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Are your cut resistant gloves fit for use?

Be aware of the materials used in your cut resistant gloves

Ensuring hand safety in a workplace means wearing and keeping appropriate safety gloves on. That means cut resistant gloves need to provide consistent and reliable cut protection, be comfortable and safe for use, and not get in the way of work.

Uncomfortable gloves pose hand safety risks at workplace

Many glove manufacturers are looking for solutions to pass the more stringent EN388 2016 and ANSI standards, such as using more engineered yarns with glass and basalt fibers as a cost effective solution to boost cut protection performance.

Though they may pass the initial cut resistance test, but are they fit for your safety protocols?

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Be aware of the materials used in your cut resistant gloves, even if it passes a cut protection standard.

Gloves with non-certified materials may present risks

It is important that users check if the fibers/materials used are compliant with international materials safety regulations to ensure that it is safe for use and usage needs.

DSM Dyneema continuously delivers the most advanced cut protection fiber technology that meets industry standards.

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Your safety starts with the right material of choice for your cut resistant gloves.

Find out more about how gloves with Dyneema® Diamond Technology deliver an unmatched combination of cut protection, comfort and dexterity in an advanced single yarn solution. Without using glass and basalt fiber reinforcements or non-compliant materials.

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Where to buy

Only Cut Resistant Gloves made with Dyneema® bear the Dyneema® diamond. Only our licensed partners make them. Find your Cut Resistant Glove with Dyneema® by clicking on one of our official partners, below.