Knowledge about cut-resistant gloves


1. Performance of anti-cut gloves:

1)Anti-cut, anti-stab, anti-slip, and wear-resistant;

2)It has super anti-cut performance, wear resistance and puncture resistance;

3)Can effectively protect human hands from being cut by sharp edges such as knives;

4)Excellent anti-slip performance can protect objects from falling when grabbing them.

2. Material of anti-cut gloves:

1)Kevlar (aramid): Kevlar is an aromatic polyamide product. The original color of the fiber is yellow. Strong yet lightweight. Flexible. 5 times stronger than steel of the same weight. Can prevent flames. Will not melt at high temperatures. Therefore, it is more suitable for workers working in high temperatures. For example: metal smelting, industrial welding, glass processing, etc.

2)Dyneema/Spectra (high-strength polyethylene fiber): tough and lightweight. Fits well. Good wear resistance. The friction coefficient is small. high strength. It is more than ten times that of steel wire of the same cross-section. Mostly used by workers in high-intensity industries. For example: metal processing, body assembly, stamping operations, etc.

3)Steel wire and polyester fiber: Steel wire gloves have the highest cut resistance. A blade suitable for manual operation. In addition to being used in the food processing industry. Also used to protect against animal bites.

3. How to judge the grade of cut-resistant gloves:

According to EN388 standard. Cut-resistant gloves can be divided into 5 levels. It can be determined from the number of turns the glove material resists repeated friction (abrasion resistance), the number of turns the glove material resists cutting objects (cut resistance), and the number of units of force required to tear a pre-cut hole in the glove material (tear resistance). ), how much force is required to pierce the palm of the glove with a calibrated spike (puncture resistance), judged from four aspects, roughly as follows: