HPPE Knitted PU Coated Cut Resistant Gloves
Generally speaking, there are three types of cut resistant gloves: 13G HPPE knitted PU coated cut resistant gloves, aramid knitted cut resistant gloves, metal-mesh gloves. Among the three types of gloves, the most common type is HPPE knitted cut resistant gloves, then aramid cut resistant gloves. These two types of gloves can be used alone, or sometime, it will usually be constructed by PU coating, latex coating, and sandy nitrile coating. After produced with the coating, the higher the grip it will be. It’s widely used in various industries. Also, HPPE knitted PU coated cut resistant gloves for metal treatment.
When you are doing the fine works, what the right pair of gloves is the most important aspect to consider is that they can help you move flexibly. The HPPE knitted PU coated gloves gives a high performance of anti-cutting, anti-abrasion, and anti-tear. With good materials and nice design, awarded with the highest EN388 Level 5/Level D cut-resistant, which helps you to be easier to work and high efficiency. And HPPE knitted PU coated cut resistant gloves costs is also cheaper.
The gloves are made to endure the sharp-edged blades while you are slashing and dashing your way to a glorious meal in the kitchen. Slice your food with ease never needing to worry about those nasty little cuts again. The gloves use the best quality and authentic HPPE fiber which is stronger and has a longer life span. Zhengzhou Ann Kang Trading Co., Ltd CE certificated HPPE knitted PU coated cut resistant gloves can bring you good protection.
1. HPPE fiber, the world’s strongest fiber, is respected as the premium yarn for Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE, UHMW) is a subset of the thermoplastic polyethylene. Also known as high-modulus polyethylene (HMPE), it has extremely long chains, with a molecular mass usually between 3.5 and 7.5 million amu. The longer chain serves to transfer load more effectively to the polymer backbone by strengthening intermolecular interactions. This results in a very tough material, with the highest impact strength of any thermoplastic presently made.
2. 13G HPPE knitted PU coated cut resistant gloves knitted liner provides higher cut resistant protection. Level D min cut-resistant performance.
3. PU Coating for excellent grip and protection, perfect for small parts works, carrying out precision works. CE certificated HPPE knitted PU coated cut resistant gloves tear-resistant, puncture-resistant, strong abrasion performance, breathable on back, durable, etc.
Material: HPPE, fiberglass, PU
Color of Coating: black
Color of Liner: gray
Logo printing: silk printing, heat transfer.
Packing: 12pairs/polybag, 240 pairs/carton or customized
HPPE knitted PU coated cut resistant gloves for metal treatment, are widely used for production industries, wiring works, metal treatment, packaging, inspection, offer protection for installing and using the cutting blade, forging, butchering, ceramics industry, steel industry, glass industry, paper production, etc. HPPE knitted PU coated cut resistant gloves costs is also cheaper.
Find the suitable cut resistant level for your works.
It’s important for you to choose a suitable and durable and perfect cut resistant gloves. The factor you should consider is the working condition or safety hazards you always encounter. Among the levels that you should familiarize or can be deemed useful.
Level 0: It’s the lowest level providing the least amount of protection so stay away from it as much as possible. Especially if keeping your hands fully protected is what you want to prioritize.
Level 1: This level make is made of fabric or material. It can be used like automotive maintenance or paper cuts. The usual material is the cotton, latex, nitrile or leather.
Level 2: As for this cut resistant level, the gloves are constructed from fabric or material, which can protect you from low cut hazards. It can be used in packaging, construction industries, and manufacturing.
Level 3: Level 3 cut-resistant gloves are usually made of fabric or other material that protect you from moderate cut hazards. These hazards are often noticeable in jobs related to light metal stamping or light-duty glass handling.
Level 4: Level 4 could provide high-level cut hazards, if you want to protect you from sharp objects, it is what you need. They are often produced from man-made materials or metal mesh, like HPPE and aramid.
Level 5: Level 5 cut-resistant gloves can help you deal with extreme cut hazards more effectively.