PPSS Group launches stab-resistant, anti riot suit
A stab-resistant, anti riot suit has been unveiled by PPSS Group to help protect those professionals who have to deal with prison riots, public disorder, mass searches or other serious disturbances.
“The types of weapons being used in these conflicts include knives or improvised man-made edged weapons, snooker queues, shanks made out of broken mirrors, glass or ceramic tiles, razor blades, sharpened bed or table frame legs, timber, socks filled with snooker balls, broken bottles, hypodermic needles and spikes, fire extinguishers and rocks or bricks and so on,” the company noted.
Robert Kaiser, CEO of PPSS Group, says the suit offers protection from blunt force trauma as well as a high level of protection from edged weapons, and will dramatically reduce the risk of physical injury in such incident.
“For me to say my firm’s new stab-resistant, anti-riot suit is definitely the appropriate type of safety equipment I felt like I needed to have unquestionable physical evidence in place to back up my claim,” he says. “We decided to produce a product demo video, which assures our clients and customers around the world that our equipment will reliably protect you from the most realistic threats and risks you will face.”
PPSS Group states its new suit offers unlimited shelf life, explaining “there is no biological, chemical or physical evidence even suggesting that the protective raw materials being used will degrade over a 20 years period. This is of clear financial benefits to governments agencies, as commonly used safety equipment made out of Kevlar would require replacing frequently.”
For more, watch the demo video here.
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