Ty-Flot Inc. Obtains Patent on Hard Hat Lanyard; Releases Several New Options in an Effort to Support Industry

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Manchester, NH Safety Company Ty-Flot Inc. received a patent on the Hard Hat Lanyard and at the same time is taking proactive measures to meet demands in nuclear power, wind power, fossil generation, oil and gas, and high rise construction. They are supporting these industries by offering three new styles of the hard hat lanyard.

Manchester NH Safety Company Ty-Flot Inc. received a patent on the Hard Hat Lanyard

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“It’s common knowledge that if something isn’t comfortable, people will resist using it. By creating a safety tool that is comfortable, clean, and by offering a number of options we can ensure that workers use their safety equipment and use it properly.”

In a preemptive attempt to meet industry demand for a newly issued patent, Manchester, NH based safety company Ty-Flot, Inc. has released three new versions of the hard hat lanyard; a safety device meant to prevent a hard hat from falling. These versions include an EZ clean laminated version to reduce nuclear waste in the nuclear industry, a metal-free version to protect expensive equipment such as aircraft engines, nuclear fuel, or steam turbines from foreign material damage, and a harness style for workers using fall protection with their standard personal protective equipment.

“As a continued commitment to helping our nuclear clients achieve zero fuel failures we have voluntarily produced a completely metal free hard hat lanyard option.” –Darrell Moreau, Ty-Flot GM, Co-founder

The Hard-Hat Lanyard (U.S. Patent # 8,117,678) represents another in a growing list of patented safety products by Ty-Flot used in nuclear power, fossil generation, oil and gas rigs, aviation, and overhead construction. Professionals working at height use the hard hat lanyard as an alternative to a chin strap because the lanyard keeps the hard hat secured but is attached in a way that it doesn’t touch the user’s skin. Market studies have shown that workers prefer a comfortable safety device like the hard hat lanyard over the chin strap.

“It’s common knowledge that if something isn’t comfortable, people will resist using it. By creating a safety tool that is comfortable, clean, and by offering a number of options we can ensure that workers use their safety equipment and use it properly.” – Matt Moreau, Ty-Flot Strategic Business Development Manager

Any company taking steps to enhance its safety program should talk to Ty-Flot. The company is giving away free samples for evaluation to those who qualify. You can contact Ty-Flot to learn more now.

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