Full Line Catalog Page 8 Safety Equipment And Supplies

8 The right fit for the right application adds comfort and increases productivity, but it can reduce painful injuries too. CHOOSING THE RIGHT GLOVE WHEN MEASURING, you should consider two primary factors: Length and Size GLOVE TYPES High Temperature !! o For special purpose tasks involving flame retardancy or welding !! o Features include thick leather, special synthetic coatings, insulation, glass cloth or aluminized backing Chemical Resistance !! o Made from many different synthetic materials (or mixtures) such as latex, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), nitrile, butyl or neoprene !! o Offers specific chemical/degradation resistance, tactility and grip patterns Metal Mesh (Cut Resistance) !! o Offers the highest cut resistance !! o Ideal for meat and poultry processing Kevlar (Cut Resistance) !! o High tensile strength and cut resistance !! o Flame-resistant Spectra (Cut Resistance) !! o Provides cut and abrasion resistance !! o Ideal for food processing and assembly W C ! o Mad (or mixt nitrile, b ! o Offers s resistan Metal ! o Offers ! o Ideal f Kevla ! o High ! o Flam Spec ! o P Size To measure your hand size, wrap a tape measure around the palm at the widest point. This measurement, in inches is equivalent to the glove size. Ex: 9" measurement = size 9 Length Measure from the tip of the middle finger to where the cuff edge should be on the wrist or arm. MEASURING FOR A PROPER FIT 7"-8" 8"-9" 9"-10" 10"-11" S M L XL 800.944.8322 The MOST KNOWLEDGEABLE PROS in construction supplies 8

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