Police Cut Resistant Safety Knitted Gloves
Color: black or white
The gloves are indispensable to public security staffs , armed
forces , fire fighters ,
economic security staffs , polices and taxi drivers.
The gloves are the most durable labor protective products widely
used in the petroleum
and chemical industry , matallurgical industry , mining industry ,
metal processing industry , etc.
The shell of cut resistant gloves often utilizes several different
kinds of materials
in order to maximize protection against cuts. Fibers used in the
may include such diverse
elements as stainless steel and fiberglass. It is also not unusual
for the gloves to
be manufactured using such heavy-duty synthetic materials as
Kevlar® and Spectra®.
The choice of materials for the shell is often dictated by the
recommended uses for the gloves.
It is possible to purchase cut resistant gloves with different
amounts of padding.
The reason for this is that some tasks require the ability to grip
In order to make sure the gloves allow a free range of movement for
the fingers, less padding is utilized.
Many brands of cut resistant gloves are also coated with finishes
that help to
enhance the ability to grasp surfaces that are somewhat slippery.
The coating can also add to the puncture resistant qualities of the
This makes the gloves even more user friendly when dexterity and
the ability to grip
objects is key to the task at hand.
Wearing this type of gloves is not appropriate for all industry or
In other instances, gloves made from one type of material may be
gloves constructed of other materials should not be used. Food
service is one example.
Spectra® would be an excellent choice for this industry, while
several other types of cut resistant
gloves would contain elements that are not compatible with handling
While cut resistant gloves do offer protection from cutting or
from rough edges or knives, their ability to resist puncturing is
somewhat limited. Using the
point of a knife to create a puncture would be somewhat difficult,
but not impossible.
Very few types of cut resistant gloves could stop an item such as a
sewing or knitting needle from
penetrating the shell. However, the combination of the thick shell
and the underlying padding would
absorb part of the thrust and possibly minimize the amount of
physical harm resulting from the puncture.