Diese Präsentation wurde erfolgreich gemeldet.
Wir verwenden Ihre LinkedIn Profilangaben und Informationen zu Ihren Aktivitäten, um Anzeigen zu personalisieren und Ihnen relevantere Inhalte anzuzeigen. Sie können Ihre Anzeigeneinstellungen jederzeit ändern.
All You Need To Know About Cut Protection Gloves
You might think that a normal cut is nothing to worry about as it will on...
paper industry.

#3. Spectra Fiber: This is flexible, lightweight, and is ten times stronger than
steel per unit weight. T...
#5. Kevler Aramid Fiber: It is as half as strong as the spectra fiber, and is five
times stronger than steel per unit weig...
Nächste SlideShare
Wird geladen in …5
×

All you need_to_know_about_cut_protection_gloves

when it comes to keeping the hands safe from cuts, there is hardly anything better and more trusted than the cut protection gloves These gloves are mainly used in industrial workplaces where workers are at a constant risk of getting injured being surrounded by hazardous machines.

  • Loggen Sie sich ein, um Kommentare anzuzeigen.

  • Gehören Sie zu den Ersten, denen das gefällt!

All you need_to_know_about_cut_protection_gloves

  1. 1. All You Need To Know About Cut Protection Gloves You might think that a normal cut is nothing to worry about as it will only take a couple of days to heal. You must also, however, remember that you should avoid injuries to tendons, muscles and nerves as they can last for a lifetime. In a workplace, working with chisels, razor, knives and scissors is very common. Not only these tools, hands are also at the risk of getting a cut from the sharp edges of metals, plastics and glass. And when it comes to keeping the hands safe from cuts, there is hardly anything better and more trusted than the cut protection gloves These gloves are mainly used in industrial workplaces where workers are at a constant risk of getting injured being surrounded by hazardous machines. Isn't it nice to slip on a pair, and feel completely confident about the safety of our hands? Modern technological advancements have made these gloves stronger, sturdier and more durable. The protection level offered by these gloves depend on the fibers used to manufacture them. The durability as well as the weight of a fiber greatly determines how much it can prevent sharp objects from cutting into it. So what are the most common types of fibers used to make these gloves? Let's have a look: #1. Metal Mesh: The interlocked stainless steel mesh is of a superior strength, and protects the hand from serious cuts and punctures. They are often used in meat/poultry applications. #2. Fiber-Metal Blends: This is one latest invention where the gloves get made from a woven fabric blend of Spectra, Kevlar and stainless steel. They are often used in handling glass, automotive manufacturing, metal application, and the
  2. 2. paper industry. #3. Spectra Fiber: This is flexible, lightweight, and is ten times stronger than steel per unit weight. This is because of the use of ultra high molecular-weight polyethylene fibers. They are often used in automotive assembly, food processing and service, appliance assembly, and the paper industry. #4. Super Fabric: These gloves come with a number of layers which make them super durable against cuts. Their tactile surfaces provide better grip of oily and wet surfaces. They are often used in the rubber industry, as well as for metal handling and plastic manufacturing.
  3. 3. #5. Kevler Aramid Fiber: It is as half as strong as the spectra fiber, and is five times stronger than steel per unit weight. They are also flexible and light in weight. They are often used in glass handling, sheet metal handling and automotive assembly. Conclusion So when you are going to buy a cut protection glove for yourself, just make sure that you keep these following factors in mind: Everything depends on the fiber you choose. It doesn't have to be the best one, but should at least meet the desired requirements. Next in line is the padding. If you want flexibility, you should go for a glove with lesser padding. The fit and the grip are the other two very important factors. So make sure that you try the gloves on before making the purchase.

×