'Best in Show' New Product Showcase Awards: The winner is …

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Left to right: Representatives from Superior Glove Works, Meltblown Technologies and MSA accept their "Best in Show" awards

Anaheim, CA – After 4,905 votes were cast covering more than 120 products, the results for the 2016 “Best in Show” New Product Showcase Awards are in! The showcase provided NSC Congress & Expo exhibitors the opportunity to highlight their newest and most innovative safety products, services and technology. Voting was available both online and onsite. The results are:
 

Win
Spillver Bullet Rapid Oil Spill Response Kit
Meltblown Technologies (Booth 3266)
The lightweight, compact Spillver Bullet Rapid Response Oil Spill Kit deploys 100 feet in just 30 seconds to contain any oil-based spill. It’s especially effective in wet weather because it allows clean water to filter through while absorbing oils and fuels.

Place
Clutch Gear Anti-Impact Gloves with D3O Backing
Superior Glove Works (Booth 2350)
High dexterity, a strong grip and excellent impact protection in a glove that looks this cool? These #MXD3O gloves combine the smart styling of Superior Glove’s Clutch Gear lineup with the impressive shock absorption of D3O for unparalleled protection in the workplace.

Show
Latchways Leading Edge Self-Retracting Lifeline
MSA (Booth 282)
The new Latchways Leading Edge Self-Retracting Lifeline (SRL) allows the user to tie-off at foot level while providing protection against sharp, abrasive edges commonly found in many construction and industrial work applications. It is designed to protect a worker if a fall that involves going over an edge occurs.

Congratulations to the winners, and thank you to everyone who participated and voted.

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