G-Tek® PolyKor® Seamless Knit PolyKor® Blended Glove with Nitrile Coated Foam Grip on Palm & Fingers - Touchscreen Compatible
Ultra-light weight 18-gauge seamless knit gloves deliver outstanding dexterity and tactile sensitivity. Comfortable to wear with solid ANSI A5 cut and level 4 abrasion resistance ratings. Nitrile coated foam grip stays flexible in hot and cold environments, and provides a controlled grip in dry and slightly oily conditions.
- Nitrile coated foam grip palm and fingers provide a controlled grip in dry, and slightly oily conditions
- MicroFoam Nitrile stays flexible in hot and cold conditions
- Reinforced thumb crotch provides longer wear life and increased protection
- Touch screen compatible to allow the user to operate a touch screen phone or device without removing gloves
- Knit wrist helps prevent dirt and debris from entering the glove
- Color coded hems for easy size identification
- Washable, resistant to chemicals, water, and ultraviolet light
- ANSI CUT LEVEL: A5
- EN388 RESULTS: 4X41E
LINER MATERIAL: HPPE
HPPE: Products constructed with High Performance Polyethylene Fiber (HPPE) fibers are suitable for protection against mechanical hazards in the toughest environments. HPPE fiber products can be designed for different protection levels, up to the highest levels, while maintaining an unprecedented level of comfort. They are also highly resistant to abrasion and chemicals, so you can rely on them to provide long-lasting protection.
Nitrile: Nitrile is a synthetic rubber compound that offers excellent puncture, tear and abrasion resistance. Nitrile is also known for its resistance to hydrocarbon-based oils or solvents. Nitrile coated gloves are the first choice for industrial jobs which require handling of oily parts. Nitrile is durable and helps to maximize protection.
Foam: Available in Nitrile, NeoFoam® and PVC, foam coating cell structure is designed to channel fluids away from the surface of the object helping improve grip in slightly oily/wet conditions. Secure grip in dry conditions. Oily/wet grip varies with density of cell structure.