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SEP 2018

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COATINGSPRO SEPTEMBER 2018 33 BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY Tethering Solutions for Electronic Devices In a move addressing the hazard of dropped objects, Ergodyne announced the release of the Squids 3760 Water Resistant Phone Pouch & Trap and the 3765 Water Resistant Tablet Pouch & Trap. e products are designed to carry, secure, and easily tether the electronic devices nearly every worker carries onto the jobsite. Both offerings are designed to fit phones and tablets with today's bulky aftermarket cases. Devices slide easily into the water-re- sistant sleeve and are secured with a heav y-duty zipper, while a clear touch- screen material on both the front and back of the pouch allows workers easy access and full functionality, whether it be talking, texting, or taking photos. For more information, contact: Ergodyne, (800) 225-8238, www. New Apparel Company for Industrial Women SeeHerWork, a new apparel company launching in mid-September, is aiming to put female workers in clothes that fit and perform. According to the company, the number of women in non-traditional careers, including construction, is on the rise. As a result, the need for protective clothing and equipment is greater than ever. e company's line includes many products an industrial woman needs, with options ranging from eye protection to tool belts. Clothing options encompass basics to high visibility, with vibrant colors and reflective materials. e clothes are lightweight with moisture absorption materials, allowing layer- ing for shifting climate conditions. Meanwhile, gloves are designed to fit women's hands and close tightly around wrists. For more information, contact: SeeHerWork, (281) 623-1448, Mobile Emergency Pendant With Fall Advisory Capabilities SecuraTrac announced the MobileDefender Model S (MD-S) as its next generation mobile emergency pendant. Companies that dispatch employees into unknown environ- ments can rely on the MD-S to relay information about employee locations while providing an instant connection to help for emergencies. e device also offers a built-in fall advisory capability. e MD-S detects horizontal and vertical movements, which means that if an employee falls or is knocked over, they do not have to call for help. To improve battery lifespan, the MD-S was designed with a new Wake-on SOS feature allowing the device to last more than 30 days on one charge because the device is off until the SOS button is activated. For more information, contact: SecuraTrac, (888) 973-2872, CP Re ad e r In qui r y at co ati n g sp ro m a m /i n q0918

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