Best Glass Manufacture Gloves
Wednesday, 4 April 2018
What are the best glass manufacturing gloves for you? Well, this depends at what stage of the glass manufacturing process you are at. Manufacturing glass can be a long and tricky process that demands protection against all sorts of hazards. In the first stage of glass manufacture, liquid sand is melted down in furnaces that can reach up to 1700°C. This demands outstanding heat protection from your work gloves.
Further along the production line you may be shaping and moulding glass, which will require durable yet highly dexterous gloves. Once the glass has hardened, the final stage involves carrying the glass, something where a high cut risk glove may come in handy. So where do you start? Below we've compiled the best of our glass manufacturing gloves, all available to purchase from our store immediately.
Black Mamba Cut Resistant Work Gloves PR-CTR
When handling glass, all you need is sensitivity, dexterity and cut resistance and the Black Mamba Cut Resistant Work Gloves PR-CTR offer exactly that. A polyurethane palm coating ensures outstanding grip, while their level 5 cut resistance means that glass can be handled safely and securely. However, what sets the Black Mamba Work Gloves apart from the rest, is their unique Ultra High Molecular-Weight Polyethylene Fibre (UMWPF), which guarantees exceptional dexterity, flexibility and an ultra strong composition, that protects hands with material 15 times as strong as steel.
Key Features: Level 5 cut resistance, improved grip, excellent mechanical protection, ultra strong UMWPF composition, flexibility, economical price
Ejendals Tegera 8807 Level 5 Cut Resistant Work Gloves
Next up is the Ejendals Tegera 8807 Level 5 Cut Resistant Work Gloves, which combine dexterity with medium 100°C heat resistance. They are ideal for the manufacture of glass as these gloves offer some of the best mechanical protection around, while also protecting the user against some of the contact heat that may be encountered during glass manufacturing. They also feature unique CRF technology, which ensures safe and secure handling with optimal dexterity, while protecting hands from risks of cuts and scratches.
Key Features: 100°C heat resistance, all round mechanical protection, CRF technology, dexterity, oil and grease resistant
Marigold Industrial Puretough P3000 3D0 Gloves
Sometimes, increased sensitivity will be important, and this can be provided by the Marigold Industrial Puretough P3000 3D0 Gloves. Economical in price, cut resistant and with 100°C contact heat resistance for good measure, these versatile gloves are the perfect choice for carrying out glass manufacturing tasks with an intermediate level of risk. Their open finger design makes them unique among glass manufacturing gloves and ensure that the user has the total dexterity needed during lower risk glass manufacturing applications.
Key Features: Open finger design, 100°C heat resistance, high mechanical protection, outstanding dexterity, excellent grip, economical price
HexArmor SteelLeather IX 5039 Heavy Duty Cut Resistant Gloves
Moving away from the more dexterous and lightweight glass manufacturing gloves, the HexArmor SteelLeather IX 5039 Heavy Duty Cut Resistant Gloves offer some serious, heavy-duty glass protection. Maximum cut protection is guaranteed by a special SuperFabric brand, which ensures outstanding grip, with industrial puncture protection against glass. Ideal for serious, heavy duty glass manufacturing tasks, these gloves guarantee long-lasting cut protection.
Key Features: Outstanding cut protection, all round mechanical resistance, SuperFabric material, reinforced index finger and thumb saddles, puncture resistant to glass
Polyco Ingot Heatbeater Glass Mitten Safety Gloves 757
The Polyco Ingot Heatbeater Glass Mitten Safety Gloves 757 are ideal for providing protection during hot handling. Exceptional 500°C contact heat protection, a glass fabric extended cuff, and excellent resistance to abrasions, cuts, tears and punctures make these Heatbeater Mittens a class apart when it comes to protection against heat. Extra long, these mittens ensure the ultimate in mechanical and heat protection, and should be a number one choice for anyone who is involved in the earlier stages of glass manufacture.
Key Features: 500°C contact heat resistance, extended glass fabric cuff, cut resistant Kevlar liner, high durability, long-lasting and durable
Ansell HyFlex 11-202 Cut-Resistant Hi-Vis Sleeve With Velcro Fixing System
Once you have selected your ideal glass manufacturing glove, it is important to remember that your wrists and forearms may be at risk too. A top pick is the Ansell HyFlex 11-202 Cut-Resistant Hi-Vis Sleeve. It features a Velcro Fixing System that ensures ultimate cut resistance while allowing the user full use of their arm. While being resistant of heat up to 100°C, this sleeve ensures comfort with its special inbuilt Velcro fastening system.
Key Features: Velcro fastening system for comfort, hi-vis, strong abrasion and tear resistance, level 5 cut resistance, glass fibre core
Here at WorkGloves.co.uk, we are aware that finding the correct gloves for you can be difficult. This is why we have compiled this list of glass manufacturing gloves, to help you find the most suitable glove for you. If you can't find what you are looking for here, don't hesitate to check out some of our full ranges of Glass Blowing Gloves, Glass Manufacture Gloves, and Glazing Gloves.