Structural features of protective gloves


1. Protective gloves grip design. Generally speaking, w […]

1. Protective gloves grip design. Generally speaking, when designing protective gloves, we require that the surface of the palm and finger parts be treated so that they can firmly grasp the object in a dry and wet environment. Usually in these two parts are decorated with PVC beads, lines, or other patterns to increase their friction, suitable for the industry personnel with certain requirements for flexibility of the opponent.
2. Protective gloves are lined and unlined. The user experience of the glove is also very important. Simply put, you wear it without causing discomfort or hindering your work. Unlined gloves provide excellent touch and flexibility for the wearer's hands. Lined gloves (lining is generally knitted, gloves and lining to increase structural strength), can be better cut, cut, pierced, but not as good as unlined gloves.
3, protective gloves cuff design. Protective gloves are mainly ripstop roll cuffs, knit cuffs and straight sleeves. The cuffs protect the wrist and the above. The standard safety cuffs are generally 6.35cm long, while the straight sleeves are generally 11.43cm or longer. The protective gloves are suitable for use by industry personnel who are constantly exposed to corrosive substances.