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Protective clothing hot climates
« on: March 12, 2019, 05:35:58 AM »
Over here we usually work with chainsaws during winter. Than there isn't a problem with protective clothes that are too hot. Especially the protective pants are quite hot with temperatures >20 degrees celcius... 
What protective pants/overalls and shoes are you wearing in summer and in hot climates? 

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Re: Protective clothing hot climates
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2019, 06:07:20 AM »
Over here we usually work with chainsaws during winter. Than there isn't a problem with protective clothes that are too hot. Especially the protective pants are quite hot with temperatures >20 degrees celcius...
What protective pants/overalls and shoes are you wearing in summer and in hot climates?
Hi Cruiser_79
Today we worked in 38 C
Predicted again tomorrow
Feel for us mate
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Re: Protective clothing hot climates
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2019, 07:09:52 AM »
Over here we usually work with chainsaws during winter. Than there isn't a problem with protective clothes that are too hot. Especially the protective pants are quite hot with temperatures >20 degrees celcius...
What protective pants/overalls and shoes are you wearing in summer and in hot climates?
Hi Cruiser_79
Today we worked in 38 C
Predicted again tomorrow
Feel for us mate
Wow these are insane temperatures for loggin  :o 
what kind of protective clothes are you using over there?! Just flip flops and a speedo? 

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Re: Protective clothing hot climates
« Reply #3 on: March 12, 2019, 07:38:48 AM »
I work in 30-35 degrees now, falling and skidding.

Pfanner pants are the best for hot weather, a white t-shirt, gloves, ear plugs, no googles no helmet for me. because in my teak plantations there is no dead hanging stuff around

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Re: Protective clothing hot climates
« Reply #4 on: March 12, 2019, 07:50:03 AM »
Over here we usually work with chainsaws during winter. Than there isn't a problem with protective clothes that are too hot. Especially the protective pants are quite hot with temperatures >20 degrees celcius...
What protective pants/overalls and shoes are you wearing in summer and in hot climates?
Hi Cruiser_79
Today we worked in 38 C
Predicted again tomorrow
Feel for us mate
Wow these are insane temperatures for loggin  :o
what kind of protective clothes are you using over there?! Just flip flops and a speedo?
HaHa 
We do air conditioning
Really sucks when you have to work in the roof
Temps go up
Drink lots water
Have frequent breaks
Only way
Cheers
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