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 interactive game as a tactic for educating people about cut protection?
Good Documentation Practices (GDP) is a quintessential part of regulated manufacturing and laboratory environments. GDP has to be adhered to in the regulated industries because it is the only truly authentic method of ensuring that documents are audited and accounted for. GDP is also essential to keep track of and maintain control at all stages of the process and the product. GDP is thus a core requirement of a thoroughly developed Quality System. US Pharmacopeia (USP) has laid out a series of…See More
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
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
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
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