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com)-- Ronco, one of the leading manufacturers of safety products in Canada announces that it has entered into an alliance with DuPont and is now an authorized wholesaler of DuPont personal protection products.
We achieved this through marketing, polling users on what attributes were most important," said Rodney Taylor, marketing manager for chemical protective clothing, DuPont Personal Protection.
Using the world renowned Nomex fibre, DuPont Personal Protection has developed a yellow high visibility solution called Nomex ProVis: this solution offers inherent protection from heat and flame, from molten metal splashes, and from heat of an electric arc; it is anti-static and performs in environments where high day light visibility is required.
Mark McGonagle, Global Marketing Manager for DuPont Personal Protection, introduces the launch of DuPont(TM) Kevlar(R) XP(TM).
UK) - E & E Workwear (UK) - Dupont Personal Protection (Luxembourg) - Euclid Vidaro Manufacturing Company (USA) - First Medica (USA) - Global Safety Solutions & Management Pty.
DuPont Personal Protection has launched a brand new website dedicated to providing advice and information to assist customers in the correct selection of garments and wipes to ensure effective contamination control for every working environment.
DuPont Personal Protection combines scientific innovation and manufacturing expertise to provide a comprehensive range of high quality protective clothing including DuPontao NomexA, DuPontA TyvekA, DuPontao TychemA and DuPontao KevlarA for thermal, mechanical and chemical protection to the oil and gas workers.
In addition to the Tychem(R) portfolio of products, DuPont Personal Protection offers a range of solutions including: -- DuPont(TM) Kevlar(R) fiber for cut-resistant gloves, in addition to vests and helmets for ballistics protection.