MCR Safety CT1014PU PU Kevlar Cut Resistant Gloves
MCR Safety CT1014PU PU Kevlar Cut Resistant Gloves are designed to shield the hand against cuts, puncturing and lacerations when handling seriously hazardous material. Boasting maximum ratings in the cut, abrasion and tear resistance categories, MCR CT1014PU Cut-Resistant Work Gloves further bolster protection with the inclusion of a Kevlar foundation fabric that is rough, tough and ready in the face of metal, glass and other sharp material.
- 1 x Pair of Kevlar Gloves
Sizing Information for MCR Kevlar Safety Gloves
MCR CT1014PU Polyurethane Work Gloves are available in two different sizes. To find the right size for you, simply measure the circumference of your palm and the length of your hand (as shown in the image below) before consulting the sizing chart beneath:
|Size ||Palm Circumference ||Hand Length |
|Size 7 ||178mm ||171mm |
|Size 10 ||254mm ||204mm |
How Do MCR CT1014PU Kevlar Safety Gloves Protect My Hands?
Gloves that are made for building and construction need to guard against a wide range of potential hazards. See below to find out what MCR Kevlar Safety Gloves can do to guard your hands:
- Light Impact
- Scuffs and Scratches
Protection Ratings and Safety Standards
EN 388 2003: Mechanical Resistance
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.
|Standard ||Resistance Rating |
|Abrasion Resistance ||Level 4 |
|Cut Resistance ||Level 5 |
|Tear Resistance ||Level 4 |
|Puncture Resistance ||Level 2 |
SUITABLE ENVIRONMENTS AND APPLICATIONS FOR USE
MCR Safety CT1014NF Kevlar gloves are rough, tough and ready for use in a range of industries, including:
- Glass Handling
What's So Special About Kevlar?
Kevlar is a synthetic material manufactured by DuPont. It is a tightly woven collection of aramid fibres, spun until the bond formed between them is too tight to separate. It is used in cut-resistant clothing and gloves because the lack of gaps between the fibres means a blade cannot easily pierce or puncture it.
What's So Special About a Polyurethane Coating?
Polyurethane is an incredibly flexible coating that preserves dexterity and accuracy in the fingers. A heavier glove does not allow a high degree of finger movement, thus reducing the users ability to perform precise and dexterous tasks when wearing it. A polyurethane coating has a lightweight feel to it that moulds the glove to the natural contour of your hand.
Lightweight and Slender
MCR Safety CT1014PU Kevlar gloves lightly apply their polyurethane (PU) coating over the fingers and palms. This provides the gloves with an exceptional level of touch sensitivity, enabling you to more easily feel what you are holding or using.
Level 5 Cut-Resistance Rating
Level 5 is the maximum cut-resistance rating available under EN 388 2003 and MCR CT1014PU Polyurethane Work Gloves have been awarded it. Essential for handling glass, blades, sheet metal and certain heavyweight tools, a level 5 cut-resistance rating demonstrates that a fabric will withstand contact without tearing, breaking or splitting.
Great Protection Against Tearing and Abrasions
Working in the building and construction industry means you need gloves that stand up to a great deal of wear and tear. MCR CT1014PU Work Safety Gloves boast the maximum resistance ratings for tearing, cuts and abrasions, demonstrating how they're built to withstand contact with seriously hazardous and sharp material.
Why Choose MCR?
MCR are an industry leader in the design and manufacture of work gloves, safety glasses and a selection of premium workwear garments. Established originally in 1953, MCR have been providing innovative and effective workplace protection solutions for well over half a century, demonstrating the trust and faith customers have in them.