PIP 73-1703 Maximum Safety FR Treated Synthetic Leather Utility Glove - Box/12 Pairs
Ideal for hot, heavy material handling, stamping, grinding, cut resistance and multitasking where welding could be part of the task.
- FR treated synthetic suede leather palm and finger tips for heat protection
- ANSI Cut Level 3 / A3
- Kevlar lining offers comfort, enhanced cut protection and good heat dispersion
- Stitched with Kevlar® adding strength and burn resistance
- Fourchettes between the fingers enhance the natural contour of the glove for a better fit
- Double palm offers comfort, insulation and heat protection
- Cushioned knuckles for comfort
- Reinforced thumb crotch for extended glove life, enhanced comfort, increased abrasion resistance and added durability in a high-wear area
- Elastic closure sewn inside glove for safety and comfort
- Extended slip-on cuff allows for easy on/off and forearm protection
DuPont Kevlar has the Power of Performance
Kevlar® is light, comfortable and enduring protection against heat, cuts, lacerations and abrasions. Protective gloves and sleeves bearing this brand name provide assurance of compliance to strict performance and quality standards, and are produced only by Kevlar licensed manufacturers.
What does FR Treated mean?
FR treated material is designed to prevent after-flame. It is NOT designed for use in ARC flash or flash fire applications. When a flame source is removed from the treated material, the material will self-extinguish within a given time frame. The treated material can melt and drip and has a limited life span dependent on washings and what the garment is exposed to.
The Maximum Safety brand of Hi-Performance gloves was developed to provide the added protection needed that most gloves aren’t designed to provide. Depending on your needs, Maximum Safety provides various solutions for impact protection, cold protection, heat protection, FR and AR protection, and more! Advancements in our design also provide ergonomic solutions that increase comfort while reducing hand fatigue.