Compare the strengths of the different glove materials and coatings available and choose the composition that best meets your needs.
- A para-aramid is lightweight, supple, comfortable, and washable.
- It provides effective protection from cuts (Level 5) and offers durability and performance that far exceeds leather.
HAGANE Steel Coil
- Natural cellulose fibre.
- Flexible, soft and non-irritating, it protects against mechanical aggression (impacts, low vibration, iron filings, splinters, glass fragments), absorbs perspiration and gives you great comfort when wearing dipped protective gloves continuously.
- Cotton fibres are mixed with polyester fibres in order to associate comfort with a higher mechanical resistance and more elasticity.
- A lightweight elastic polyamide which is largely lint-free and washable, dries quickly and is resistant to abrasion and deformation.
- Mixed with cotton and acrylic, it makes the glove more flexible and extends its lifetime.
- High performance polyethylene is flexible, light and durable.
- As resistant to cutting as a para-aramid but with more resistance to abrasion, the fibre remains resistant to chemicals, in particular solvents.
- Hydropellent Technology coating.
- The HPT process creates a spongy, soft and durable coating that repels liquids to provide a firm wet or dry grip.
- Encapsulated air molecules provide an inherent vibration absorption feature.
- A non-slip synthetic polymer.
- It is flexible and can withstand abrasion and puncturing.
- It repels oils, grease, hydrocarbons and is resistant to chemicals, particularly acids in gauntlet format.
- Natural rubber that is supple, elastic, robust, highly resistant to mechanical impacts and hazards.
- Waterproof and detergent-safe.
- Elastomer that is resistant to wear, abrasion, tearing, harsh oils and chemicals.
- Doesn’t go hard in the cold or go soft in the heat.
- It is microporous and provides the hand with ventilation.
- Very elastic and adapts to all of the hand’s movements.