The 7040 glove is built with Ergodyne’s TenaLux™ yarn, a cool-to-the-touch knit that achieves high levels of cut resistance without irritating glass or steel.
“Workers love the cool and breathable comfort of the TenaLux yarn used in our best-selling 7041 and 7141 A4 cut gloves, but the nitrile dipped palms can cause contamination in food service or high-risk material handling,” said Aaron Skemp, product manager, Ergodyne. “The new 7040 glove gives workers the A4 cut protection they need with all the comfort and none of the potential contamination.”
The launch adds yet another worksite-specific solution to the ProFlex Coated Glove Series, which already includes 9 models ranging from all-purpose to heavy duty, water/oil-resistant and thermal.
“New technologies like TenaLux yarn have really opened the doors on where the industry can go in the glove category,” said Tom Votel, president & CEO, Ergodyne. “We’re excited to continue putting major brain power toward innovative solutions that provide workers with the best possible protection, comfort and performance for their job.”
For more information, visit https://www.ergodyne.com.