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2020 DuPont™ Kevlar® Innovation Award Winner Style #PD43612

MCR Safety announced that its new Predator PD43612 has been awarded the DuPont Innovation award for excellence in the use of Kevlar® fiber in hand and arm protection solutions.

The glove reportedly has an ANSI A9 cut resistant palm lined with engineered Kevlar® for extreme laceration protection.

Additionally, a premium goatskin driver shell with engineered Kevlar lined palm coupled with MCR Safety’s industry leading MAXGrid pattern achieves an ANSI Puncture Level 5.

MAXGrid overlay palm is engineered for triple threat exposures to the hand, including wet solutions, oil-based muds, and dry goods handling. Extreme abrasion resistance and gripping power can be achieved.

Patented tire tread metacarpal protection reportedly achieves an ANSI 138 impact level 1, which prevents crush and damage from occurring when exposed to such hazards.

For more information, visit https://www.mcrsafety.com.

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