HexArmor GGT5 Arctic Gator 4031 Thermal Machinery Gloves
Ensuring that the right gloves are worn when working with heavy tools, pipes, and machinery is vital for protecting hands. HexArmor GGT5 Arctic Gator 4031 Thermal Machinery Gloves offer a reliable and durable design that provides grip and cut resistance ideal for handling potentially dangerous objects.
- 1 x Pair of Machinist Gloves
KEY FEATURES AND BENEFITS of HexArmor Thinsulate Thermal Gloves
- Level 5 cut resistance is maximum available under EN 388
- Thinsulate liner traps heat and prevents warmth exiting the glove
- Wet and dry grip enhancement maximises handling capability
- SlipFit wrist cuff prevents dirt and debris entering the glove to cause discomfort
- IR-X Impact Exoskeleton on the back-of-hand protects against downward force
- SuperFabrc interior layer maximises EN 388 ratings
- TP-X palm with reinforced stitching prevents rips, tears and splitting
Which Size Is Right for Me?
To find your perfect size, simply measure the circumference of your palm (ignoring the thumb area) and the length of your hand as indicated in the image below. Once you have your measurements, please consult the sizing chart below to find the correct size for your hand.
|Circumference of Palm (mm)
|Length of Palm (mm)
|Size 7 (Small)
|Size 11 (XX-Large)
Protection Ratings and Standards
EN 388 is a European regulation governing the sale of gloves used for safety and protection. It determines the gloves' performance when used for protection against mechanical machinery by measuring the fabric's abrasion, cut, tear and puncture resistance.
The EN 388 cut resistance test uses a single sharp implement to repeatedly pressure a glove in order to determine the amount of force required to cause visible and functional damage.
|ISO Cut Resistance
Applications of the Arctic Gator 4031
HexArmor Thinsulate Thermal Gloves have a wide range of professional and personal application thanks to their cold-weather protection and impressive EN 388 ratings. Please view the list below to see a few examples:
Level 5 Cut-Resistant Material
Working with highly volatile and sharp material can seriously damage your hands. Level 5 cut resistance protects the hand from machine misfire, cutting, blades and sheet metal edges.
Maximum SuperFabric Protection
Serious about heavy-duty protection, SuperFabric was developed in 1996 as a solution for preventing needle and knife incisions. It is the layer that prevents a serrated edge, needle or blade end from breaking through your glove and causing serious injury to your hand
What Is Thinsulate Lining?
Thinsulate is a collection of difference sized woven synthetic fibres packed together to provide resistance to varying levels of cold. They allow larger than standard gaps to exist between their fabric fibres.
How Does Thinsulate Work?
Thinsulate not only traps a greater degree of heat, but it allows moisture and liquid to escape, preventing the build up of sweat and odour. Thinsulate is also incredibly thin, meaning it retains and traps a high level of warmth without intruding on your ability to perform dexterous and precise tasks.
TP-X Palm Stitching
TP-X is an innovative stitching system that ensures longevity. In a normal pair of safety gloves, single stitched hems and seams break over time as you use them. TP-X ensures that seams are double stitched using premium thread.
High Dexterity and Precision Handling
Dexterity does not need to be compromised for safety. The Arctic Gator 4031 Gloves enable flexible movement, offering maximum usability when coupled with the quality wet- and dry-grip functionality.
The back of the hands feature IR-X Impact Exoskeleton with a high flex design. This helps to deflect any sudden and unexpected impact, reducing the shock and potential damages caused by unwanted collision.
High Visibility in Low Light Conditions
The gloves feature a high-visibility colour scheme. The bright green hi-vis material allows the gloves to be more easily seen, making them more practical for use in darker environments.