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Level D HPPE Working Safety Cut Resistant Gloves

Product name:
Level D HPPE Working Safety Cut Resistant Gloves
Brief description:
Level D HPPE knitted PU coated safety cut resistant glove are those designed to protect the worker’s hands from cuts while working with a sharp tool, like knives, chainsaws, sharp edges, glasses, etc. They can be divided into metal mesh gloves, cut-and-sewn, kevlar knitted gloves, and HPPE knitted gloves.

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 13G level D HPPE working safety cut resistant gloves offer 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.

Feature of level D HPPE working safety cut resistant gloves

Wearable level D HPPE working safety cut resistant gloves are high-performance polyethylene gloves that are specially designed to protect hands from cuts, abrasions, and punctures.

Level D HPPE knitted PU coated safety cut resistant glove offer level 5 or level D cut-resistant performance. With level 5 or level D cut rating, it holds a high cut resistant rating, making it really effective as far as protecting your hands is concerned. You will find out that it’s very valuable because it does its best to protect your hands from injuries that can be brought on by punctures and cuts when handling sharp materials including steel, glasses, blade, chainsaw, cutter, cutting slicer, plastic sheet, steel, and paper.

It’s lightweight, PU as a common coating, it’s lightweight, too, promoting ease in managing and handling your jobs that require great dexterity. It reduces the risk of slippage when using it underwater or in areas with light oil.

60g level D HPPE working safety cut resistant gloves seamless knitted HPPE knitted liner features cut-resistant, tear-resistant, puncture-resistant.
PU coating provides excellent grip, strong abrasion performance.
Breathable design works to keep hands cool during working.
The thin and tight-fitting design ensures a secure fit.
Durable, 100% food safe and machine washable - to keep your gloves clean, simply machine wash them following the product care instructions.

Specifications of level D HPPE working safety cut resistant gloves

Material: HPPE, fiberglass, PU
Level: D
Gauge: 13
Color of Coating: gray
Color of Liner: gray
Size: 7"-10"
OEM/ODM: Yes
Logo printing: silk printing, heat transfer.
Packing: 12pairs/poly bag, 240 pairs/carton or customized

Application of level D HPPE working safety cut resistant gloves

13G level D HPPE working safety cut resistant gloves are the good choices for production industries, wiring works, metal treatment, packaging, inspection, offer protection for installing and using a cutting blade, forging, butchering, ceramics industry, steel industry, glass industry, etc.

About the cut resistant gloves

The best cut resistant gloves are always considered as vital pieces of PPE(Personal Protective Equipment) for a wide range of workers particularly those who are doing hazardous jobs. These gloves provide the best defense among workers, especially those who are dealing with risks and hazards. Wearable level D HPPE working safety cut resistant gloves is your best choice.

Following is the mechanical protection chart for EN388:2003 standards.

EN388 - Mechanical Protection

Performance levels 1 2 3 4 5
A. Abrasion resistance(cycles) 100 500 2000 8000 -
B. Cut resistance(index) 1.2 2.5 5.0 10.0 20.0
C. Tear resistance(Newton) 10 25 50 75 -
D. Puncture resistance(Newton) 20 60 100 150 -

The new standard EN388:2016
The test specimen is subjected to the same test and the number of cycles (T) is recorded. The test is manually stopped when T reaches a maximum 60 cycles.
For materials dulling the blades; if after the first sequence the number of cycles Cm+1
is greater than 3 times Cn in one of the tested specimen, the EN ISO 13997:1999 cut resistance method as per 6.3 shall be performed and this method becomes the references test method for the assessment of the protection against cut risks.
However, the test method corresponding to 6.2 could be done on request.
Levels of performance for materials tested with EN ISO13997
60g level D HPPE working safety cut resistant gloves are produced according to the new standard.

Level

A

Level

B

Level

C

Level

D

Level

E

Level

F

6.3 TDM: cut resistance(N)  

2

 

5

 

10

 

15

 

22

 

30

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