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PPSS unveils Cut-Tex PRO fabric in five additional colours
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Apr '15
PPSS Group has now launched Cut-Tex PRO, an ultra-high performance cut resistant fabric in five additional colours to better fulfill needs of textile and clothing manufacturers.

According to a PPSS Group press release, Cut-Tex PRO is with immediate effect also available in optic white, olive green, navy blue and in hi viz looks like yellow and orange.

PPSS Group claims that Cut-Tex PRO is the world's best cut resistant fabric, which it says is reinforced by the fabric passing several of the most stringent European and global tests for cut, tear and abrasion resistance.

“Additional test reports confirm the durability of this fabric is clearly outperforming other fabrics such as Kevlar and other aramid based technical fabrics,” it notes.

Comfortable to wear, machine washable and of truly exceptional strength and durability, this ground-breaking material is now being used to line uniforms, tactical gear or other corporate work wear.

“It acts as a shield and protects vulnerable areas of the human body, in particular the radial, brachial, carotid, axillary and femoral arteries.

“The cutting of any of these arteries could lead to rapid blood loss”, says Robert Kaiser, CEO of PPSS Group.

“Dealing with potentially hostile and intoxicated members of the public is not always easy, and we must do everything to improve their personal safety,” he adds.

“I genuinely believe that lining specific areas of a uniform with Cut-Tex PRO means effectively shielding the most vulnerable areas and key arteries,” he informs.

PPSS Group is a UK based manufacturer of certified high performance bullet and stab resistant vests and the company behind Cut-Tex PRO. (AR)

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