Welding Clothing Protection

Welding Aprons

MCR Safety's welding apron protects a welder’s clothes from hot sparks while cutting, grinding and welding.

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38136MW

Leather Bib Apron with Front pocket, 24" x 36"

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39836

36" x 27" Blue Denim Apron - 2 pockets


Welding Leather Jackets

MCR Safety’s leather welding jackets are made of genuine split cowhide leather to provide outstanding heat resistance and heavy-duty protection. The added weight of leather material provides the welding protection you demand.

38030MW

Welding Jacket, 30 inch with 3 pockets


F/R Green Welding Jackets

MCR Safety's 9 oz. Green, Sateen Finish Cotton jackets are designed for light duty TIG and MIG welding.

39030

30 Inch Length 9 oz. green finish cotton


Welding Sleeves

Protect your arms while welding with MCR Safety’s high quality welding sleeves

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39418

Limited Flammibilty 100% Treated 9 oz. Cotton, 18", Elastic Wrist

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39423K

Limited Flammability 100% Treated 9 oz. cotton, 23", elastic wrist, Kevlar® thumb slot and wrist


MCR Safety's Max Comfort Gear

Flame resistant clothing is a must have during welding, as synthetic materials will melt.

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CC1R

Flame Resistant (FR) Contractor Coverall, Max Comfort™ Material, 100% Cotton, Red

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SS2BK

Flame Resistant (FR) Hooded Sweatshirt, Pullover, 100% Cotton Interlock Fleece Shell, Black


Miscellaneous Welding Items

Shoe Protector
Neck Strap
Welding Chaps

Rod Holder


Welding Clothing Tips

  • Do not wear pants with cuffs or shirts with open pockets
  • Dark clothing works best to reduce reflection under a faceshield
  • Use aprons, capes, sleeves, leggings, shoulder covers, and bibs designed for welding
  • Heavier materials work best, such as wool clothing, heavy cotton or leather, are preferred as they resist deterioration They are also harder to ignite and resist wear
  • Materials that can melt or cause severe burn due to sparks that may lodge in rolled-up sleeves, pockets of clothing or pant cuffs are not suggested
  • Wear long sleeved shirts (no t-shirts), which will protect your arms and neck from radiation exposure and skin burns
  • Button the cuffs, pockets, and collarChoose clothing that allows freedom of movement
  • Wear Heavy durable, long pants (no shorts) without cuffs that overlap the tops of your boots

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