HexArmor Six Series 9011 Level F Cut Resistant Gloves
Think complete protection is a myth? Think again. HexArmor Six Series 9011 Level F Cut Resistant Gloves use a SuperFabric foundation fabric layer and innovative industrial puncture protection to guard against cuts, tears, punctures and abrasions. Unlike other safety gloves, HexArmor 9011 Gloves back up their complete protection claim. With Level 4 abrasion, tear and puncture resistance ratings and an incredible Level F cut rating, they are some of the safest gloves on the market.
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MAIN FEATURES OF THE HEXARMOR LEVEL SIX SERIES 9011 CUT RESISTANT GLOVES
- Maximum Level F cut resistance is perfect for serious handling professionals
- Complete maximum Level 4 EN 388 protection against tearing, abrasions and punctures
- Wrinkle rubber palm coating enhances grip strength and stability
- SuperFabric foundation enhances safety and protection against sharp material
- Unique, raised palm coating helps attach palm to whatever material you're handling
- Breathable back thanks to exposed and uncoated fabric
- Elastic knit wrist prevents dirt and debris entering the glove
- Available in four different sizes for a guaranteed perfect fit every time
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.
|Size ||Circumference of Palm (mm) ||Length of Palm (mm) |
|Size 7 (Small) ||178mm ||171mm |
|Size 8 (Medium) ||203mm ||182mm |
|Size 9 (Large) ||229mm ||192mm |
|Size 10 (Extra Large) ||254mm ||204mm |
HexArmor 9011 Protection Ratings
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.
|Standard ||Resistance Rating |
|Abrasion Resistance ||Level 4 |
|Cut Resistance ||N/A |
|Tear Resistance ||Level 4 |
|Puncture Resistance ||Level 4 |
|ISO Cut Resistance ||Level F |
MAXIMUM LEVEL F CUT RESISTANCE
Level F cut-resistance is the highest rating available under EN 388. It indicated that a glove is capable of withstanding in excess of an incredible 30 newtons of downward force applied by a sharp implement.
WHAT DOES LEVEL F RESISTANCE REALLY MEAN?
In plain English, Level F resistance is the difference between a blade slicing straight through your hand, and the sharp side or tip getting lodged between the highly resistance, tightly woven fibres that comprise a safety glove. Level F gloves are designed for the most dangerous, heavy-duty professions.
Too often, manufacturers claim their safety gloves offer complete protection to back it up. Not HexArmor. 9011 Level F Safety Gloves max-out every single resistance category they're tested against. You heard it right. Level 4 abrasion, puncture, tear and Level F cut-resistance ratings makes one of the most mechanically resistance safety gloves on the market.
Suitable Applications and Environments for Use
Innovation SuperFabric Foundation
SuperFabric was developed in 1996 as a way of preventing needles, blades, knife tips, sheet metal edges and serrated edges from puncturing through fabric. Since then, SuperFabric has been used in safety vests, safety gloves, workwear garments, trousers and so much more. Trust that you're in safe hands.
Wrinkle Rubber Palm Coating
Wearing the wrong safety gloves makes handling material, products, equipment and tools a lot harder. A wrinkled coating is an innovative, fairly rare type of treatment that raises the fabric to form a slightly abrasive surface capable of gripping to material better than a flat one is.