Los Angeles—Ironclad Performance Wear Corporation (ICPW), a provider of high-performance, task-specific performance work gloves, introduces the TouchScreen performance work glove specifically designed to working men and women protected and connected.
"Purpose-built and designed from the ground up, the TouchScreen glove enables the user to operate touch-screen devices without ever having to remove his or her gloves," said Fred Castro, Vice President of Sales & Marketing. "Built on the chassis of Ironclad's recently introduced Mechanic glove, the TouchScreen glove provides superior protection, fit and dexterity, while simultaneously permitting the use of touch-screen devices."
The Ironclad TouchScreen glove, with exclusive TS1 technology, addresses the needs of people who are surrounded by touch-screen devices while doing a job. The TS1 material is more than a special material that is sewn on to the fingertips of the gloves; it covers the entire palm side of the glove. Drawing connectivity from the entire palm of the hand ensures that the maximum amount of conductivity is available at the thumb and fingertips, and that the glove works in both clean and dirty conditions."
The company will present the Ironclad TouchScreen glove at three upcoming major trade shows:
• 2012 National Safety Council Expo, Orlando, FL, October 22 - 24, 2012
• SEMA (Automotive) Show 2012 (Specialty Equipment Market Association), Las Vegas, NV, October 30 - November 2, 2012
• STAFDA 2012 Annual Convention & Trade Show (Specialty Tools & Fasteners Distributors Association), Orlando, FL, November 4 - 6, 2012
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