Which MaxiCut Cut Resistant Gloves Should I Buy?
Thursday, 27 June 2019 | Sean
Your workplace isn't complete without a pair of ATG gloves. Whether you need resistance against sharp tools, or protection against oil, you can guarantee that ATG have the pair of gloves for you. Their most popular range is the range of MaxiCut Gloves, which are all designed to offer excellent resistance to cuts while resisting a variety of different risks such as oil, abrasion and water.
ATG's MaxiCut Gloves are suitable for a range of tasks
MaxiCut Gloves are all backed by ATG developed technology such as CUTtech, which means that the gloves are generally far more reliable and resilient than their equivalents on the market. If you've decided to go with MaxiCut, you'll be met with quite a large range and are probably wondering where to head next. To help you make your decision, we've created this comparative blog to lay down the pros and cons of each.
MaxiCut Gloves: What's the Difference?
Our range of cut resistant ATG gloves includes over 10 fantastic pairs of gloves that each offer differing levels of resistance against different things. Some of our MaxiCut Gloves are oil resistant, some water, some have a palm coating and some are super flexible because of their Spandex liner. To help you make your initial decision, you can view comparisons between five of our top selling ATG MaxiCut Gloves below.
For your reference, CUTech refers to cut specific technology, LIQUItech refers to oil and water resistance technology, and AIRtech refers to breathability and flexibility. As you can see all gloves use CUTtech technology, though they offer different levels of cut resistance. Generally, if a glove offers oil and water resistance then a bit of dexterity is compromised, and if a glove doesn't use glass or Dyneema, then protection is compromised.
Which MaxiCut Gloves Should I Buy?
If the table hasn't helped you, and you'd like some assistance in buying for a specific industry then don't worry, because the next four parts will hopefully help you narrow down your choice a little further.
I Work with Oil, Which MaxiCut Gloves Should I Choose?
For working with oil an obvious solution is to find some MaxiCut Gloves that offer excellent oil resistance. As mentioned above, the MaxiCut Oil Resistant Palm Coated Grip Gloves 34-504 offer exceptional resistance to oil and water, with good resistance to cuts to match. They are particularly ideal for the dirty, oily tasks found in engineering, mechanics, maintenance and automotives.
I Handle Materials a Lot, Which MaxiCut Gloves Should I Choose?
For simple, handling tasks that require a little less cut resistance we would recommend the MaxiCut Palm-Coated Cut Level 3 Grip Gloves 34-450. They come with everything needed for handling materials including dexterity, sensitivity and comfort, while their grippy palm coating reduced the chances of dropping items. These are the gloves for anyone in assembly, transportation and warehousing.
I Work in Wet Conditions, Which MaxiCut Gloves Should I Choose?
While they don't protect too well against the cold, the 3/4 coating of the MaxiCut Oil Resistant Level 3 Cut Resistant 3/4 Coated Grip Gloves 34-305 means that they should keep your hands fairly dry. A grippy exterior is ideal for handling in slippery conditions, while their glass blend liner offers good protection against cuts too. These are the gloves for offshore, outdoor and gardening tasks.
I Need High Cut Resistance, Which MaxiCut Gloves Should I Choose?
Finally, the MaxiCut Ultra Level 5 Palm Coated Grip Gloves 44-3745 are designed to offer exceptional, level 5 cut resistance, making these the ideal choice for when the going gets tough. Featuring 360 degrees of high cut protection, these gloves promise to keep you safe because they use the latest, reinforced knitting technology. These gloves are ideal for tasks like ceramics and sheets handling, metal work, glass handling, component handling, automotives, aerospace and packaging.
Choose the Right ATG Gloves for the Task Ahead
The good thing about ATG is that there is always a pair of gloves for the task ahead. You can make sure that you buy the right gloves for the task ahead by choosing your gloves carefully. For our full ATG range, please see our ATG Gloves category.