MaxiDry 3/4 Coated Oil-Resistant Gloves 56-425
In using a 3/4 nitrile coating, the MaxiDry 3/4 Coated Oil-Resistant Gloves 56-425 are well suited to work in dirty environments that demand resistance from oil and water. Their strong abrasion resistance means that they offer longevity and mechanical protection too, proving suitable in handling tasks, industrial workplaces, and applications such as oil and gas, engineering and mechanics.
Where Can I Use the MaxiDry Oil-Resistant Gloves?
The MaxiDry Gloves have been designed to offer resistance to oil and water, while their level 4 abrasion resistance means that they will protect the hands against coarse and rough materials. This makes the gloves particularly well suited to dirty work such as mechanics, assembly, industrial tasks and more. We would recommend these gloves in the following situations:
- Car mechanics
- Component handling
- Industrial gloves
- Light engineering
- Material handling
- Metal handling
- Offshore oil
- Oil filtration
- Oil handling
- Oil operations
- Oil refining
- Railway maintenance
- Wind farm
Please note that this list is just a list of recommendations, and that these gloves are suitable for a many different applications too. Due to their durable but water and oil resistant palm, these gloves perform well in any task that demands protection from dirty materials and mechanical protection too.
How Resistant to Oil Are the MaxiDry 3/4 Coated Gloves?
The MaxiDry Oil-Resistant Gloves utilise a nitrile coating that means that they will protect your hands against oil across three quarters of the surface of the gloves. This includes the palm and the back of the hand up to the knuckles. This enables you to grip greasy, oily and dirty materials without your hands being exposed to the dirt, helping to improve hygiene and productivity.
What Else Will the MaxiDry Gloves Protect Me From?
It isn't just oil that the MaxiDry Gloves will protect you from. They are also designed to offer a good level of resistance to the following:
Why Should I Trust the MaxiDry 3/4 Coated Gloves?
It's okay us saying that the MaxiDry Gloves offer excellent resistance to a range of different things, but why should you trust what we say? The gloves have been tested to EN 388, which is regulated by a certified body that tests gloves resistance to things such as abrasion, cuts, tears and punctures. The 56-425 Gloves achieved the following results:
|Hazard ||Level of Resistance |
|Abrasion Resistance ||Level 4 |
|Cut Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Tear Resistance ||Level 2 |
|Puncture Resistance ||Level 1 |
What Does This Mean?
If you are unsure of EN 388, then these numbers won't mean much. Level 4 is the highest level available, meaning that the gloves offer an exceptional level of resistance against abrasion which can ensure hand safety and the longevity of the gloves. Their resistance to tears is good too, which combined with the high abrasion resistance means that the gloves will continue to perform to their full capabilities long after purchase.
Will I Retain Grip in Oily Conditions?
Oil and grease are naturally slippy to work in, which is why the MaxiDry Gloves utilise GRIPtech technology to ensure exceptional grip even in the most slippery of conditions. GRIPtech works by using a micro-cup non-slip grip finish that offers a controlled level of grip in the palm area, perfect for handling materials when the going gets slippy.
How Flexible Are the MaxiDry 3/4 Coated Gloves?
The MaxiDry 3/4 Gloves use a nylon and Spandex blend liner that offers strong mechanical protection, combined with excellent flexibility. The material is designed to stretch with the natural movement of your hands, meaning that you can grip tools and machinery without too much worry. Even if the gloves are damp and dirty, you should retain the level of dexterity that you need.
How Comfortable Are the MaxiDry 3/4 Coated Gloves?
Within the gloves is a HandCare Program that is used within all of the Maxi Gloves that we sell. This is designed to be extremely healthy to the skin, while the flexible nature of the gloves means that they are incredibly comfortable to use. This level of comfort is retained even after using the gloves all day, perfect for use on an assembly line or garage from the start of the shift to the end.
How Tight Is the Cuff on the MaxiDry 3/4 Coated Gloves?
If you're working in slippery conditions it's important to prevent dirt and debris from entering your gloves. With a tight knitwrist that fluctuates in length between 70mm and 85mm depending on your size selected, it means that any outside contaminants are prevented from entering your gloves during use. This is perfect for use in the dirtiest of conditions, as your hands will remain fresh and clean.
Can I Buy the MaxiFDry Oil-Resistant Gloves in Bulk?
Buying in bulk is a great way to save money for businesses. Should you want to buy these gloves at a discount in a pack of 12 pairs, you can do so by clicking on the link below:
Can I Wash the MaxiDry 3/4 Coated Oil-Resistant Gloves?
The MaxiDry Gloves are designed for dirty and oily conditions, so it's important that you should be able to wash them from time to time. The gloves are suitable for washing, and we recommend that you follow the below instructions or click on the PDF below to ensure the longevity of your gloves.
- Use commercial laundry soap or detergent (do NOT use dry cleaning solutions)
- Wash in warm to medium hot water and do not exceed 40°C
- Wash for 10 minutes and rinse in cold water
- Repeat wash and rinse if the gloves are particularly dirty
- Rinse again in cold water
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Please note that washing your gloves may impact their overall performance. Please note that it is recommended that you wash your gloves a maximum of three times.
What Materials Are the MaxiDry 3/4 Coated Gloves Made From?
The MaxiDry 3/4 Coated Gloves are designed using a range of materials. They are as follows:
- Coating: Nitrile butadiene rubber
- Coating Texture: Micro-foam
- Liner: Nylon, Spandex
Which Size Gloves Should I Choose?
The MaxiDry Gloves are available in four different sizes, meaning that you should be able to find the size that's right for you. To measure your hand, measure the circumference of your hand around the knuckles (excluding the thumb) with your hand open and your fingers together as seen in the image below.
|Glove Size ||Palm Circ. ||Palm Length ||Total Length of Glove |
|Size 7 (Small) ||178mm ||170mm ||230mm |
|Size 8 (Medium) ||203mm ||182mm ||240mm |
|Size 9 (Large) ||229mm ||192mm ||250mm |
|Size 10 (Extra Large) ||254mm ||204mm ||260mm |
What Documentation Is Available?
|Conformity Statement ||Instructions for Use |
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