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Prevent Nail Gun Hand Injuries

by mdsassociates
Thu, Sep 5th 2019 08:00 am

Nail Gun Hand Injury


This type of gun doesn't require a background check or a safety course yet its capable of ejecting two to three projectiles a second with velocities up to 1440 feet.

If you aren't into portable power tools, than the brands Bostitch, Makita, Dewalt and Numax might sound like brands of sport hunting guns right? For a framer, roofer or carpenter, these brands of guns are their livelihood.

Hand protection is not among the personal protective equipment (PPE) required by OSHA when operating a pneumatic nailer or nail gun. This is most likely due to the fact that there hasn't been an effective solution in hand protection that can help lessen the devastating effects of a nail gun hand injury. That is, until now....

Introducing The Industry's First Protective Device for Nail Gun Operators

Designed specifically as a protective barrier to mitigate damage to hands due to human or mechanical malfunction of nail guns,

Constructed from Kevlar ballistic armor plating, it is strategically placed to protect the area's most vulnerable to nail gun injuries. When you incorporate The Shield, understand that you're wearing cutting-edge protection carefully designed by hand safety engineers and ruthlessly tested by nail gun operators.  A Superior Glove® innovation, MDS is proud to be able to introduce this incredible hand protection to the industrial  work safety glove market.


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