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PPE Manufacturer Ergodyne Announces New Cut-Resistant Gloves

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), 70 percent of all job-related hand injuries can be attributed to workers deciding to forgo proper hand protection. And for safety work gear manufacturer Ergodyne, this eye-opening stat is a rally point for developing work gloves aimed at the most basic of goals: to get worn. The company’s new ProFlex 7043 Nitrile Coated Cut-Resistant Gloves are the latest effort toward that end.

Made with a blend of A4 cut-resistance, 18-gauge dexterity and microfine nitrile grip to deliver true feel and breathable comfort, ProFlex 7043 Nitrile Coated Cut-Resistant Gloves are a direct response to popular pain points commonly cited by workers as reasons for not wearing hand protection.

The new gloves have been rigorously tested and rated to provide ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 A4 cut protection and level 3 abrasion resistance, ensuring exceptional protection around sharp or rough materials. Additionally, the touchscreen-capable fingertips enable workers to use smartphones and tablets, removing yet another reason to go without gloves.

Ideal for a wide range of industries, including construction, assembly, manufacturing, automotive, and more, these nitrile-coated gloves are ideal for anyone frequently handling sheet metal or other sharp materials in both wet and dry conditions. The reinforced thumb saddles offer extra-strength grip and durability in rough environments, making them a reliable choice for demanding tasks.

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