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This infographic will guide you in the right direction in choosing the best cut-resistant work glove for your needs. There are many things to consider when choosing the right glove, like what hazards a worker typically encounter, whether the worker need other protections like puncture or heat resistance or need additional grip or comfort. We compare cut resistance, abrasion resistance, grip (without palm coating), the comfort of the glove based on materials and any heat resistance protection.
Depending if your workers encounter nuisance/low cut hazards, moderate, high or extreme hazards will determine what material or combination of materials that would be ideal for your work environment and common hazards. Our cut resistant gloves are available in styles like string knit, leather, leather drivers, leather palm and palm coated.
If you have any questions, need assistance in choosing the right glove, interested in a FREE sample, or would simply like more information about our products, contact us and we’ll gladly help you out!
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