For industrial tasks that require protection against hand lacerations, cuts, abrasions and burns, Kimberly-Clark Professional has introduced two new Jackson Safety brand cut-resistant gloves and a cut-resistant sleeve.
“These new gloves provide superior cut resistance along with excellent dexterity to protect workers against hand lacerations,” said Veronica Savage, category manager for Industrial Gloves, Kimberly-Clark Professional. “The sleeves offer protection against cuts, abrasions and burns, and the cotton inner layer provides breathability and comfort.”
The new Jackson Safety G60 Level 5 Cut Resistant Gloves with Dyneema® Fiber
are coated with polyurethane to offer the highest level of cut resistance and comfort, as well as excellent grip and dexterity. Other benefits include:
· ANSI Level 4/EN388 Level 5 cut resistance.
· Spun Dyneema® fiber with glass, stainless steel and spandex to provide cut resistance, comfort and breathability.
· A dark coating that hides dirt for longer wear.
The new Jackson Safety G60 Level 3 Cut Resistant Gloves with Dyneema® Fiber are coated with polyurethane and offer protection against hand lacerations, as well as excellent dry and oil grip. They are designed for work environments that pose a risk of minor cuts and abrasions, such as metal fabrication, glass handling, automotive assembly and stamping and assembly. The gloves also offer:
· ANSI Level 2/EN388 Level 3 cut resistance.
· Dyneema® yarn with nylon, Lycra® fiber and glass liner for cut resistance, breathability and a comfortable fit.
· Excellent dexterity for improved productivity.
· A polyurethane coating that enhances grip.
· The gloves also meet EN 420 standards including length.
New Jackson Safety G60 Level 2 Cut Resistant Sleeves are ideal for work environments that pose a risk of cuts, abrasions or burns. They are available with and without a thumbhole. The sleeves feature a Kevlar® outer layer and a cotton inner layer for cut resistance and comfort. They also meet ANSI Level 2/EN388 Level 2 cut resistance and EN 420 standards, offer good breathability and are suitable for intermittent heat contact up to 212⁰ F. Typical uses include metal fabrication, glass handling, automotive assembly and stamping and assembly.