Guide to Choosing the Best Automotive Industry Gloves

This infographic guide will help you choose the best glove or arm sleeve for auto industry workers, whether you do metal stamping, auto assembly, powertrain assembly or even automotive painting.

Metal stampers typically need gloves with high abrasion and/or cut resistance. Automotive and powertrain assemblers usually need gloves with cut resistance yet with high dexterity & flexibility or palm coating for improved grip for handling wet or oily materials, glass or metal parts. Paintline workers typically need a lightweight cotton or nylon inspectors style glove and/or gloves resistant to chemicals.

Auto workers commonly use protective arm sleeves that come in various materials and cut resistant levels and come in tapered or tubular/stockinette styles for the perfect fit, comfort and protection.

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