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Whether it's the eyes and face, hands or other parts of the body, protective clothing is often required in the manufacturing and logistics industries. Welders, for example, must be able to protect their hands and body from being burned by their work. Individuals working near grinders, cutters and presses must ensure no bits of metal, plastic or wood from the associated processes enter the skin. And in facilities where chemicals are made, full-body protection may be required to avoid absorption of toxic chemicals from the environment.