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Acton, ON, Canada — January 12, 2017 — Superior Glove announced the release this week of the world’s first — and only — 18-gauge arc flash-rated work glove. Made with DuPont™ Kevlar®, this glove combines the high dexterity of an 18-gauge yarn with an arc flash level 2 rating.
“We strive to create innovative safety products that are comfortable to wear,” said Superior Glove President Tony Geng. “This glove has been in development for a while, so this is very exciting for us.”
13,000 arc flash-related incidents occurred in 2013, 400 of which resulted in fatality. These incidents are preventable with the right precautions and the proper personal protective equipment. Superior Glove aims to increase worker safety and protection with the introduction of this 18-gauge arc flash glove.
Superior Glove Works is a leader in the industrial work glove industry. Vertical integration, a sound business approach and a dedication to research and innovation has led the company to be one of the largest work glove manufacturers—with customers in North America and Europe. Specializing in cut-resistant gloves, Superior offers an astounding 3,500 styles of work gloves to the safety glove market. Providing “engineered hand protection for every industry” is more than just a slogan—it’s the impetus for growth and the foundation on which Superior Glove was built. For more information visit: www.superiorglove.com.
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