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ICEtrekkers says it has made its Diamond Grip product available to wind power operations and maintenance companies.

Diamond Grip is designed for power workers handling tasks in winter weather that brings slippery conditions. The company says the product attaches dozens of case-hardened, alloy steel grippers to the bottom of a shoe or boot, and its patented six-pointed "diamond beads" are strung on steel aircraft cable and put biting edges under the foot to grip ice, snow, rock or gravel.



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