Hand protection refers to the many types of safety gloves for protecting the hands, forearms, and arms of users in the face of any potential risks or threats from their environment, such as, cuts, abrasions, punctures with sharp cutting objects, contact with chemical products, and corrosives among others. Thus, it should be chosen in relation to the work to be performed.
Leather is a material provided for protection against mechanical and thermal risks. A leather glove can provide protection against cuts, burns and general risks, this for its intrinsic characteristics provides gloves with strength, manual dexterity and durability, besides being comfortable, flexible and ventilated, and they do not generate fungi inside.
ANTI CUT AND FIRE RESISTANT
Anti cut safety gloves manufactured in knitted or woven 100% Kevlar show resistance to the cut three times higher than cotton and seven times higher than leather, it also provides great resistance to high temperatures and low thermal conductivity, as it resists fire and does not burn, melt, or combust. Recommended for works that require protection from cuts, abrasion, sharp objects, sparks, or heat.
NITRILE, POLYURETHANE AND LATEX
Nitrile is synthetic latex with chemical properties to resist oil derived products, as well as other chemical products and diluents. Nitrile gloves are mechanically very resistant and provide better performance to cut, abrasion, tear, and drill than any other polymer. Recommended for working with chemical products, paints, lacquer, operation and maintenance of machinery, etc.
YARN, COTTON, AND POLYESTER
Elastic closed fist in cotton, full nitrile cover. Ergonomic design makes it flexible and comfortable. Ideal for metal working. Resistant to abrasion, cuts, punctures, greases and oils.