Common applications include but are not limited to: Chemical processing, metal treatment, paint and varnish manufacturing, petrochemical and oil refining, chemical processing, handling rough castings and steel bars, metal treatment, paint and varnish, handling acids and caustics, electronics, light assembly, appliance painting, inspection and quality control.
Leather gloves are best for protection from rough objects, sparks and heat, and for cushioning from blows in heavy duty work requirements. All kinds of leather provide comfort, durability, dexterity, mild heat resistance and abrasion protection. These advantages make leather a traditional favorite for industrial workers.
Common applications for leather welder apparel include: welding and heat applications, plus all general-purpose applications requiring heat, flame or spark protection.
String knit gloves are used for general purpose work applications. Various material weights provide longer durability or additional dexterity where needed. Some styles may be dipped or coated with a polymer to provide a better grip and increase durability.
Made of hard working materials lilke Dyneema and Kevlar, high Performance string knit gloves are used for general purpose work applications and can provide cut and abrasion resistance, using high performance yarns, to further protect the hands when working with sharp objects. Various material weights provide longer durability or additional dexterity where needed. Some styles may be dipped or coated with a polymer to provide a better grip and increase durability.
Multi-task gloves gloves in an assortment of patterns and options. The multi-task glove is known for its velcro wrist closure, which provides a anug comfortable fit and also keeps debris from falling into the glove, and its breathable fabric back.
Each glove is designed with a specific "task" in mind such as; double leather palms for heavy abrasion jobs, fingerless styles for assembly work, insulated styles for warmth and hi-vis/reflective styles where visibility is important. All are made with quality materials to meet the toughest of tasks.
Supported gloves are great for protection against solvents and chemical resistance, abrasions, cuts and punctures. The glove shell can be dipped into a polymer or the material can be dipped into a polymer before the glove is sewn. The work applications determine which glove option is the best choice for your hand protection needs.
Ninja Professional Grade Gloves
MCR Safety Professional Grade hand protection is engineered to provide the highest level of innovation. Each of the offerings in the Professional Grade Ninja series include a unique shell and polymer combination to best take advantage of the latest hand protection technology. Our Ninja X, Ninja Flex, and Ninja Max offer the greatest assortment of dexterity, sense of touch, and protection. Common features to all three styles include individual packaging for point of sale display, treated with Actifresh® to kill bacteria and promote freshness, and available in sizes small through extra large. MCR Safety is a licensed supplier of gloves made with Dyneema®
Common applications are canning, food processing, glass handling and metal fabricating.
Reduce hand injuries by keeping your gloves were they are easily accessible! By keeping work gloves with the employee recordable hand injuries can be reduced by up to 85%. At many companies, glove clips are now mandatory in Safety programs.