Is Your FR Tax Deductible

Ask your tax preparer the right questions to find out if your FRC is tax deductible.

Tax Deductions

PFAs & Flame Resistant Clothing

Perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a group of man-made chemicals that have been used in a variety of industrial and consumer products. They are resistant to heat, water, and oil, which makes them useful in a range of applications, including fire resistant (FR) clothing.

Learn more about PFAS

Your FR and avoiding heat exhaustion

We cool ourselves by evaporation, this helps cool the body. Trapping moisture against the body with heavy clothes that do not manage moisture reduces the rate of evaporation.

Heat Induced Stress

Layering Guide

We created these guides to help show how layering your flame resistant clothing can improve the level of protection against arc flashes.

Layered Testing


Brands with the strongest American identity, don’t use American labor to produce their products. If we look beyond just the labor component and consider the supply chain of raw materials used to produce these products, chances are these are also outsourced beyond our borders.

safety doesn't have to be imported

What is the cost of FR Clothing

Thread, Fabric. Labor. Testing. Certifications. It all adds up.

What makes FR so Expensive

5% for America

There is less than a 5% price difference between Made in USA and Imported FR clothing. And in many cases, American Made flame resistant clothing costs even less than the equivalent imported product.

What it Means to Really Be American Made