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Cut-resistant gloves TPE material and its application

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Cut-resistant gloves TPE material and its application

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Cut-resistant gloves TPE material

Cut-resistant gloves are designed to safeguard hand movement from being sliced and cut by sharp objects while performing protective responsibilities. They are commonly utilized in meat processing, high-risk cutting jobs, and severe mechanical strength operations. Cut-resistant gloves TPE material is a blend of cut-resistant and soft rubber TPE protection, providing an extra layer of safety at work. In this post, we will look at the TPE material used in cut-proof gloves.

There are three types of materials for cut-resistant gloves: aramid, high-strength polyethylene fiber, steel wire, and polyester fiber. The key benefit is that they are both cut-resistant and lightweight.

TPE cut-proof gloves are comprised of TPE soft rubber with a secondary coating to create friction between the palm and the contact surface, allowing for a more pleasant grip and improved operating efficiency. In addition to providing the same level of comfort, dexterity, fit, and abrasion resistance as general-purpose gloves, the unique material, and knitting make them more resistant to cut, puncture, and tear. This is especially appropriate for occupations that involve manual dexterity, grasping, and contact with sharp-pointed or abrasive surfaces.

Furthermore, TPE - thermoplastic elastomer - is an environmentally favorable granule that can be recycled and processed with a high product usage rate, making it environmentally friendly. Nitrile rubber materials are extremely polluting to the environment in terms of production and waste disposal, and the country has been implementing alternative measures to rubber, while TPE materials have great advantages as protective materials for cut-resistant gloves.

Application of TPE protective gloves

TPE protective gloves have the advantage of excellent protection performance. First of all, it has good performance as an oil-proof, slip-proof, puncture-proof, cut-proof, and vibration-proof material. In addition, it does not contain protein, amino compounds, or other harmful substances and will not cause skin allergies. Also, it has great low-temperature resistance and will not harden or brittle in a cold environment.

TPE protection gloves are mostly wrapped in nylon and polyester materials through the TPE soft rubber injection molding process in a combination of wire and rubber. This is a labor protection glove that not only increases handwork precision but also protects the hand. It is less harmful to the environment and increases production efficiency when compared to typical protective gloves such as nitrile gloves and latex gloves. As a result, it has a broad range of applications in industry, agriculture, forestry, mining, aquaculture, construction, and the vehicle-driving business in hand-operated work situations.

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