Razer® - ArmorPlate™ with Polyurethane Palm Coating
Available from Banom
ANSI Cut Level 4, EN388 4542
Razer® gloves are designed for use in paper mills, extruded film manufacturing, and plastic injection molding operations where knives are used for trimming and dexterity is a necessary requirement. These gloves are made with ArmorPlate™, which combines tensile strength with a dulling action without using glass or stainless steel. Glass can become friable and stainless steel can make the user potentially conductive in an electrical hazard situation. The combination of high tensile strength and yarn hardness allows this product to resist the cutting edges of sheet metal, machined metal, and knife blades. The special palm coating is non-sticky so gloves can slide along paper stock being slit, and will resist sticking to nuts, bolts, or screws being driven with a power tool in assembly applications. Razer® gloves feature extended length knitwrist cuffs to add protection to the wrist area where arteries, tendons, and nerves are vulnerable to sharp edges. The new Taperfit® wrist design allows a contoured fit without tightness or discomfort. These gloves may be reconditioned repeatedly using the Bantex® process. Gloves cleaned with this process are bacteria free and cosmetically acceptable for users to wear. The initial unit cost is reduced with each cycle of reuse. Razer® gloves are 100% latex free and treated with Sanifresh® to keep bacteria from growing both during and after glove use.