Find the right MCR Safety product that protects you against these common hazards.
Whenever you're using tools during sanding, a nice pair of MCR Safety leather gloves comes in handy! Nobody wants abrasion injuries after sanding. For those who like to increased hand dexterity, our seamless nitrile gloves are an excellent choice!
Thousands of chemical compounds are used to manufacture paint products like pigments, extenders, binders, additives, epoxies, isocyanates, and solvents. Whenever you're handling paint thinner or solvents (toluene, xylene, ketones, alcohols, esters, and glycol ethers), be sure you're wearing chemical-resistant gloves.
There is no off-season for painters, which means these workers need insulated gloves and winter jackets during the colder months. Have you seen our top-selling Ninja Ice gloves?
Most construction sites require workers to wear steel toe boots. Painters can often get away with wearing comfy sneakers as they work inside. However, there are times when painters need the protection of boots. We offer white steel toe boots to match the white attire painters wear!
Sanding off old paint increases the amount of dust in the air. A nice pair of sealed eyewear or goggles makes a big difference in keeping eyes protected. We do offer dust masks and KN95 respirators. However, it’s important to note, MCR Safety’s dust masks are not designed for use around paint. Only specially-designated paint respirators should be used, and these are not a form of PPE that MCR Safety stocks. We Protect People, which is why we remind you to use the proper mask type for your painting project!
MCR Safety carries a wide array of apparel, including Henley t-shirts and long sleeve hi-vis shirts. We also offer white Tyvek® coveralls and shoe covers to protect your body and clothes from paint.
It may not seem like an immediate hazard, but painters use their hands a lot for drywall taping, sanding, and painting. When hand pain and fatigue starts to kick in, people start making mistakes, and those hands can face dangers! Thin protective gloves are a painter's best friend. And check out the drywall gloves we have to offer!
Heat-stripping guns can reach up to 1,200°F! Heavy-duty leather gloves offer excellent heat protection.
Sanding debris, spills, and splashes are always a concern during painting. Painters turn to MCR Safety goggles, safety glasses, and face shields to keep paint out of their eyes. Whenever you're operating abrasive blasters or looking up during spray painting, the hazards to your eyes are even more significant.
Skin irritation from spills, splashes, and sprays is all too common for painters. Dermatitis and skin rashes can occur when harsh or caustic elements come into contact with the skin. Even if you're wearing a traditional work glove, it makes sense to wear it over the top of a disposable glove. That way, the lightweight disposable keeps the paint or liquids from touching your hands.
Painters may find themselves working outside and having the sun glaring down on them, which means the body needs covered up with cool, breathable fabrics. Polarized safety glasses also help minimize the glare and keep the eyes protected!
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.