Indigo Bay Tex Offers High Quality Eco-Friendly Apron Across the World
By: Indigo Bay Tex
Why to use an apron?
Protective aprons offer protection and resistance against the harmful chemicals, acids and detergents that are used in the industries. These aprons also protects from the extreme weather conditions residing inside the industrial area. These aprons are made up of materials that can be easily washed and are waterproof in nature.
Our Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) aprons are made up of virgin high quality polyurethane that is considered to be better than any other materials like PVC/disposable and vinyl that are being used for making aprons. This material is biodegradable in nature so it can be re used as well as re cycled. TPU aprons are comfortable and light in weight, so they can be worn for long working hours.
Gowns are mainly used in the pharmaceutical industry as well as in the food processing industry. They offer maximum protection against any harmful chemicals as well as harsh climatic conditions. These gowns have waist straps that help to tighten the gown according to the size of the body. Sleeves are mainly used for the processing of the meat, fish vegetables or poultry. They are sealed with elastic cuffs so as to have protection from bacteria as well as dust particles.
Aprons for different purpose
Food processing aprons are made up of very slippery material that can be easily cleaned. These aprons are safe for all kind of food processing industries including vegetables, fish, poultry as well as meat.
Chemical aprons safety includes safety and resistance against harmful chemicals, acids, detergents as well as solvents.
About the Company:
Indigo Bay Tex is one of the major apron manufacturers in USA, Canada and serving clients across the world. It is determined to offer a safe and healthy environment to the workers involved in the chemical industry, food processing industry as well as in the health-care industry.
Company Contact Us:
Indigo Bay Tex
2717 Dollard Ave., Lasalle, Quebec, Canada H8N 2J8
Phone: 514.366.1311, Fax: 514.366.1711