Flame Retardant and Hi-Vis Workwear

Flame Retardant Workwear such as fireproof overalls and molten metal garments often receive the harshest treatment throughout their life. Hi-vis workwear also receives a lot of wear and tear from construction work. Because of this, it is imperative that you choose a rental work clothes supplier with commitment to garment care and repairs.

To this end, we have designed our factory with specialist workwear in mind, we do not batch wash garments and have complete control over our washing and drying programs. When you add our 30 point hand inspection to this, we offer an unparalleled level of control over your garments.

We ensure that your garments are scanned in and out of the factory giving you complete garment traceability, all repairs are logged against each wearer so we can accurately predict the life of the garments.

This is the most exciting aspect of our industry is that new specialist garments are released frequently, and we enjoy staying ahead of the curve. If you are looking for emergency services fireproof clothing, such as fireman PPE rental please go to our Emergency Services page for more information.

Our Flame Retardant Workwear Range Includes:

  • Class One – Light welding and spatter resistant garments
  • Class Two – Heavy welding, spatter and grinding resistant garments
  • Class Three – Molten Metal splash garments. These offer the highest level of protection possible.
  • Reinforcement Options – We have access to fabrics that can provide anti-tear and additional FR protection. These can be layered on top of existing fabric to create a robust garment with longevity.

If you are interested in chemical splash resistant workwear, anti-static workwear, and clothing with multi-protection, visit the page of the same name from the Workwear Rental menu dropdown.

What about Hi-Vis Workwear?

You will be happy to hear that in addition to our Non-FR hi-vis workwear range, we offer both class one and class three garments which conform to EN471 hi-visibility standards. The great news is that hi-vis, flame retardant workwear have come on leaps and bounds in recent years, so you are no longer limited to plain orange railway/motorway garments. We have several two-tone options which even include cargo and knee pad pockets.

Every year new fabrics and garments are developed which help us offer fabrics suitable for any environment. We are here to help and support you to make an informed decision with your garment choice. For more information, to rent work clothes, or to arrange a meeting, click the link below.

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Through our diverse supplier range we have access to:

  • Hi-visibility workwear garments – ISO 20471
  • Class 1 – flame retardant workwear garments ISO 11612
  • Class 2 – molten metal resistant garments ISO 11612
  • Class 3 – molten metal resistant garments ISO 11612
  • Arc flash resistant garments EN 61482-1-2


For a fully managed workwear rental service, we recommend the Full Rental service. This gives you a fixed weekly charge which includes: the cost of your garments, two weeks stock, repairs, alterations, laundering, delivery and collection. This can be combined with our managed workwear locker services to allow us to manage your collection and delivery location.

For infrequent wearers, we also offer a Split Rental service, simply put, this splits the cost of the full rental service into a “weekly rental” price and an “as and when launder” price. You rent the total number of garments you require each week, and pay a launder cost when you send them in for cleaning. This service does not include repairs, so it is best suited for wearers who find themselves going weeks without requiring garments to be laundered.

In addition to the above, we also offer direct workwear purchase on all of our fireproof overalls and hi-vis workwear.

All of our rental agreements fully pay off the cost of the garments over the agreed term, meaning that when your agreement with us ends, you have nothing left to pay, it’s simple! Please see below for details on what happens when you add new wearers.

We visually inspect all of our garments three times throughout the cleaning process, this is where the vast majority of our repairs are picked up.

For hard to see repairs, such as pockets tearing, or crutch seams, we ask our customers to fill in a repair label (provided), and stick it over the garment barcode. This is then picked up when we scan the garments into the plant and repaired before the garments are returned.

Better yet! All of our repairs are completed before the next scheduled delivery, meaning wearers won’t be waiting for their garments to be returned.

Firstly, we get in touch with you. No garments are replaced without written authorisation from our customer.

If you wish to replace a garment, then you simply settle the remaining balance on that garment and we arrange a replacement. The balance of the garment is based on the cost price of the garment and any logo badges you have had added, we do not charge for any hypothetical launder costs that will be missed by closing that rental early.

New wearers can be added to our agreements at any time, they can either be added on their own term, or they can be added to the remaining term left on your original agreement, by doing this, you ensure that you have nothing left to pay at the end of your agreement.



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