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Clippers, Hair

Definition : Clippers designed to cut the hair above the skin surface using a mechanism that performs a two-blade clipping action. Hair clippers are typically handheld instruments, either manually or electrically powered, and are used mainly for personal hygiene and grooming. Dedicated hair clippers intended for hair removal before surgical or other related clinical procedures (e.g., cathetrization, labor) are also available. Hair clippers are usually manipulated by an operator or healthcare worker to remove a patient's hair. Other instruments such as scissors and razors are also used to cut hair.

Entry Terms : "Hair Cutters" , "Hair Clippers"

UMDC code : 11939

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AliMed Inc

Company Type: Parent

AliMed is an American manufacturing company and supplier of high quality products — everything from pre-formed orthoses, alarms for fall management, cushions, diagnostic imaging and operating room accessories, orthopedic rehabilitation equipment, ergonomic workplace solutions and emergency preparedness.

Jarden Corp

Company Type: Parent

Our objective is to build a world-class consumer products company that enjoys leading positions in markets for branded consumer products. We will seek to achieve this objective by continuing our tradition of product innovation, new product introductions and providing the consumer with the experience and value they associate with our brands. We plan to leverage and expand our domestic and international distribution channels, increase brand awareness through co-branding and cross selling initiatives and pursue strategic acquisitions, all while driving margin improvement.

Wahl Clipper Corp

Company Type: Parent

Since 1919, with the invention of the first practical electric hair clipper, Wahl Clipper Corporation has been the leader in the professional and home grooming category.

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