Flexpoint Sensor Systems, Inc. today announced several significant orders with new customers it has received and shipped during the last 90 days.
Flexpoint continues to get a lot of interest in the sensors for gloves and medical uses. Several new customers have bought these sensors or have had custom sensors built for them. Some of these new clients include Mark Leavitt LLC who received custom sensors for medical rehab; a major international electronics manufacturer who is using seat sensors for busses and cabs; Demetrius Zelbo from the UK is using glove sensors at Plymouth University; TNT Pipeline of Canada bought sensors for flow detection; Freescale, also of Canada, is using semiconductor sensors; S.U.G. of Israel is using sensors for gloves; and Will McAdams who is also using sensors for gloves. The gloves are all being used for medical rehab and development uses.
"We look forward to continuing to deliver customized sensors for a variety of clientele. We are continuing to move these relationships forward and expect additional orders from at least two of these clients," remarked Clark Mower, President of Flexpoint.