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Synonyms for hard hat

a worker skilled in building offices or dwellings etc

a lightweight protective helmet (plastic or metal) worn by construction workers

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The light towers' HardHat canopies, a common feature on Atlas Copco portable air compressors, is a durable, lightweight alternative to steel and ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) thermoplastic canopies.
Hardhats, Hippies, and Hawks: The Vietnam Antiwar Movement as Myth and Memory, by Penny Lewis, Cornell University Press, 35$ pages, $22.
PCC Terna has taken delivery of four Atlas Copco XAS 97 portable compressors to provide air power for a range of hand tools, including jack hammers; and includes the first two units from the recently introduced HardHat range of compressors in Bahrain.
Featured on the new XAS 185 JD7 HardHat portable compressor is Atlas Copco's HardHat canopy, which was initially launched to the European marketplace two years earlier.
not wearing a hardhat during crane operations and trying to climb up a ladder that had been secured for repair).
The glasses are made to fit slotted MSA and Bullard 4100 and 3000 hardhats.
Designed to be worn behind the head, the Model SR-10 headset is well-suited for users who need to wear a hardhat or other head covering while working in industrial and warehouse settings.
Reddy, who wears a hardhat and carries a rake, encourages homeowners to trim low-hanging branches and clear brush around their homes.
5 ounces and is equipped with a spring or suspender clip for attachment to clothing, belt or hardhat.
Steel hardhat and a copy of The Corporation (a history of U.
Add in a working crew of hardhat, carpenter, and painter ($9.
president Scott Ford was introduced for his keynote speech at the Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce/Associated Industries of Arkansas annual meeting last week, he promptly donned a hardhat and began "inspecting" the support beams of the hotel banquet hall with a flashlight.
Steubenville, Ohio, my home town, is a unique city in the Upper Ohio Valley that embodies all of the grit and hardhat mentality of a classic steel metropolis.
Woodsman Hardhat (under $30): With hearing, head, and face protection, this hardhat will protect you from being deafened by machine noise, whacked by falling branches, or blinded by flying chips.
Hardhat if there is a chance of being struck from above; and