Company Profile

DragonWear®

Contact Information

Contact: Jacki LeClair
Title: Marketing Manager
Phone: 206-388-5182

Location

DragonWear®
3723 S. Hudson St
Seattle WA 98118
United States
DragonWear®, a division of True North®, is a manufacturer of innovative, performance-based FR and arc-rated clothing for the utilities, industrial safety and petro chemical industries. All DragonWear® fabrics are inherently flame-resistant and utilize materials made in North America. By developing new fabric technologies and advanced product design, we strive to give our customers the pinnacle in performance, comfort and protection in PPE work wear. Our lifetime warranty, superior customer service and industry expertise makes us the clear choice when choosing the clothes you live in. For more information, please visit us online at dragonwear.com, call us at 800-873-5725, or email us at info@dragonwear.com.

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DragonWear®

Articles

Protective shirt

The Power Grid FR 1/4 Zip Dual Hazard Shirt is constructed with Power Grid four-way stretch fabric that offers superior comfort and range of motion.
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Flame-resistant glove liner

Squall Fire Resistant Glove Liners are blended with merino wool and flame-resistant rayon to wick away moisture and provide lightweight warmth.
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DragonWear by True North

Booth #1023

DragonWear’s APEX Award-winning Dragon Shield™ FR Jacket offers inherent flame and arc resistance with an arc rating of 18.6 and HRC2 protection. Made with a durable water repellency that maintains breathability, it features a grid fleece interior for insulation and improved wicking. Made in the U.S.A.

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Trends in ... cold weather protection

Working in cold weather conditions involves more than throwing on extra layers. When potential medical problems such as hypothermia and frostbite exist, as well as more traditional work concerns such as fires and electrical hazards, special precautions must be taken.
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