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Ergodyne, a leading safety work gear manufacturer headquartered in St. Paul, MN, recently announced a partnership with Mips, a world-leading helmet safety technology company, to be among the first to integrate the Mips safety system into industrial safety helmets. To increase protection from angled impacts and resulting rotational forces, the newest Ergodyne safety helmets are made with Mips Elevate – a low-friction layer that slides multidirectionally and is intended to help redirect the rotational energy transferred to the head upon falling or impact. Ergodyne said its new Skullerz Safety Helmets with Mips Elevate are expected to launch by the end of the year.

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