Quality, Reliability, and Innovation. These are the foundations on which they have built the success of the PULSAR® brand. Focusing on the wearers of the PULSAR® clothing, making sure they feel comfortable and ready to take on whatever the day will throw at them. The team of technical garments specialists are ready to help and work out solutions to problems; solutions their design department translates into functional and attractive new clothing. These designs are then hand crafted at specially selected and ethical productional facilities across the globe.

PULSAR® continue to push the boundaries of innovation with their certified, technologically advanced products, ensuring the people who wear them can be confident in knowledge they are protected from all elements and potential workplace hazards. You need to be able to trust the protective clothing you wear, and PULSAR® have worked for decades to ensure they are a brand that are relied upon across the country to provide high performance apparel with not only the highest levels of visibility and protection, but also unrivalled comfort and flexibility.

So here are the things to look out for when selecting Hi-Vis:

The highest level of protection class. High Visibility garments should pass a certain standard before being made an official safety garment and deemed as PPE. Each garment is tested and passed to a standard and specification of either Class 1, Class 2 and Class 3.

Class 1: Lowest Level of Protection

Class 2: Intermediate Level of Protection

Class 3: Highest Level of Protection

Within adverse weather conditions and working within dark environments, you must choose a Class 3 garment in order to maximise your safety at work.

The components of Hi-Vis clothing.

Fluorescent Materials – Yellow and orange are the official fluorescent colours in protective High Visibility garments (EN20471). The sun ultraviolet rays react with the fluorescent colours to increase the level of visibility from the garments. This helps people to be seen in, not only normal working environments but also in dusk, fog and rain weather conditions.

Reflective Strips – These are designed to enhance visibility during adverse weather conditions and dark environments. At PULSAR® they use RFX™ and 3M™ Scotchlite™ reflective tape, throughout their high visibility collection. They are specially selected to ensure the highest level of reflectivity, even after repeated laundry. Sew on, heat applied, and stretchy tapes are used throughout the PULSAR® range generating comfort.

Man wearing PPE on a construction site

Mesh Lined Storm Coat

The PULSAR® mesh lined Storm Coats are waterproof and breathable to the highest level of EN ISO:20471, ensuring its status as high-quality, high-performance garment that people in the workplace can trust and rely upon. The Storm Coat is made with Micro-fleece collar for added warmth alongside a 100% Polyester mesh lining and wrap around adjustable storm cuffs with neoprene inner cuff.

Designed for optimal comfort with maximum performance in the harshest of weather conditions, the garment is also part of the PULSAR® interactive layering system, meaning any one of the PULSAR® Soft ShellBody Warmer or Polar Fleece can be zipped into the Storm Coat, creating a garment that can enhance the protection of the wearer even further, even in cold and extreme weather conditions.

Interactive Body Warmer

The PULSAR® Body Warmer interacts as a layered system with the PULSAR® Mesh Lined Storm Coats. The garment can be reversed to the grey soft touch micro fibre lining and the sleeves can also be detached so the body warmer can work in a gilet style. A full length YKK zip fastening is incorporated. YKK are the world’s largest zipper/zip pull manufacture.


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