Reflective Apparel Hi-vis Workwear for Construction

Capable of withstanding at least 50 washes in industrial laundry environments, RAflect50 workwear products feature segmented reflective tape for high visibility, durability and compliance with ANSI Class II high visibility standards.

Reflective Apparel, a manufacturer of high visibility workwear, launches RAflect50 high visibility (hi-vis) garments engineered to withstand high temperatures and harsh chemicals of industrial laundries. RAflect50 hi-vis garments have been independently tested to withstand at least 50 washes in industrial laundry environments.

“We set out to design durable workwear that has the same comfort, visibility and quality of our premium reflective garments, but engineered to be tough enough to stand up to uniform rental and industrial laundry environments,” said Scott A. Corrao, president of Reflective Apparel.

“It saves companies time and money when they do not have to replace high visibility uniforms as frequently, while still maintaining the highest safety standards.”

RAflect50 products are available in multiple styles including rental-friendly T-shirts, woven work shirts and polos. All RAflect50 products feature segmented reflective tape for high visibility, durability and compliance with ANSI Class II high visibility standards. The micro pique fabric used in RAflect50 hi-vis garments received third-party certification for ANSI/ISEA 107-2020 high visibility compliance.

RAflect50 products feature 3M Scotchgard soil release for easy care and 3M moisture wicking finish. The performance fabric wicks away moisture three times faster than cotton. Comfort and cooling features also include vented underarms and back yoke and Silverplus technology to minimise odours. AATCC test results confirm heavy-duty fabric physicals, including:

4.9 out of 5 for snag resistance
5 out of 5 for pilling resistance
5 out of 5 for colourfastness
< 3.5 shrinkage
“RAflect50 is a game-changer for the uniform rental industry,” said Becky Keith, vice president of sales for Reflective Apparel. “There are rigorous service requirements for garments that run through a rental laundry process. Garments are processed at high temperatures with harsh chemicals. RAflect50 is engineered to withstand a two-year life cycle under these conditions.”

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