WARWICK MILLS

WARWICK MILLS

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Makers of high-performance Body Armor, police gloves, and other personal protective equipment.

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TurtleSkin Stab-Resistant Vest

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The new TurtleSkin material technology used in the crash bags for NASA's Spirit and Opportunity Rovers landing on Mars this past January will now be used in Stab-Resistant Vests for police and correctional officers. The TurtleSkin technology from Warwick Mills will reduce the weight of the vest while also creating a softer feel for user comfort. The material is so flexible that the front or back panel of the vest can be scrunched up into a ball in hand. This softer "hand" of the material used inside the panels is a huge advantage for all-day comfort while still providing level III NIJ certified protection. Capable of stopping spikes when used in multiple layers, TurtleSkin materials are being used by body armor manufacturers throughout the U.S.

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TurtleSkin Patrol Glove

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Warwick Mills recently introduced its new TurtleSkin Patrol Glove with a 100-percent aramid knit liner that provides slash protection over the entire glove. The palm is made from soft synthetic leather for better grip and to allow officers to perform their duties with superb dexterity. The TurtleSkin Glove also has a soft neoprene backing for thermal protection and added comfort.

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PBI TurtleSkin

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A protective material weighing only 5 oz per yard square is one of the lightest systems to pass the USAR test. The PBI TurtleSkin material from Warwick Mills has been certified under the NFPA 1951-2001 protective clothing standard for Urban Search And Rescue (USAR) Operations. PBI TurtleSkin is manufactured with a special fiber blend of microdenier aramid, rayon, and PBI fibers, providing strength, comfort and thermal performance. PBI TurtleSkin's weave maximizes the flexibility of the fabric while offering puncture and abrasion performance, in addition to the high flame and heat resistance. It also meets the NFPA 1977 Wildlands standard and that it has been used successfully to manufacture garments to the 1999 EMS Standard.

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