February 5, 2016 | Julie |

A Spatial Testimonial from NASA about our Cut Resistant Gloves

A few months back, we sent some samples of our S18TGFN: TenActiv™ 18-Gauge Cut-Resistant Gloves to employees who work at NASA‘s John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida.

When we asked them if they’d be willing to talk to us about their experience using our cut-resistant gloves at their facility, they provided us with a lot of great feedback.

Here’s a snippet:

“The gloves seemed to help the operator maintain dexterity while providing protection from contaminants. Residual chemicals on the exterior of waste drums were prevalent, and the sample provided more than adequate protection for the conditions that existed. The fabric is breathable and very comfortable in comparison to the bulkier leather gloves worn for protection from sharp objects. Working with bung wrenches and other tools on site while wearing these gloves made the tasks easier to accomplish since there was no loss of dexterity in the digits. Since the gloves were more comfortable, the users were less likely to remove the PPE at any given time while performing the task at hand.”
–Michelle M., Environmental Engineer of Integrated Mission Support Service

We’re so happy that their employees liked using our gloves so much! Since worker compliance with PPE is a big concern for many of our customers, we were especially excited to hear how comfortable their workers found our cut-resistant gloves, and that they wore our gloves for extended periods of time while at work.

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Here’s what Michelle had to say about the experience: “Thank you again for the samples. It is nice to be able to test out the product prior to making bulk purchases.”

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