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MPE offers better alternative to plastic suits
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Sep '11
Miller's Precision Enterprises Inc., the Indiana-based company known for its commitment to high-quality protective recycled clothing since 1987, is offering customers a better alternative to plastic suits. With recycled Tyvek suits, MPE provides a practically indestructible suit that blocks even microscopic particles, is fully breathable to allow the body to expel heat and moisture, and is very affordable -- at a 40% lower cost than new suits.

"These multipurpose suits are comfortable, breathable, and so strong that you can keep wearing them over and over again," said Mike Miller, CEO of MPE, Inc. "Yet at the same time, we price them so low that it's easy to throw them away when you need to. Bottom line, you can't get a better suit than these."

Crafted from Tyvek's patented material that has been recycled and repurposed, MPE's Tyvek suits are made to protect workers from all kinds of harmful liquids and airborne particles, whether that means dirt, paint, solvents, chemicals, oils, grease or pathogens. What's more, these powerfully durable and protective recycled suits are made to be cost-effective, starting at prices as low as $3.10 each for a 25-case lot.

"With recycled suits, companies can truly feel good about doing something that helps the environment," Miller said. "And along with that, they're also saving good money. Even though they are just as good as brand-new suits, our recycled suits are up to 40% cheaper than new ones."

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

Miller's Precision Enterprises Inc


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