Polyurethane Palm-Coated Gloves
Polyurethane, known as the most versatile polymer, the range of materials that the basic resin can be synthesized with are what makes it so. When it comes to glove coatings, polyurethane has the unique quality of being quite grippy without being sticky. Polyurethane's softness, combined with great puncture and abrasion resistance, make it a very desirable coating for cut-resistant gloves, because it provides grip and boosts puncture resistance, all without adding bulk or reducing touch sensitivity. The low-particulate shed makes it a perfect choice for those working with electronics and in clean rooms.
Low particulate shed.
Speckled grey knit with Dyneema®, non-shedding polyurethane palm coat.
Economy version, black PU on black nylon glove.
Non-linting polyester string knit, with PU palm.
Open finger glove made with Dyneema®.
Speckled grey knit with Dyneema®, non-shedding polyurethane palm coat. ASTM cut-level 2.
Hi-Viz polyester gloves with PU palm coating