G-Tek® ECO Series™

Seamless Knit Dyneema® Phoenix Blended Glove with Polyurethane Coated Flat Grip on Palm & Fingers

19-D326

ansi-A3
ANSI Cut Level: A3

Test Method: ASTM F2992-15

New edition ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 outlines a new test method for determining cut scores and a revised scale from A1-A9. Click here for more information about the new testing standard.

4X42C

EN 388 2016 Results: 4X42CX

Abrasion: 4
Cut (Coupe Test): X
Tear: 4
Puncture: 2
Cut (TDM-100 Test): C
Impact Protection: X

EN 388 is a European Standard. Cut Level is determined by the number of cycles it takes a spinning circular blade, that is pulled across the material under a constant weight of 500 grams, to cut the fabric. As the number of cycles increase, so does the glove's ratings. Click here for more information about the EN 388 2016 standard.

ansi-abrasion-5
ANSI Abrasion Level: 5

Test Method: ASTM D3389-10

The ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 standard outlines test methods for abrasion and is scored from 0-6. The ASTM D3389-10 is used for uncoated gloves and the end point (failure) is the number of abrasion cycles when the first thread or yarn is broken. The larger numbers of cycles indicates greater abrasion resistance of the product and a higher ANSI Abrasion Level.

ANSI Puncture Level: 3

Test Method: ASTM F1342

The ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 blunt force puncture testing uses a probe to simulate a tear or burst hazard. The test measures the amount of force needed for a blunt probe to pierce through PPE material. Results are given in Newtons, which is converted into a 1-5 scale and spans from 10 newtons (Level 1) to 150+ newtons (Level 5) of puncture resistance.

Beginning of Life - Made from Bio-Based Materials

PIP® has collaborated with global partners like Dyneema® to develop bio-based ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fiber delivers the same performance as conventional HPPE fibers, but with a lower carbon footprint. This innovative technique utilizes the mass balance approach and further reduces our reliance on fossil fuel-based resources.

End of Life - Recyclable via TerraCycle® Regulated Waste

Reduce waste put into landfill by recycling used PPE through the EasyPak™ recycling program. EasyPak™ containers are a safe and simple way to recycle your PPE.

Extended Life - Reusable/Launderable

Reusing or laundering products not only reduces cost, but also reduces the amount of waste that is put into our landfills in turn reducing the environmental impact.

California Proposition 65

WARNING: Cancer - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

To see what chemicals included in the manufacturing of this product triggered the Prop 65 Warning please go to the Prop 65 Portal.

Available Colors:

Gray
  • SIZES: XS-2XL
  • Packed: 6 Dozen/Case
  • STOCK TYPE: Stock
  • Country of Origin: China
Product Attributes

Liner Material: Dyneema Phoenix

Dyneema Phoenix:

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Coating: Polyurethane

Polyurethane: Polyurethane (PU) is a tough, proven material that offers good tactile sensitivity by way of its thin material deposit. It conforms intimately over multiple glove liners to provide flexibility, dexterity and tactile sensitivity. PU coated gloves are among the most commonly used because they are versatile and provide excellent value. Newer, water-based PU coatings offer improved flexibility and less environmental lifecycle impact.

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Grip: Flat

Flat: Flat coatings take on the surface properties of the glove liner which results in the thin, conformable deposit of coating material. This results in high dexterity glove with tactile grip in dry and in slightly oily conditions.

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Product Description

Product Description

Used for electronics, glass cutting, sheet metal handling, parts assembly, sharp small parts handling, construction and other general duty applications.

Features

  • Seamless construction offers increased comfort and breathability
  • Spun Dyneema® Phoenix & Spandex shell is lightweight and provides excellent dexterity, tactile sensitivity and cut resistance
  • Bio-Based Dyneema fiber provides same performance & protection, while providing lower carbon footprint
  • Dyneema® bio-based fibers equates to 450g of CO2 emissions reduction per pair when compared to traditional Dyneema® fibers
  • Polyurethane coatings take on the surface properties of the glove liner providing a tactile grip in dry and slightly oily conditions, ideal for applications that require dexterity for precise handling
  • Knit Wrist helps prevent dirt and debris from entering the glove
  • Color coded hems for easy size identification
  • Washable, resistant to chemicals, water, and ultraviolet light
  • WARNING: Cancer - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
  • G-Tek ECOSeries with Dyneema Phoenix Technology
  • Black Polyurethane Coated Palm
Standards Met

ANSI Cut Level: A3

ansi-A3

Test Method: ASTM F2992-15

New edition ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 outlines a new test method for determining cut scores and a revised scale from A1-A9. Click here for more information about the new testing standard.

EN 388 2016 Results: 4X42CX

Abrasion: 4 Cut (Coupe Test): X Tear: 4 Puncture: 2 Cut (TDM-100 Test): C Impact Protection: X

EN 388 is a European Standard. Cut Level is determined by the number of cycles it takes a spinning circular blade, that is pulled across the material under a constant weight of 500 grams, to cut the fabric. As the number of cycles increase, so does the glove's ratings. Click here for more information about the EN 388 2016 standard.

ANSI Abrasion Level: 5

ansi-abrasion-5

Test Method: ASTM D3389-10

The ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 standard outlines test methods for abrasion and is scored from 0-6. The ASTM D3389-10 is used for uncoated gloves and the end point (failure) is the number of abrasion cycles when the first thread or yarn is broken. The larger numbers of cycles indicates greater abrasion resistance of the product and a higher ANSI Abrasion Level.

ANSI Puncture Level: 3

Test Method: ASTM F1342

The ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 blunt force puncture testing uses a probe to simulate a tear or burst hazard. The test measures the amount of force needed for a blunt probe to pierce through PPE material. Results are given in Newtons, which is converted into a 1-5 scale and spans from 10 newtons (Level 1) to 150+ newtons (Level 5) of puncture resistance.

Beginning of Life - Made from Bio-Based Materials

PIP® has collaborated with global partners like Dyneema® to develop bio-based ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fiber delivers the same performance as conventional HPPE fibers, but with a lower carbon footprint. This innovative technique utilizes the mass balance approach and further reduces our reliance on fossil fuel-based resources.

End of Life - Recyclable via TerraCycle® Regulated Waste

Reduce waste put into landfill by recycling used PPE through the EasyPak™ recycling program. EasyPak™ containers are a safe and simple way to recycle your PPE.

Extended Life - Reusable/Launderable

Reusing or laundering products not only reduces cost, but also reduces the amount of waste that is put into our landfills in turn reducing the environmental impact.

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The G-Tek® brand is applied to seamless knit coated gloves used for various cut protection and general purpose applications for various industrial, construction, and MRO applications. As a comprehensive line of hand protection, G-Tek® encompasses several technology platforms to meet the various needs of the market. Each cut resistant glove is tested to both ANSI and EN standards, and test scores are readily available on each product’s webpage.

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