Flame resistant clothing with Perimeter Insect Guard

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Utility safety: Biting insects are challenging this time of year and cases of Lyme Disease are rising. To make matters worse, many insect repellents -- like those containing DEET -- are flammable and should never be used with arc-rated flame resistant clothing (FRC). Protect yourself and your employees from disease-carrying ticks, mosquitos and other annoying insects with Tyndale's exclusive FRMC® garments with durable Perimeter Insect Guard™.

Perimeter™ interferes with insects' nervous systems -- stopping them in their tracks. This non-flammable repellent is safe for use with FRC and repels insects for 50+ launderings!

Perimeter Insect Guard™ is available on Tyndale’s Knit Henley (M06PT), Lightweight Canvas Pant (M29PT), Premium Button Down Shirt (M11PT), and Premium Relaxed Fit Jean (F29PT) -- all proudly Made in USA with inherent FRMC® fabric.

Perimeter™ technology has been used by the US Army for more than 20 years and as standard issue for the Marines since 2007! It’s approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and recognized by the EPA and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as a safe and effective method of preventing insect-transmitted diseases.

For more information about Tyndale or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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