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Protective Industrial Products, Inc. Introduces Rehydration Powder

THORZT is PIP’s newest addition to its heat stress PPE portfolio

Protective Industrial Products, Inc. (PIP®), a global leader in personal protective equipment (PPE) including hand protection, above-the-neck protection, workwear and footwear, proudly announces the launch of THORZT™ into the North America market. This exciting new addition of powder concentrates enhances the PIP market-leading heat stress PPE portfolio.

THORZT is a scientifically proven mix of cutting-edge vitamins, minerals and amino acids, all formulated for rapid rehydration. Designed by Olympic Athletes to maintain mind and body function at a cellular level, the THORZT electrolyte formula is highly effective at meeting the needs of heat stressed workers. Research shows that 50 to 60 percent of the industrial workforce starts the day in a mildly dehydrated state every day, making rehydration solutions critical for maintaining workplace efficiency and safety.

THORZT is available in three flavors to help boost physical and mental potential as it can assist in water absorption, restoration of fluid balance, muscle cramps, recovery and fatigue. It is sugar-, caffeine-, and gluten-free with a proprietary electrolyte formula that includes Sodium, Potassium, and Magnesium plus a proprietary blend of B and C group vitamins, L-Glutamine, and essential Branch Chain Amino Acids (BCAA’s).

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