How Can We Choose The Correct Reflective Clothing?
There are too many types of reflective clothing, how can we choose the correct reflective clothing?
There are many types of reflective clothing, including reflective vests, reflective T-shirts, reflective raincoats, reflective cotton clothes, etc. In fact, different reflective clothing should be worn in different scenes. According to the minimum use area of reflective clothing materials, the warning clothing is divided into three grades, 1st grade high-visibility warning clothing, 2nd grade high-visibility warning clothing and 3rd grade high-visibility warning clothing. Among them, the reflective safety ability of level 3 warning clothing is higher than that of level 2 and level 1. Secondly, user usage scenarios are divided into three levels: high-risk areas, medium-risk areas, and low-risk areas. High-visibility products, such as professional reflective warning clothing, are recommended for high-risk areas. Medium-risk areas use products that enhance visibility, and low-risk areas use visibility products.
1. High risk: road workers
Vehicle or equipment running speed > 60Km/h
For example: highway workers, track workers, first responders, airport workers, etc.
Recommended clothing: Level 3 high-visibility warning clothing
Requirements: The minimum usable area of the base material is 0.80 square meters + the reflective material is 0.20 square meters
Vehicle or equipment running speed ≤ 60Km/h
Examples: public road operators, delivery men, road surveyors, traffic directors
Suggested Clothing: Level 2 High Visibility Hazard Clothing
Requirements: The minimum usable area of the base material is 0.50 square meters + the reflective material is 0.13 square meters
Vehicle or equipment running speed ≤30Km/h
For example: parking lot, service area, warehouse and road workers in the factory area
Recommended clothing: Level 1 high-visibility warning clothing
Requirements: The minimum usable area of the base material is 0.14 square meters + the reflective material is 0.10 square meters + the combined performance material is 0.20 square meters