TYZ’s 400D, 600D and 800D ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fibers are often developed for cut resistant gloves. Although special coating technologies often involve spandex, chinlon, dacron, glass fiber and stainless steel, none of the gloves are as soft as those made of UHMWPE fibers turned into a knit yarn for cut resistant gloves. Soft and convenient, the UHMWPE gloves meet GA 614-2006 standards, (making them ideal cut resistant gloves for use by police) and EN3888 standards. We have a complete series of gloves available to meet your requirements for cut resistant, soft and wearable gloves, as well as other high end requirements.
Cut resistant gloves made of aramid fiber are heavy and uncomfortable, gloves made of glass fibers are lightweight, but not very durable or comfortable, and gloves made of steel wires are highly uncomfortable due to the rigidity of the wire. However, cut resistant gloves made of UHMWPE fiber have outstanding protection and comfort properties, making them increasingly popular. These UHMWPE gloves effectively protect police officers and other law enforcement officials (security guards and other law enforcement agents) from wounds caused by sharp instruments.
UHMWPE cut resistant gloves are thinner, lighter and more tactile than gloves made of other materials (such as aramid fiber), making them comfortable to wear, with an excellent abrasion resistance and durability, protecting users from harm even in harsh conditions. These gloves also are breathable, cool and comfortable to the touch, reusable and easy to clean. In addition, they provide an abrasion resistance 50 times greater than that of aramids and a better cut resistance than leather or cotton. Due to these excellent features, TYZ’s cut resistant gloves are used in a wide range of handling and carrying applications, including glass handling, metal fabrication, steel manufacturing, security forces and more.Main Applications:
Law enforcement protection, automobile industry, armed protection, detailed handling, cutting, cargo handling, glass processing, mechanical protection, and filling handling