- Dec 27, 2017 -
Cut-resistant gloves are those designed to protect the worker's hands from cuts while working with sharp tools. They can be divided into metal mesh gloves, cut-and-sewn, and seamless knitted gloves.
Metal mesh gloves are a form of chainmail, and are made of rings of stainless steel. They are typically used in food applications.
Cut-and-sewn gloves can be made by a cut-resistant material or by conventional materials with full or palm lining of cut-resistant materials. The materials are cut to shape and sewn into a glove.
Seamless knitted gloves are knitted in one piece by a flat knitting machine. The cut protection is provided by high performance materials such as Para aramid (Twaron, Kevlar), HPPE (High Performance Poly Ethylene, Dyneema, Spectra), special PVA yarns (SupraBlock) or steelfibre and fibreglass yarns. Thick gloves are usually knitted on a 10 gauge machine while thinner and more flexible styles are knitted on a 13 gauge machine. The gloves are usually coated with solid or foamed Latex, Nitrile or Polyurethane.
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