Online Safety Community

I didn't know if any of you knew this, but Wells Lamont came out with a pair of Palm Dip Gloves (FlexTech Y9216). It's suppose to be constructed to comply with ANSI cut level 5. The palm is dipped in sandy nitrile coating for improved grip in oily applications. It also prevents cuts and lacerations.

Jay

www.EncouragingSafetyAtWork.com

Views: 14

Take our poll!

Take our poll!

Latest Activity

Adam Fleaming posted a blog post

Rebooting Life science industry with Digital (Technology)

Digital technology has been driving change throughout the life science industry for years, however the sector is currently standing on the precipice of revolutionary development – some organizations have already taken the jump towards a more digital future.Data collection and visualization for decision making to improve the overall performance of themanufacturing supply chain is a huge opportunity for the life science industry, however it’s not about being new – it’s about using proven…See More
2 hours ago
Training Doyens posted events
3 hours ago
Mark Nilson posted events
4 hours ago
Tytti posted a blog post

Aviation Safety – lightning protection and other lessons from the forerunner in safety

The first ever scheduled commercial air passenger flight took place in 1914 in the US. The flight was 23 minutes long and flew the distance from St. Petersburg to Tampa. Only one seat was available in this aircraft, and it was auctioned for $400 USD (over $5,000 today). Since then the aviation industry has come leaps and bounds, especially in terms of technology and safety, for which it is often held up as a leading example.Today, aviation is considered as one of the safest modes of…See More
22 hours ago

Discussion Forum

Palm Dip Gloves

I didn't know if any of you knew this, but Wells Lamont came out with a pair of Palm Dip Gloves (FlexTech Y9216). It's suppose to be constructed to comply with ANSI cut level 5. The palm is dipped in…Continue

Started by Jay D. Rohman Dec 26, 2015.

Understanding Cut Protection 1 Reply

Bill BennettMarketing Manager, Chemical and Disposable Products, AnsellCut Resistance (i.e. CPPT value) is often the primary factor considered when evaluating cut protection because it can be readily…Continue

Tags: protection, cut

Started by Safety Community. Last reply by Rick Holm Feb 1, 2010.

Is better testing needed for Cut Protection?

I am involved in both ASTM and ISEA, and we are constantly looking for ways to improve the testing related to Cut Protection. But we rarely get comments from people outside of those organizations…Continue

Tags: astm, isea, standards, testing, protection

Started by Jeff Moreland Jan 19, 2010.

Cut Resistance vs. Cut Protection: How do I select the right glove for my application?

What is the difference between cut resistance and cut protection and how do I select the right protective glove for my application?Jeff Moreland,Textile Technologist,Occupational Knitted Products…Continue

Tags: protection, cut, resistance

Started by MoniqueB Jun 5, 2008.

Ansell U Game

Has everyone played the Ansell U game? It's the same game many folks played at the Ansell booth at NSC last year. What do you think of this type of…Continue

Tags: protection, cut, technology

Started by Lara Kretler May 29, 2008.

Badge

Loading…

© 2018   Created by Safety Community.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service