Cut-resistant gloves, sleeves protect in metal fabrication applications

April 3, 2012

Kimberly-Clark Professional has introduced two new products that offer protection in metal fabrication, glass handling, automotive assembly, and stamping operations.

Jackson Safety G60 Level 2 polyurethane-coated, cut-resistant gloves protect against minor cuts and abrasions and offer a barrier against oil penetration while allowing user dexterity. Featuring a stretch Kevlar® liner, they provide ANSI/EN 388 Level 2 cut resistance and protect against intermittent heat contact up to 212 degrees F.

Jackson Safety G60 Level 5 cut-resistant sleeves with Dyneema® fiber provide superior cut protection, making them suitable for work environments that pose a risk of cuts and abrasions, the company says. With their glass liner, the gloves offer ANSI Level 3/EN 388 Level 5 cut resistance.



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