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High quality disposable workplace clothing from MPE
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Jul '11
MPE Inc., a leading supplier of quality disposable clothes, provides customers with shirts designed for safe and effective use in workplace settings. The protective garments are ideal for use in certain hazardous settings.

"Our top goal is customer safety; we want you and your employees to be able to work freely around various types of materials without fear of damaging your clothes or causing personal injury," said Mike Miller, CEO of MPE Inc.

MPE sells disposable shirts from both MaxShield and Tyvek. Both brands are known for quality and durability, and MaxShield specializes in clothes that are designed specifically to be environmentally friendly.

Both brands feature a sport collar, a snap front closure, long sleeves and open wrists. The shirts are designed with a micro porous polyethylene film bound to a polypropylene spunbonded substrate. A strong outer layer makes the shirts very durable and effectively protects against such hazardous materials as blood-borne pathogens, aerosols and paint.

Other MPE products include disposable jumpsuits, footwear, biohazard suits, coveralls, aprons, smocks, pants and lab coats. Because of their disposable designs and low costs, MPE clothes can be easily thrown away when they've worn out their usefulness. By tossing the clothes, MPE customers save money by eliminating the need to repeatedly wash soiled garments.

"Over the years, MPE has earned a reputation for quality protective disposable clothes, and it's a reputation we aim to keep," Miller said.

About Miller's Precision Enterprises:
Miller's Precision Enterprises Inc. is an Indiana-based company that specializes in protective clothing. With items like Tyvek protective suits and disposable pants, the company's products are useful in many industries.

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