Cut-resistant gloves, a protective glove with cutting resistance, are commonly used in garment cutting, meat processing, cutting and sawing equipment operation and other positions in slaughter, meat processing, furniture factories, steel mills and other fields. Overall, they provide effective protection in places where they are used for power tools or cut with sharp knives.
Cut-resistant gloves are basically divided into three categories: metal wire, dipped rubber coated gloves, and Kevlar.
Steel wire gloves
Made of numerous small rings threaded together. Its role is to protect the hands from cuts during the process of using cutting machinery. Depending on the needs of the operation, these anti-cutting gloves can be divided into 2 types of three-finger and five-finger protection. Mainly used in meat processing and extreme mechanical strength work, high cutting risk workplace. Personnel in steel plate finishing and equipment tool manufacturing wear these gloves to protect their hands and wrists and can operate safely and securely to improve processing efficiency.
Steel wire gloves have excellent cut resistance, comfortable to wear and washable. The recommended product, BAGU 2500000R0302 metal cut resistant gloves, with cut resistance up to grade 5, meet the cut resistance of almost any workplace where non-power tools work. They are used in a large number of places, such as the manufacture of glass and steel plates, division, handling work, tool replacement and handling, as well as the cutting and cutting of leather and other materials, and armed police fighting.
Dipping coated gloves
High strength polyethylene and glass fiber material as the core of the yarn, with the new fiber as the outer layer of the yarn BLADE X5 TM yarn, this type of material is more cut resistance, high strength high modulus polyethylene fiber (HPPE) is also a good fiber cut resistance material. Shanghai collar and recommended Delta 202010 cut-resistant gloves, light weight and comfortable to use, and after wrapping steel wire processing, the cut-resistant product standards far exceed CE5 level. These cut resistant gloves are uncoated on the back, breathable and comfortable, while providing ideal flame and cut protection, and are mainly used in automotive parts assembly, product packaging, electronic and electrical assembly, and light assembly work.
Kevlar (Kevlar) based cut resistant gloves, with a yellow fiber primary color, have excellent abrasion and cut resistance, are 15 times stronger than steel of the same quality, and are easy to clean. The significant characteristics of the product are super wear-resistant, good elasticity, easy to take off and wear, breathable and comfortable, does not affect the hand joint activities, more effectively prevent the knife, sharp objects on the palm of the hand, finger damage, suitable for more industries and environments, but also increase the functionality of the glove itself, such as oil environment anti-slip function, anti-tear, anti-puncture function, etc..
Kevlar gloves are made of light weight, abrasion and cut resistance, high temperature resistance, etc. We make various types of Kevlar gloves to meet the requirements of various places with light cutting and high abrasion resistance. They are widely used in. Automobile manufacturing, machining casting and other places.
In addition, a large number of yarn gloves on the market does not have the function of anti-cutting, can only play a basic protective role when working with both hands, so for different operating environments to choose the right anti-cutting gloves is very critical. Work product sink reminds us that to ensure its protective function, it is necessary to replace the cut-resistant gloves regularly. If the use period is exceeded, there is a risk of hand or skin damage.
The first thing to know about choosing cut-resistant gloves is that we need that level of cut protection and what factors to consider? Is it straightforward to choose the highest level of cut protection gloves is feasible? The answer is no. Increase the level of cut protection is not enough to solve the problem, to cut injuries, for example, simply improve the cut resistance of protective gloves to treat the symptoms, we still need to find the root cause of cutting injuries encountered.
Is the cause of a cut injury a sharp object, a lack of grip, a poorly fitting glove, or a fatigued worker? There are many other factors that may contribute to the occurrence of a cutting injury. We must fully assess the hazards and select the correct gloves. Injuries are often the result of poor selection, or a lack of understanding of the wearer's needs.
Cut-resistant gloves as a special protective gloves of a common personal protective equipment, how to choose the right cut-resistant gloves, the user needs to take into account such elements as cut-resistant yarn, knitted fabric tear and abrasion resistance, but also the cut-resistant gloves grip and agility and other important factors of cutting protection have been considered.