‘Best in Show’ New Product Showcase Awards: The winners are …
Indianapolis – After votes were cast for more than 125 products, the results for the 2017 “Best in Show” New Product Showcase Awards are in. The showcase provided National Safety Council 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:
MSA ALTAIR 4XR Multigas Detector
MSA (Booth 2212)
The MSA ALTAIR 4XR Multigas Detector provides (optional) real-time event notification using Bluetooth connectivity. This tough and reliable four-gas monitor with MSA XCell Sensors is among the fastest in the world, and when paired with the ALTAIR Connect App, can text alarm notifications to supervisors, team members or other users.
Werner ProForm F3 Harness
Werner Co. (Booth 814)
The Werner ProForm F3 Harness delivers function, fit and freedom and is constructed with lightweight materials to deliver maximum comfort and unrelenting safety performance. In the event of a fall, simply pull the patented relief cords to deploy the built-in seat and achieve the Gravity Override position, reducing the potential hazards of suspension trauma. New WebAlert2 adds a weather-resistant coating to inspectable webbing. The addition of an integrated SRL bumper protects the lower back when wearing personal SRLs.
Karbonhex Dusk Mechanic Gloves
Conney Safety Products/WESCO (Booth 7664)
Extremely close-fitting and lightweight with hexgrip profile enhancements to key fingertip and palm grip points, these gloves have added anti-abrasion zones on the form-fitting rear. They have optimal comfort and feel, offering versatile pinpoint precision handling. Key features include: hand-hugging superior fit, highly dexterous for performance-precision handling; ultra-thin (0.5 mm), yet durable, high-dexterity synthetic palm and fingers; silicone-raised hexgrip matrix to fingertips and palm for enhanced grip; silicone-reinforced stretch Lycra back for ease of movement and comfort; fingertips allow workers to use touch-screen devices.