Find the right MCR Safety product that protects you against these common hazards.
Metal is used all over HVAC units, which means pipes and surfaces easily rust in wet conditions. Combine that with general maintenance and insulated tubing, abrasive conditions are ever present.
Refrigerant runs throughout copper. When brazing copper, high temperatures are reached. Makes sense to keep some hand protection nearby.
Chemical treatment of water for cooling and heating systems requires some protection. Moreover, chemicals can easily squirt out of a cylinder. Our Predastretch is flexible and chemical resistant, the perfect solution for handling refrigerant.Learn More About Chemical Protection
HVAC workers most times find themselves working in confined spaces. Operating powered pneumatic and hydraulic equipment will quickly injure hands during maintenance activities around sharp metal.Learn More About Cut and Crush Protection
Commercial filters have to be changed every 90 days. Replacing dusty filters requires sealing your eyes.Learn More About Dust Protection
Excellent grip is required, since slippage when handling materials and tools greatly increases the potential for injury. Check out our lightweight FLT and BNF breathable coated gloves with Nitrile coatings for superior grip!Learn More About Grip Protection
Anyone maintenancing a heat exchanger knows that heat protection is required due to an increased possibility of burns. Hot components while performing regular maintenance is a definite concern. Check out our blog on ITC Lab’s Heat resistance.Learn More About Heat Protection
When installing equipment, repairing parts, and fabricating material is always hazardous. A lifetime eye injury can easily occur when HVAC system’s fastener comes off and hits your eye. Combine that with splashing chemicals and refrigerants; HVAC workers definitely require some protective eyewear.Learn More About Impaired Vision Protection
HVAC units may control a part of what Mother Nature does, keeping the climate cool. However, it does not control when Mother Nature decides to rain or snow. Rainwear is essential and a set should always be close by.Learn More About Inclement Weather Protection
Keeping restaurant refrigerators and coolers operating is an everyday part of the job.Learn More About Insulation Protection
The CL4 eyewear style is equipped so earplugs serve as the eyewear lanyard. Click below to download instructions on how to insert earplug cord onto eyewear temples.Learn More About Noise Protection
Construction sites are hectic and busy. Be sure to stay seen.Learn More About Overall Visibility Protection
As one technician told us, "I've got to be able to feel my screws". Most HVAC workers prefer featherweight protection when electrical wiring and holding small parts . Did you know we make featherweight cut protection?Learn More About Sense of Touch Protection
Working with a duct take off exposes a workers hands to sharp metal. Servicing contractor’s hands can easily get sliced up around sheet metal. Duct work exposes workers to extreme cut hazards and replacing filters can easily cut up one’s hands. Cut resistant gloves should be worn when handling anything that could lacerate you such as sheet metal.Learn More About Sharp Objects Protection
MCR Safety manufactures and supplies Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Simply put, WE PROTECT PEOPLE! We are known world-wide for our extensive product line depth surrounding gloves, glasses, and garments spanning across numerous industries. We offer the total package of safety gear encompassing industrial gloves, safety glasses, protective garments, welding gear, industrial boots, Flame Resistant (FR) gear, face shields, and much more. From a glove standpoint alone, MCR Safety manufacturers and supplies over 1,000 different style gloves. Here are some of the many reasons MCR Safety is your go to source for PPE:
MCR Safety is recognized as a global manufacturer stretching across six countries, with both distribution and manufacturing facilities. Our core competency and specialty is manufacturing and supplying protective gloves, glasses, and garments. The information shown and provided on MCR Safety’s website, its safety articles, industry resource pages, highlighted hazards and safety equipment should be used only as a general reference tool and guide. The end user is solely responsible for determining the suitability of any product selection for a particular application. MCR Safety makes no guarantee or warranty (expressed or implied) of our products’ performance or protection for particular applications.