CUT RESISTANT GLOVES

There are hardly any industries where cuts, abrasion hazards, and punctures aren’t a risk.

From oil field workers to cell phone tower riggers, mechanics to doctors, sheet metal and glass handlers, nurses, and employees in numerous other industries require reliable protection against these workplace hazards.

CHEMICAL GLOVES

Whenever there are chemicals being handled there’s the risk of a chemical burn or other injuries. With biohazards, all that it takes is one touch to start a chain reaction where infections spread like wildfire

PVC GLOVES

PVC gloves provide adequate protection against stronger acids and bases as well as salts, alcohols and water solutions making this type of hand ppe ideal for tasks that involve handling these kinds of materials or when handling objects in the wet. PVC gloves also provide adequate protection against abrasion and to a certain degree of vibration and shock. You can also use PVC gloves for assembly line work and handling small parts.

FOOD PROCESSING GLOVES

In industrial food processing – as well as in all other areas in which food is handled – selecting the right safety gloves is of particular importance. Mainly to avoid injuries to the hands and skin, but also to avoid any health risks posed to consumers from contaminated foodstuffs.

FREEZER THERMAL GLOVES

When cold weather hits, or if you work around refrigeration or near freezers, you need a thermal barrier that will retain your body heat and block out the extreme cold. Since cold temperatures can cause temporary or permanent damage to the skin and muscle tissue, the colder it is, the more cold weather hand protection you need

ARC FLASH GLOVES

Arc rated clothing and electrical PPE should be worn when working on energised conductors, cables or circuits. Over 50% of workplace accidents from low voltage switchgear are from arc related faults – they are not confined to medium/high voltage power distribution networks where even small levels of residual voltage can trigger an arc flash. Arc Flash Hazard is a subject that is undergoing increased discussion and scrutiny in today’s safety conscious environment. The intent of the standards in this area is to provide an increased level of safety for the electrical worker. Put simply, an Arc Flash incident can cause significant injuries, and possible death without the correct procedures in place. Consequently, it is vital that the correct procedures are in place to mitigate the risks and protect against potential accidents.

ELECTRICIAN INSULATING GLOVES

Electric gloves basically comprise two parts that together form a glove system. The rubber-insulating glove is the inner part and is classified by the kind of voltage and protection they provide, while the leather protector gloves are worn over the rubber insulating gloves. The leather protector gloves provide protection against cuts and punctures.

IMPACT & VIBRATION GLOVES

Swinging a hammer on a job site, moving heavy objects, or working in a mechanics garage are just a few situations that put hands at risk of impact injuries. Any job where your hands might be crushed or hit by tools, equipment, or supplies requires reliable, impact-resistant work gloves.

COTTON GLOVES - GENERAL MAINTENANCE & WAREHOUSES

Protects against dirt, splinters, and abrasions. Helps grip slippery objects

COMAREX YELLOW CRINKLE RUBBER GLOVES

Great grip especially in wet conditions. Latex coated gloves provide high elasticity, great abrasion and tear resistance.

ALUMINIZED LEATHER GLOVES - HIGH HEAT RESISTANCE

Aluminized gloves: These gloves are recommended for welding, furnace and foundry work, as they provide reflective and insulating protection. Kevlar gloves: These have a wide variety of industrial applications. They are cut- and abrasion-resistant and provide protection against both heat and cold

LEATHER WELDING GLOVES

Welding, glass manufacturing, petrochemical plants, oil fields, and the natural gas industries are only some examples of workplaces where heat and arc hazards pose serious risks.

CHROME LEATHER DOUBLE PALM GLOVES

Welding, glass manufacturing, petrochemical plants, oil fields, and the natural gas industries are only some examples of workplaces where heat and arc hazards pose serious risks.

PIG SKIN TIG LEATHER GLOVES

Pig Skin is a very abrasion resistant leather due to its natural fiber make up. The leather breathes, allowing it to retain its softness even after being wet. Pigskin gloves are useful in wet applications as this glove will not become as stiff as other types of leather.

CANDY STRIPE LEATHER PALM GLOVES

Designed for Rigging Operations and General Handling Requiring Abrasion Resistance and Breathability. Durable

SUPERIOR GREEN DRIVERS GLOVE

The tack of a leather glove offers superior grip and control over the wheel. They’re especially useful when driving on the highway. Reduces Hand Fatigue. Driving gloves reduce the vibrations from your wheel that tire the hand when driving for long periods of time.

GOATSKIN FULL GRAIN GLOVES

Goatskin is the strongest and most durable type of leather. Its natural lanolin in the skin makes the glove very supple, waterproof and abrasion resistant. The material is excellent for tasks involving fine dexterity.

GLOVE CLIPS

Glove clips ensure that gloves are kept attached to the employee’s belt or belt loops and secure the gloves so that they will not be lost during the course of a work day.

DISPOSABLE GLOVES

Disposable gloves are gloves that you use one time and then throw away. They can protect your health and the health of the person you’re caring for. They help keep germs and infection from spreading to you and to the other person. Can also be used to keep your hands clean, like example when working in the garden or with food.