Tamarack GlideWear Technology Announced As Finalist For 2015 Manufacturing Awards

MBS_MFG_logowebMBWe’re delighted to announce that Tamarack Habilitation Technologies has been announced as a finalist for the 2015 Minnesota Manufacturing Awards for the development and commercialization of GlideWear® technology.

GlideWear is a unique, dual layer fabric technology that, when sewn strategically within garments and other textile products, provides users with all-day protection against friction and shear-related skin breakdown.

Healthcare products currently manufactured using GlideWear shear protection technology include wheelchair cushion and headrest covers, prosthetic liner patches, socks, and underwear. Additional products are under development, including a “Pre-Ply” version for third party manufacturers to sew into their own textile products.

Minnesota Business’ 2015 Minnesota Manufacturing Awards winners will be announced Wednesday, September 24, 2015 at a evening ceremony.

GlideWear Shear Protection Underwear (shown, above)

GlideWear products are proudly manufactured, packaged, and distributed from Tamarack’s headquarters, located in Minnesota, USA.

About Tamarack:

Headquartered in Blaine, Minnesota, USA, Tamarack Habilitation Technologies, Inc. is a med-tech product development and manufacturing company specializing in ankle-foot biomechanics, wheelchair seating, and friction management technologies.

Tamarack’s most notable product lines include Tamarack Flexure Joint®, ShearBan®, ENGO® Blister Prevention Patches, GlideWear®, and FlexForm™ Custom Seating System

For more information about Tamarack Habilitation Technologies, visit www.tamarackhti.com

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