Cut protection gloves Cut Safe | PU coating
Cut protection gloves Cut Safe with PU coating from Hygostar
Cut Safe cut-resistant gloves are among Franz Mensch's most popular work gloves. The combination of cut protection, abrasion resistance and a high degree of sensitivity is ideal for various activities in the metal and glass industries, automotive manufacturing or handling electronic equipment. They are particularly versatile all-round gloves that offer solid, reliable quality and are comfortable to wear every day.
The Cut Safe cut protection gloves are approved as PPE, bear the CE mark and are cut-proof according to the EN 388 standard.
The carrier material consists of a nylon fine knit, which is very dense and high quality. Nylon is air-permeable and elastic, which is why the work gloves follow all hand movements - perfect when precision and concentration are required. Incorporated glass fibers make the gloves cut-resistant and ensure your safety during work. For the necessary grip and more durability, the palm and fingertips are coated with PU. This is also referred to as a 1/4 coating. The PU reinforces the cut protection gloves and makes them particularly robust against mechanical stress.
The features of Cut Safe cut resistant gloves
cut resistant according to EN 388 (cut protection level D)
made of nylon fine knit and glass fibers
robust PU coating on palm and fingertips
very abrasion resistant
safe dry handle
very good fit for precise work
air permeable back of the hand
popular, versatile protective glove
for medium risks in mechanical and industrial work with sharp objects
tested for heat protection, light protection
Standards info: Cut protection according to EN 388
Whether a glove offers protection against injuries is determined on the basis of EN 388. The standard provides for various tests on cut resistance, abrasion resistance, etc. New materials and high-performance fibers made it necessary to adapt the cut protection test a few years ago. In addition to the previous Coupe test, which is used especially for gloves made of high-tech fibers, there is now another test: the TDM cut resistance test according to EN ISO 13997, or ISO test for short. The ISO test applies primarily to cut-resistant gloves containing steel or glass fibers. The Coupe test uses a circular blade that rotates several times over the test glove. The result is a cut protection level from 1 to 5, where 5 corresponds to the best grade. The ISO test, on the other hand, is performed with a sharp blade. It is pressed once on the test glove to measure how much force cuts through the glove. The result is given in grades A to F. F has the best protective effect.