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Your Guide to Insulation and Winter Work Glove Selection

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This webinar occurred on: December 11, 2014

Through this webinar you will understand all the specifics related to proper winter work glove selection. This discussion will include a detailed explanation of thermal insulation, its properties and how science is used to design cold weather work gloves that keep employees safe and comfortable while on the job.

Thirty-five years ago, 3M™ Thinsulate™ Insulation prompted a revolution. It started with a transformation of the skiwear industry. Poofy down jackets and vests gave way to sleek and slender ski fashions, and the idea of warmth-without-bulk was ignited. From there it spread. New Thinsulate insulation applications were developed, enhancing the comfort of hunters, athletes, commuters and others who work and play outdoors. 3M put its full force of science and innovation behind the continual advancement of nonwoven material technology. And never looked back. Today the facts are clear: after three-plus decades, Thinsulate insulation is still the one to beat. No other insulation provides more name recognition, a broader range of product options, or a higher level of performance and support.

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Bill Soellner, US Sales Manager, Superior Glove Works Ltd.

Bill Soellner is the US Sales Manager at Superior Glove Works Ltd. Mr. Soellner's career has spanned 24 years in the safety industry, having worked for four major manufacturers and a major safety specialty industrial distributor. He has held positions in sales, sales management and product management with special emphasis on hand and arm protection. In addition, Mr. Soellner has been published in leading trade publications such as ISHN, Cleanrooms Magazine and Compliance Magazine, writing articles on proper glove selection, clean environments products and chemical glove selection. Mr. Soellner was awarded the 2013 Helping Hand Award at the IGA national meeting in March of 2013. He received a BA from Western Michigan University.

Ken Cox, Lead Specialist Technical Service in the 3M Home Care Division

Ken Cox has worked at 3M (St. Paul, Minn.) for 40 years, of which he has spent 29 years in the non-woven insulation products related field. In this capacity, Cox leads Tech Service initiatives supporting the 3M Apparel & Textiles Business thermal insulation products portfolio. He holds a BS in Chemical Engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from the University of St. Thomas (St. Paul, Minn.). He is currently a member of both the American Apparel and Footwear Association and the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists.

Duration: 1 Hour