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Gloves Knit With Kevlar And Steel

Emerald CX gloves from Superior Glove Works are knit with an engineered blend of Kevlar and stainless steel for extra strength. Rated to ANSI Level 4 cut protection, the S13CXPU glove features a therm...


November 1, 2009
By MRO Magazine
MRO Magazine

Emerald CX gloves from Superior Glove Works are knit with an engineered blend of Kevlar and stainless steel for extra strength. Rated to ANSI Level 4 cut protection, the S13CXPU glove features a thermoplastic polymer of urethane (PU) coating for softness and flexibility. While the glove has poor resistance to hot water, it has very low particulate shed, making it suitable for assembly work in industries where product contamination is an issue. In lab trials, CX gloves stand up to 1,700 g of force, making them much tougher than leather gloves.

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