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When Bad Weather Means It’s Time to Get to Work, Get Gear That Keeps You Safe

Cold temperatures and bad weather aren’t the only risks when working for utility companies. Utilities workers need gear designed not only for the cold and elements, but to protect them from potentially hazardous job duties. Low temps and inclement weather are more than just headaches. When people are counting on you to keep their power, water, and gas on, you need to be sure you can handle whatever is standing in the way of working.

RefrigiWear knows how important protective apparel is for utilities workers, which is why we offer a full line of garments and accessories for the ultimate cold as well as all-season options. Our apparel for utilities and power workers includes insulated jackets and coveralls, pants, base layers, electrical hazard-compliant boots, gloves, headwear and more. 

Questions about outfitting your team? Contact Mitch Harden at mharden@refrigiwear.com.


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Own the Cold

If bad weather and cold temps don’t scare you, you’re our kind of people. 

@quality_sewer_and_drain

“Cold night for emergency work! Definitely rely on my @refrigiwear to keep me warm best cold weather gear hands down 💪”

@zapzila

“Only 19° in sunny Cleveland Ohio, thank god the whole team has our RefrigiWear winter gear to keep us warm!” 

@master_pipe_layer

“Embracing the suck. This is going to be a long, sloppy fall with 6 inches of snow already. We were prepared with RefrigiWear!”

Iron-Tuff® Enhanced Visibility Siberian™

Southern guy trying to stay warm up north....

Submitted on 12/06/2019 5:06 PM by William from Undisclosed

I am a union pipefitter working in PA on the banks of the Ohio river. I have worn the coat for a couple weeks in low 30 temps. The coat has worked great, has kept me warm with minimal clothes under it. A little big and bulky to start with but it seems to be breaking in. I recommend it....