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EN388 Results: 3132XX

EN 388 2016 Results:Abrasion: 3Cut (Coupe Test): 1Tear: 3Puncture: 2Cut (TDM-100 Test): XImpact Protection: X

EN 388 is a European Standard. Cut Level is determined by the number of cycles it takes a spinning circular blade, that is pulled across the material under a constant weight of 500 grams, to cut the fabric. As the number of cycles increase, so does the glove's ratings. Click here for more information about the EN 388 2016 standard.

PIP®

Economy Hi-Vis Seamless Knit Acrylic Glove with Latex Coated Crinkle Grip on Palm & Fingers

41-1425

Available Colors:

Hi-Vis Yellow
  • Sizes: S-2XL
  • Packed: 6 Dozen/Case
  • Country of Origin: China
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Product Attributes

Liner Material: Acrylic

Acrylic gloves provide economical cold weather protection and excellent thermal insulation.

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Gauge: 10

The number of rows of stitches per inch. A higher gauge means less bulk and greater dexterity.

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Product Description

Product Description

Used in refrigerated areas, utilities, food processing, commercial fishing, construction, outdoor winter activities and recreation.

Features

  • Seamless construction for a comfortable fit
  • Acrylic gloves provide economical cold weather protection
  • Latex "Crinkle" coating provides superior grip in wet and dry conditions
  • Knit wrist helps prevent dirt and debris from entering the glove
  • Hi-Vis coloring makes this product very easy to see
  • Excellent thermal insulation
  • Quickly evaporates moisture from the skin
  • Extra softness for non-chafing comfort
  • Launderable for extended life and to reduce replacement costs
  • Color coded hems for easy size identification
  • Seamless Knit Glove
  • 10 Gauge Brushed Acrylic Shell
  • Hi-Vis Yellow
  • Latex Coated Crinkle Grip
  • Palm & Fingertips
  • Knit Wrist
  • Unbranded
Standards Met

EN388 Results: 3132XX

EN 388 2016 Results:Abrasion: 3Cut (Coupe Test): 1Tear: 3Puncture: 2Cut (TDM-100 Test): XImpact Protection: X

EN 388 is a European Standard. Cut Level is determined by the number of cycles it takes a spinning circular blade, that is pulled across the material under a constant weight of 500 grams, to cut the fabric. As the number of cycles increase, so does the glove's ratings. Click here for more information about the EN 388 2016 standard.