Best Impact Resistant Work Gloves
Thursday, 3 May 2018 | Admin
If you work in oil, gas, heavy engineering, equipment maintenance or any other industry that involves the use of heavy equipment or the handling of heavy material, you'll be aware that impact injuries are common in these environments – often resulting from hands being struck accidentally, or getting caught between or underneath objects. In these professions, Impact Resistant Work Gloves therefore play a significant role in the prevention of hand and finger injuries. At WorkGloves.co.uk, our aim is to keep your hands safe. So, in order to help you select the best Impact Resistant Work Gloves for your job, we've compiled this list of our top five.
Ansell ActivArmr 97-120 Hi-Vis Kevlar Rugged Work Gloves
The Ansell ActivArmr 97-120 Hi-Vis Kevlar Rugged Work Gloves are constructed from a synthetic liner with neoprene and nitrile impact guards on the back of the hand. These work gloves provide impact protection with a number of other features that increase safety in rugged, medium- to high-risk environments, including a high-visibility colour, outstanding grip, cut-resistant Kevlar liner, anti-static properties, and specialised oil-impermeable technology that prevents contact between oil and your bare skin.
Key Features: Impact guards on the back of the hand, oil-impermeable, outstanding grip, hi-vis colour.
Mechanix Wear M-Pact Fingerless Impact-Resistant Gloves
Featuring a fingerless design, the Mechanix Wear M-Pact Fingerless Impact-Resistant Gloves provide impact protection without inhibiting control or reducing tactile sensitivity. These gloves are fitted with Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR) and EVA foam knuckle guards and D3O palm padding that absorbs and dissipates shock. While not suitable for applications where full hand protection is required, these gloves are ideal for use by security guards, law enforcement officers and equipment operators, and are suitable for a wide range of maintenance, repair and DIY jobs.
Key Features: Fingerless design, Thermoplastic Rubber and EVA knuckle guards, shock-absorbing D3O palm padding, excellent grip.
Towa Exxoguard Kevlar Impact Protection EG3-351 Gloves
The Towa Exxoguard Kevlar Impact Protection EG3-351 Gloves feature Thermoplastic Rubber pads on the back of the hand for impact protection and have a latex-coated palm for enhanced grip. Constructed from an ergonomically-designed Kevlar and steel liner, these gloves provide outstanding protection against mechanical hazards with excellent comfort. In addition, these gloves protect against contact heat up to 250°C.
Key Features: Cut-resistant liner, excellent grip, ergonomic design, contact heat resistance up to 250°C.
Ejendals Tegera 320 Knuckle Protection Assembly Gloves
With a lightweight, close-fitting design and PU knuckle protection patches, the Ejendals Tegera 320 Knuckle Protection Assembly Gloves provide dexterous protection for light handling tasks that carry a risk of impact-related injury. With a velcro wrist strap, these gloves will also keep dirt and debris away from your hands, and remain securely in place throughout each task.
Key Features: Reinforced impact-resistant panels, lightweight, close-fitting design, velcro wrist strap for a secure fit.
Polyco Multi-Task E C5 Cut Resistant MTEC5 Grip Gloves
Constructed from a seamless, cut-resistant liner with Thermoplastic Rubber guards on the back and a roughened nitrile palm coating, the Polyco Multi-Task E C5 Cut Resistant MTEC5 Grip Gloves provide high levels of resistance to mechanical hazards and impact, with incredible flexibility and good grip. With an extended neoprene cuff that fastens securely with velcro, and suitable for use in dry and slightly oily environments, these gloves can be used for an incredible range of applications, including construction work, maintenance and assembly.
Key Features: TPR guards, cut-resistant liner, roughened palm for good grip, velcro wrist closure.
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