See more product details. Ansell Pro HyFlex light duty safety glove. Experience the optimum balance of protection, comfort and dexterity with HyFlex gloves. Ergonomically designed, they blend quality performance with precision handling. Cool and comfortable feeling. Relaxed, natural fit liner helps reduce hand fatigue.
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The palm coating provides excellent dry grip and effective control in minimally oily environments. The relaxed, natural fit liner helps reduce hand fatigue which increases worker acceptance and safety compliance. These gloves are durable and machine washable. Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. In-stock orders placed by noon normally go out the same day.
We offer 2 nd day and Next day air for faster shipping. If you have any problems with your order please feel free to call us at What do the different levels mean? ANSI Cut Levels used to range from Level 1 gram load to Level 5 3, gram load and you may still see these levels referred to in older literature.
Today, the levels have been expanded and refined to range from Cut Level A1 for light cut hazards - gram load to Cut Level A9 for high cut hazards - 6, gram load. Which cut level do I need?
Use the chart below to determine the cut level you need in gloves, sleeves, or clothing:. How do you determine cut levels? We use a specialized testing machine called a Tomodynamometer TDM to measure cut levels. We gather data from multiple tests under various loads to determine the force required to cut through the sample.
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Just fill out the information below and your question will be answered with 1 to 2 business days. Cut Level Guide What do the different levels mean? Today, the levels have been expanded and refined to range from Cut Level A1 for light cut hazards - gram load to Cut Level A9 for high cut hazards - 6, gram load Which cut level do I need?
Use the chart below to determine the cut level you need in gloves, sleeves, or clothing: How do you determine cut levels? Glove Size Guide. What our customers are saying Recently Viewed. You May Also Like. In Stock.
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