When welding, risks are associated with the technique used rather than to the industry in which it is undertaken.
Welding cannot be deemed an industry, however, in light of its complexity with regards to textile protection, welding must be given the same importance as other, better-defined industries. In fact, it is an activity present in multiple industries, and the risks associated depend more on the technique used than on the sector where it is conducted.
Ensuring protection when welding is difficult, as there are several welding techniques, each of which poses different risks. In addition, welding is generally carried out in industrial areas where tears or cuts may occur.
Therefore, Marina Textil has developed fire resistant protective fabrics for welding that greatly resist traction and tear.
If you have any questions, please contact our technical department experts.