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Geliget Gear

Flame Resistant Workwear

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Geliget Gear® brings together function and form to create high performance workwear demanded by intense environments. Made in Nova Scotia, Canada, Geliget derives its name from the language of our indigenous people, the Mi'kmaq, who first persevered in a land of extremes. Through ingenuity, these First Peoples devised the tools and materials necessary for their survival. The Mi'kmaq used the term "geliget" to signify protection and now we use that word to describe the central focus of our line of FR workwear.

Protect Your Most Valuable Resource

Workwear that meets the new Canadian CSA Z462 Standard for Secondary Protective Daily Wear

Geliget Gear® is pleased to bring you this exclusive line of high-performance apparel designed for work environments where risk of exposure to electric arc, flash fire and ferrous metals is present. Geliget Gear® garments are engineered to outperform using the best materials available on the market today, proven by rigorous testing.

For those who work with electricity, ferrous metals or in the oil and gas industry, our garments provide superior protection, everyday comfort and incomparable value. But, most importantly, this workwear meets the standards for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Flame Resistant (FR) clothing set out by the Canadian Standards Association for the electrical industry, the Canadian General Standards Board for the petrochemical industry, the European Union for ferrous metals and the American Occupational Safety & Health Association*.

Outstanding product, unsurpassed service Geliget Gear® provides distributors, employers, and independent contractors with the most comprehensive line of FR shirts, pants, coveralls, jackets, and insulated garments. We provide thorough technical, marketing and distribution support. We are also pleased to provide complete FR PPE wardrobe management services and the flexibility of stock, stock modification and custom FR apparel programs.

*Geliget Gear® meets all the standards under: CSA Z462, ASTM F 1506, CAN/CGSB 155.20


Detergents and Supplemental Chemicals to Avoid with Flame Resistant Fabric Chlorine Bleach (sodium hypochlorite) must not be used separately or in detergents.  Chlorine Bleach can adversely affect the flame resistance of the fabric.  Review of various laundry advisories generally prohibit the use of chlorine bleach for protective fabrics of any fiber composition.

Hydrogen Peroxide Bleach (Oxygen Bleach) must not be used as the presence of metals with hydrogen peroxide can adversely affect the flame resistance of FR fabric.

Laundry Products such as fabric softeners and starches present a complex situation relative to use with all flame-resistant garments washed at home.  Since it is impossible to examine and control each product and procedure that might be used, we recommend that such products not be used. 

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