National Safety Apparel® Introduces New Line of Electrical Safety Products
National Safety Apparel (NSA) continues to increase their House of Brands with the launch of their newest line of safety products, AG Safety™. This new electrical safety line features products that protect against arc flash and voltage hazards to complement their existing ArcGuard® safety apparel. NSA has been manufacturing Arc Flash suits under their ArcGuard® brand for over 20 years. “Our goal is to provide a wide range of quality products that help bring our customers home safely,” states Director of Product Management, Melissa Dixon, , “With the industry experience and relationships we have built over the years, it was a natural progression for us to develop a full package solution for our customers”.
The AG Safety product line introduces the DC50 and DC90 Voltage Detectors, the world’s first non-contact DC Detectors. It’s the first of its kind – a true DC non-contact detector for use in a variety of industries. Other products include an AC Voltage Detector, insulated tools, arc suppression blankets, rubber voltage gloves and apparel, including, the new ArcGuard® Performance arc flash line, that is 20% lighter, 48% thinner and 58% more flexible than other premium arc suits.
National Safety Apparel is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, and is a market leader in the design and manufacture of high-quality industrial safety and military apparel. A fourth generation, family-owned company, NSA’s Cleveland, and Chicago-based facilities employ nearly 600 NSA team members. The company and its brands serve a wide variety of industries such as electrical and gas utilities, steel mills and aluminum foundries, glass plants, construction, and manufacturing in addition to military personnel. For more information, please visit www.thinknsa.com.
To view the new product line visit, thinknsa.com/electrical-safety
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