AX360 Shield Grip Latex Gloves (Dozen)
AX360 Shield Grip Latex Gloves (Dozen)
Glove Safety Features
Abrasion resistant is part of the mechanical risk tests in ANSI 105 and EN 388 for work glove performance requirements. The EN 388 is measured on a 1-4 scale (4 being the most abrasion resistant) and ANSI 105 is measured on a 0-6 scale (6 being the most abrasion resistant). The abrasion resistance test is done by rotating a flat surface against the glove palm material until it is punctured.
Select 212 Performance gloves are made with antimicrobial materials. Antimicrobial gloves help prevent bacteria buildup, unpleasant smells, and rashes.
Chemical Resistance varies from glove to glove and chemical to chemical. Each material used might have a different resistance to certain chemicals. Our chemical resistant icon lets you know that this particular glove is resistant to certain chemicals.
Cut Resistance is the most talked about attribute when it comes to hand safety. Gloves are measured on a 1-5 scale (5 being most cut resistant) by EN 388:2016 standards and a A1-A9 scale (9 being the most cut resistant) by ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 standards. The EN 388 rating may also include the results of the TDM-100 cut test, which are measured on an A-I scale (I being the most cut resistant). For more information on cut resistance, check out our cut resistance blog.
Dexterity is the tactile sensitivity (or flexibility) of a glove. In general, the thinner the glove, the more dexterity it has and the easier it will be to handle small objects. The test we use to determine 212 Performance glove dexterity is EN 420:2009. This test measures the smallest stainless steel pin that can be picked up. The smaller the object, the higher the rating on a 1-5 scale.
Grip Level is a 212 Performance glove standard testing metric. We conduct the test in house by using a measured grip pressure and adding weigh to the object being help. The more weight that can be held at the consistent pressure, the higher the rating of grip strength. We rate Grip Level on a 1-5 scale (5 having the most grip).
Glove puncture resistance is tested using the ANSI 105:2011 and EN 388:2016 standard, part of the mechanical risk tests. A blunt probe is pushed through the glove material until failure. For the EN 388, the ratings are based on a 1-4 scale (4 being the most puncture resistant), and for the ANSI 105, the ratings are based on a 0.
Tear resistance is the measurement of textile tinsel strength of the main material of a glove. EN388:2016 and ASTM D2261 are the two most frequently used tests to measure tear strength. They are both measured by clamping the material to two jaws and increasing the force separating the jaws until the material breaks. EN388:2016 is measured on a 1-4 scale (4 being the most tear resistant). ASTM D2261 is measured simply by reporting the force of the tear.
212 Performance uses the water resistant icon to point out one of two things: the glove either has a waterproof bladder or the outside of the glove is treated with a waterproofing solution. In general, most leather gloves have a water resistant treatment and synthetic gloves have a non-permeable coating or waterproof bladder.
Dirty job? Call for a little backup. The AX360 SHIELD GRIP keeps you protected with a double layer latex dip that ensures liquids are kept away from your skin. The primary layer of textured latex ensures grip integrity and a secondary layer of smooth latex protects from liquids making this glove the perfect one-two punch for your arsenal.
- Double Layer Latex for Extreme Protection
- Fully Covered to Resist Liquids
- Textured Palm to Ensure Grip Integrity
- Driver Style Cuff to Allow Breathability
- High-Quality Natural Latex to Keep Durability
- Quantity: 1 Dozen
WARNING! THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS NATURAL RUBBER LATEX WHICH MAY CAUSE ALLERGIC REACTIONS.