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PolyCo VR material is eco friendly
Jul '09
PolyCo USA manufactures VR vinyl-free protective apparel which provides for 4-6 times the average life of similar (vinyl) products, but is 100% recyclable. The material provides strength and puncture resistance as well as protection.

Free of vinyl and latex, VR has been clinically tested to offer resistance to fats, oils, and chemicals such as nitric, sulfuric, hydrochloric, and hydrofluoric acids. Containing no toxic substances or plasticizers, VR can be recycled, land filled or incinerated without harming the environment.

VR protective wear consists of lightweight reusable disposable garments for contamination control use in the industrial, food processing and medical industries. The VR line also includes Aprons, Boot Covers, Gloves, Gowns, Shoe Covers and Sleeves.

PolyCo manufactures all VR products in an FDA registered facility located in the USA Heartland (State of Illinois). Utilizing modern extrusion, cutting and thermal sealing techniques, PolyCo produces personal protective products that are of exceptional quality and workmanship. In an effort to cultivate everlasting relationships, PolyCo also prides itself on providing its valued customers with exceptional service.

Our Mission is to provide customers with innovative products and methods that offer the greatest value, quality and service. . .to do so with professional integrity and an uncompromising commitment to continuous improvement. PolyCo accept's the challenge of this Mission and of future commitments to excellence knowing that achievement will contribute to the growth and success of our customers, employees, company and to the communities which we serve.

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