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Gloves for abrasion protection without sacrificing dexterity

By Chemical Engineering |

The SmartCut BKCR3520 (photo) is an ANSI Cut Level 3 glove, which is designed to combine medium-level cut protection with excellent abrasion and slip resistance, with a high level of dexterity. Its slip-resistant foam nitrile palm coat provides a secure grip, and its reinforced thumb crotch provides excellent abrasion resistance in the glove’s most critical wear area — between the thumb and forefinger. The BKCR3520 has a seamless shell made of 15-gauge, high-density polyethylene (HDPE) composite yarn, delivering ANSI cut level 3 protection that is as flexible and Brass Knuckleversatile as a general-purpose work glove. A durable nitrile coating on the palm and fingers channels oil away from the surface, providing excellent slip resistance. — Brass Knuckle Safety Products, Alpharetta, Ga.

www.brassknuckleprotection.com

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