Milwaukee Tools adding cut-resistant, insulated gloves this September
September 5, 2018
Milwaukee Tool enhances comfort and safety on the jobsite with the introduction of Winter Insulated Gloves. Designed to provide ultimate warmth and all-day comfort, the new gloves are EN 511-rated* for warmth in cold environments and thoughtfully developed with proprietary knitting that provides the protection necessary at ANSI/ISEA-rated Cut Levels 1 and 3.
The gloves utilize a warm, acrylic terry liner that helps users keep their hands warm in the coldest conditions. A secure dual liner keeps users’ hands warm and is designed to ensure that it does not separate from the gloves after extensive use on the jobsite.
The Cut Level 1 Winter Insulated Gloves are ideal for material handling and general-purpose remodeling applications. These gloves are constructed with 15-gauge nylon outer liner for overall breathability and high dexterity in the fingertips, and a 10-gauge inner liner. They also feature a 1/2 double-dipped latex micro finish for improved water resistance and warmth.
The Cut Level 3 Winter Insulated Gloves are ideal for demolition, wire-stripping, and pipe-threading application, and feature ANSI/ISEA cut level 3 protection to help prevent injuries from sharp objects on the jobsite. These gloves are constructed with high-dexterity 15-gauge nylon and a high-performance polyethylene outer liner for superior protection. A 3/4 double-dipped latex micro finish improves water resistance, warmth, and overall dexterity.
Milwaukee Tool’s new Winter Insulated Gloves are designed to provide users with EN 511 and ANSI-rated protection, all-day comfort, ultimate durability and the best dexterity for handling small objects – without sacrificing jobsite productivity.
*The EN 511 test method measures gloves’ protection from cold in two ways: (1) How the gloves’ material leads cold, and (2) The material’s insulating capacity.
**The new ANSI/ISEA 105 scale and test method provides new cut resistance classification levels.
***Cut testing not necessary for high performance gloves. See TDM Cut Test for EN results.
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