Cut-Resistant Industrial GloveSeptember 1, 2010
Kimberly-Clark Professional, Roswell, GA, has rebranded its Jackson Safety G60 purple nitrile cut resistant gloves, improved their cut resistance, and enhanced their dexterity and comfort features. The gloves prove ideal for use in metal fabrication, assembly and for other applications that require protection against hand lacerations, such as handling sharp parts.
To improve cost-in-use, the new gloves are ambidextrous. The gloves feature a tapered coating on the fingertips to provide added durability without sacrificing dexterity, and a distinctive dotted palm enhances grip and flexibility. The gloves, sewn from Dyneema fabric to provide optimum breathability and comfort, provide ANSI Level 3 cut resistance and are available in sizes small through XXL.Kimberly-Clark Professional: 888/525-8388; www.kc-safety.com
See also: Kimberly-Clark Corporation
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