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MPE offers OSHA-approved disposable lab coats
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Oct '11
Miller's Precision Enterprises Inc, a leader in presenting affordable disposable clothing to the public since 1987, meets the unique demands of the medical industry with disposable lab coats that are OSHA-approved for blood borne pathogens. Featuring elastic cuffs that are pulled over a worker's latex gloves, these coats are designed to fully seal the arms to protect from exposure to blood borne pathogens or other contaminants.

"At MPE, we are proud to offer lab coats approved by OSHA as effective barriers to hazardous materials such as blood or bodily fluids," said Mike Miller, CEO of MPE, Inc. "Especially in the medical industry, barrier controls are necessary to prevent hazardous materials from spreading, spraying, splashing or otherwise contaminating workers. Our protective garments shield both workers and their clothing from harmful exposures."

The Tyvek disposable lab coats that MPE offers are made of 100% High Density Polyethylene, (HDPE), which creates an impenetrable barrier throughout the entire fabric. Difficult to tear or scratch, these coats stand up to any liquids or solids to which a worker may be exposed. What's more, Tyvek lab coats are made to be breathable, allowing for air and moisture to pass through the material rather than get trapped inside and increase heat stress.

"Our lab coats truly offer the best combination of comfort, protection and affordability," Miller said. "For any office or lab where a threat of exposure to blood borne pathogens exists, our OSHA-approved coats provide the level of security that is needed -- without sacrificing on the comfort, costs or quality that MPE is known for."

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

Miller's Precision Enterprises Inc


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