KOMODO® Safety Cut 5 Gloves
The Glove Company
KOMODO® Cut 5 Safety Gloves provide the user serious cut safety protection. Designed for those who need a glove built for maximum durability and safety in the harshest of abrasive, cut, tear and puncture environments.
Textured Sandy Grip perfect for wet or greasy surfaces
Features a thick double
Dipped chemically resistant nitrile coating for maximum KOMODO® strength.
Fly knife cut protection
Hand moves with the glove, no “hand slip”
Washable and re-usable
Chemically resistant nitrile coating
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How do I find my glove size?
This guide will show you how to easily measure hands for each different type of glove. Having the correctly sized glove can have extraordinary benefits, enabling the glove to function as it was designed.
Glove technology that needs correctly fitted gloves:
Touch Screen Technology – This has advanced fabrics on the thumb and index finger tips. You’re skin must be pressing against the fabric to conduct correctly.
Anti Glove-Hand Movement – Correctly sized gloves move precisely in sync with your wrists, hands and fingers. And do not twist, bunch up, ride up or slip.
Ergonomic Comfort – During forceful work a too tight of a glove creates a painful experience as the gloves wedges and pushes in-between the fingers' loose of a glove creates a bunching and rubbing irritation on the skin where the fingers, hand and wrist bend.
Compressible Nitrile Coatings – The best grip comes with fine textures and nitrile rubbers that compress, giving you the advantage of extra strength and grip. The correctly sized glove will avoid bunching and movement of glove and you will be able to compress the gloves palm as a second skin.
Fingertip Dexterity – Making sure your fingers reach and fill the end of the gloves comfortably means that you can grab with your finger tips without any hassle.
What is a Cut Rated or Cut Resistant Glove?
A Cut Rated or Cut Resistant Glove is a Glove that meets at least one of two rating standards. The EN388 Standard or the ANSI Standard. The EN388 Standard is a European Standard used throughout the world. The ANSI Standard is the Standard used only in America. Both Standards are measured differently and are used to determine the resistance of a material, such as a glove. Cut Resistant Gloves are Gloves that are resistant to cuts, punctures, abrasion and tears. The Cut Rating of a glove determines how resistant to cuts the gloves are. In Australia and New Zealand we use the AS/NZS 2161 Glove Standards which are replicated from the EN388 Standard.
For your benefit The Glove Company have created an easy to understand Glove Standards Rating Chart below.
EN388 Mechanical Ratings Diagram, Table and Safe Usage
The higher the number the stronger the gloves resistance to that particular hazard. The EN388 Mechanical Standards, tests four different hazards. Abrasion Resistance, Cut Resistance, Tear Resistance and Puncture Resistance.
Abrasion Resistance is defined as how many cycles the glove material can handle of a course/rough surface until the glove fails.
Cut Resistance is defined as how many cut/slicing cycles the glove can handle until the glove fails.
Tear Resistance is defined as how much force the glove can withstand before it is compromised and torn or ripped.
Puncture Resistance is defined as how much force the glove can withstand before the glove is pierced by a standard single point.
Usage: Gloves are commonly referred to by their cut rating alone. For example “Cut 3 glove” or “Cut 5 Glove”. The cut resistance of a level 3 glove is usually referred to as safe for handling sheet metals. Where as level 5 cut resistance is safe for handling glass and level 1 cut resistance is good for mechanic’s and general purpose.
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