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Microflex Acquires Black Dragon®, Examination Gloves From MedTexx

Thu, 08/26/2010 - 12:34pm
Bio-Medicine.Org

LAKE FOREST, Ill., Aug. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Microflex Corporation (Lake Forest, IL), a division of BarrierSafe Solutions International® (BSSI), a leading provider of latex and synthetic barrier protection, announced the acquisition of Black Dragon® examination gloves from MedTexx in Englewood, NJ.

Black Dragon® gloves are recognized as the pioneer in high quality disposable black latex examination gloves in the tattoo industry. Black Dragon® gloves feature excellent comfort, tack and wet grip that will benefit users within all Microflex® target markets.

For more than 20 years, Microflex has been recognized as a quality leader among hand protection providers in Dental, Healthcare, Laboratory, Industrial Safety, EMS and Law and Corrections markets. With this acquisition, the Black Dragon® brand will become wholly owned by Microflex Corporation.

For more on the latest in innovation glove products, technical information and education, please visit: www.microflex.com.

About Microflex

Microflex Corporation, with offices in Reno, NV and Lake Forest, IL, is among the world's leading suppliers of latex and synthetic hand protection to many industries. Microflex provides reliable, high quality disposable gloves and has been recognized by numerous organizations for extraordinary service, product innovation and customer education.

For more information, visit www.microflex.com.

About BarrierSafe Solutions International

BSSI is a leading developer and marketer of branded disposable barrier protection and related products. The company offers an extensive selection of high quality disposable gloves and other specialized products for a diverse range of growing markets, including dental, laboratory, emergency medical services, non-acute healthcare, automotive, general industrial segments, and foodservice,

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