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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.

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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

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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

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Started by Jeff Moreland Jan 19, 2010.

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