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HellermannTyton launches PPE range

Posted 30 July 2020 · Add Comment

Cable management specialist, HellermannTyton, has launched a new range of PPE for customers and staff to ensure they are protected when they return to work.



Above: EasyDoor multi-function handle
Image courtesy HellermannTyton


HellermannTyton understands that many businesses and industries will be adapting to the new ‘normal’ caused by the coronavirus, which includes developing procedures and installing equipment to keep staff and customers safe. To assist in this journey, HellermannTyton has developed a range of PPE, available for personal and industrial use.

This range includes the EasyDoor multi-function handle and the Mask-E Guard, both designed to provide comfort as well as safety. The EasyDoor handle allows contactless opening of any type of door, cupboard or drawer to avoid the transmission of COVID-19.

Ideal for public establishments, factories, warehouses, schools and public transport, its anti-microbial additive material permanently prevents the transfer of bacteria. Moving around within the workplace often requires touching and passing through numerous doors or lifts during the day, therefore reducing contact with surfaces will greatly reduce the transmission of bacteria and viruses.

The Mask-E Guard is a comfort strip that is placed behind the head to relieve pressure and strain on the ears when wearing a face mask. As the country is seeing a surge in demand for masks during this pandemic, it is crucial those wearing face masks feel comfortable when protecting themselves. Ideal for use with disposable face masks, its multiple tags join for a ‘one size fits all’ solution.

Richard Rands, UK Product Manager for Fastenings & Fixings at HellermannTyton, said: “As many industries adapt following the effects of COVID-19, so should we. We want to help customers and manufacturers protect their staff in the safest and easiest way possible. The safety of our customers and staff is our top priority, and we hope that with this range it offers a more comfortable way of working.”

 



 

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