close look at which materials meet resource-saving requirements, are recyclable and how production can be made as sustainable as possible. For our sustainable workwear, we choose organic materials (e.g. organic cotton), recycled fabrics (e.g. recycled polyester) and fabrics that can be easily recycled. Semi-synthetic fibers can also be produced sustainably. This is demonstrated by modern manufacturing processes for wood fibers (Tencel, Lyocell and Modal).

We also pay attention to fair production, environmentally friendly packaging and short delivery routes using sustainable means of transport for our sustainable workwear. Social and environmental standards are observed, e.g. fair pay and occupational health and safety.

The importance of workwear: combining function, style and safety

Workwear is more than just clothing for the workplace – it is an essential part of a successful working day. From the construction site to the office, from the workshop to the restaurant, the right workwear not only offers protection and functionality, but also reflects the professional appearance of a company.

Functionality: The The functionality of workwear comes first. It must meet the requirements of the working environment and protect the wearer from the specific hazards in the workplace. Robust materials, reinforced seams, protective functions and special features such as pockets, reflectors or reinforced knee sections make workwear functional and practical.

Style: Workwear is not only functional, but also stylish. Professional workwear not only contributes to safety, but also creates a positive image and strengthens a company’s brand awareness. Modern design, clear lines and High-quality workmanship makes workwear not only a work tool, but also the figurehead of a company.

Safety: Safety in the workplace has top priority. Workwear that complies with legal requirements and meets special safety standards is essential for a safe working day. From high-visibility clothing to protective clothing against heat, chemicals or electrical hazards – the right workwear can save lives and prevent injuries.

Work areas and Industries: The requirements for workwear vary depending on the work area and industry. In the construction industry, robust work jackets, work pants and safety shoes are indispensable, while in the healthcare sector, gowns, scrubs and surgical clothing ensure hygiene and comfort. In the catering industry, chef’s jackets, aprons and service clothing that are not only functional but also fashionable are in demand.

Nachhaltigkeit: Auch das Thema Nachhaltigkeit spielt bei Workwear eine immer wichtigere Rolle. More and more companies are attaching importance to environmentally friendly materials, fair production conditions, resource-conserving manufacturing and the reusability of their workwear. Certifications such as the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS), the Global Recycled Standard (GRS) or the GREEN BUTTON are an important indicator of sustainably produced workwear.

Individuality: Every company has different requirements for its workwear. Vom Corporate Design über individuelle Logos bis hin zu speziellen Anpassungen – maßgeschneiderte Workwear bietet die Möglichkeit, die Arbeitskleidung genau auf die Bedürfnisse und Anforderungen eines Unternehmens abzustimmen.

Workwear is more than just clothing for the workplace. It combines functionality, style and security and makes a significant contribution to the success of a company. From the building site to the office, from the workshop to the restaurant – the right workwear is essential for a successful working day.

The biggest advantage of sustainable workwear:

A significant advantage of sustainable workwear is its long-term impact on the environment and society. By using environmentally friendly materials and production processes, sustainable workwear not only reduces the ecological footprint, but also contributes to improving working conditions in the textile industry. Companies that rely on sustainable workwear not only signal an awareness of environmental and social issues, but also strengthen their image as responsible employers. In addition, high-quality, durable workwear made from sustainable materials can help to reduce overall operating costs, as it needs to be replaced less frequently and is therefore more cost-efficient in the long term. The greatest advantage of sustainable workwear is therefore not only its ecological contribution, but also its long-term impact on companies and employees.

Frequently asked questions about workwear: answers to your most important questions

What is workwear?

Workwear, also known as workwear, includes specially designed garments and protective equipment designed for use in the workplace. Its purpose is to protect the wearer from occupational risks, ensure their safety and at the same time guarantee a professional appearance.

What functions does workwear fulfill?

Workwear fulfills a variety of functions, including protection against workplace hazards such as falls, chemical exposure or mechanical injuries. It can also increase visibility, protect against the elements and improve wearer comfort to increase productivity.

Which sectors require special workwear?

Different industries have different requirements for their workwear. Construction, industry, healthcare, gastronomy, agriculture and many other sectors have specific safety and hygiene requirements that must be met by appropriate workwear.

What are the most important features of high-quality workwear?

High-quality workwear is characterized by robust materials, first-class workmanship, ergonomic design, safety certifications and comfort. It should meet the requirements of the working environment and protect the wearer from injuries and occupational risks.

How do I choose the right workwear for my company?

Choosing the right workwear depends on various factors, including the type of work, working conditions, legal requirements, individual employee needs and budget. Professional advice from experts can help you choose the right workwear.

What does sustainable workwear mean and why is it important?

Sustainable workwear is made from environmentally friendly materials, produced under fair working conditions and recycled after use, thus helping to reduce the ecological footprint. It is important to protect the environment, ensure the health of workers and improve a company’s image.

How do I care for my workwear properly?

Proper care of workwear is crucial for its longevity and performance. This includes following the care instructions on the labels, washing at suitable temperatures, avoiding chemicals that could damage the materials and regularly checking for wear and damage.

Where can I find high-quality workwear and workwear?

High-quality workwear and work clothing are available from specialist suppliers, online stores for workwear, specialist stores for safety equipment and, in some cases, directly from the manufacturer. It is important to pay attention to quality, certifications and customer service in order to make the right choice.

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