Seamless Electrostatic Dissipative Glove | Protective Industrial Products

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EN388 Results: 4131XX

EN 388 2016 Results:Abrasion: 4Cut (Coupe Test): 1Tear: 3Puncture: 1Cut (TDM-100 Test): XImpact 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.

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Seamless Knit Nylon / Carbon Fiber Electrostatic Dissipative (ESD) Glove with PVC Dot Grip

40-6411

Available Colors:

Gray
  • Sizes: S-L
  • Packed: 25 Dozen/Case
  • Country of Origin: South Korea
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Product Attributes

Coating: PVC

Durable resistance and barrier protection against petrochemicals, oils and grease. While it is flexible, PVC does not provide the tactile sensitivity associated with most rubber products.

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Construction: Seamless Knit

Seamless knit construction protects arms without sacrificing comfort or dexterity.

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Product Description

Product Description

Used in circuit board manufacturing, munitions, electronics assembly and aerospace.

Features

  • Electrostatic Dissipative (ESD) fiber yarns blended with low lint nylon which reduces static build-up on the glove surface for improved performance in electronics assembly
  • Seamless knit gloves provide great dexterity
  • PVC dots provide enhanced grip and extra cut and abrasion resistance
  • ESD Seamless Knit
  • Nylon and Carbon Fiber Yarns
  • White PVC Dotted Grip
  • Palm & Fingers
Standards Met

EN388 Results: 4131XX

EN 388 2016 Results:Abrasion: 4Cut (Coupe Test): 1Tear: 3Puncture: 1Cut (TDM-100 Test): XImpact 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.