ThorShield

Energy Weapon Protection

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Visit G Squared Consulting Energy Weapon Protection Experts at ILEETA Conference in Chicago April 16 & 17

Tucson, AZ. Apr 9, 2013

Manufacturers Can Sign Up to Become Authorized Distributors and Customers Can View New Products at Booth #323

G Squared Consulting, a leader in energy weapon protection items including its ThorShield body armor carrier, gloves, pants, coveralls and more, will be at ILEETA Booth #323 in Chicago April 16 &17. The company is now making its products and technology available to all body armor manufacturers and distributors.

ThorShield Energy Weapon Protection Fabric is the most effective protection against non-lethal energy weapons on the market today. The fabric is integrated into body armor, uniforms, gloves and additional items. The ThorShield lining is a highly conductive specialized layer of fabric, which prevents the flow of electricity from energy weapons such as [Taser brand devices], cattle prods, stun guns and similar devices. ThorShield protective clothing ensures that the electrical current conducts through the fabric versus the body, protecting the wearer. New from G Squared Consulting for 2013 is the Generation IV Protector and Shield glove line.

ThorShield products are only sold to law enforcement and military personnel.

Their multi-threat protection includes Cut/Slash, Fire/Flame, Puncture for blunt force objects and Abrasion/Tear resistance.

“We are excited to now be able to offer our products and technology to all body armor manufacturers and distributors,” stated Greg Williams, Partner, G Squared Consulting. “The unparalleled multi-threat protection our products and technology offer law enforcement is something they really need. So carrying it is a real value add for manufacturing and distributing companies.”

To get these products added to their body armor product line, companies should contact G Squared Consulting Partner Greg Williams at 877-562-1935. For additional information they can also visit www.thorshield.com.

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