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Cut Resistance HPPE Gloves

In the context of protective gloves, HPPE stands for high-performance polyethylene. The term applies to the material used to make the gloves.


There are a number of different types of HPPE gloves, each one designed for different purposes and to withstand different levels of cut resistance. It’s important to know what is available in the world of HPPE gloves, what protection is provided, and what to expect before purchasing in bulk.                                               Most versions of HPPE are very high in strength compared to their weight, making them thin enough to wear comfortably but strong enough to stand up against tough challenges. A very versatile category of materials, HPPE can be used to make a number of different items, but it’s a good choice for gloves in high-injury industries where cuts and abrasions are common, and hands need to be protected but mobility is key for job performance.

What are the levels of cut resistant gloves?

The ANSI system classifies gloves with nine levels of cut protection. A higher number indicates that the glove's material required a higher weight to penetrate it with a sharp blade. The above chart provides shows all nine levels, ranging from A1 to A9.

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