A nail on a wooden crate caught the finger of this employee's hand, ripping through the tough synthetic leather of the glove. The SuperFabric® brand material defended the laceration and kept the worker's hands completely untouched.
SteelLeather® III 5033 in action!
While replacing a steam valve in a manufacturing site, a maintenance worker was exposed to a nail on a wooden crate.
The worker accidentally grabbed the crate where the nail was protruding. The nail punctured through the leather on the middle finger but was stopped by the SuperFabric® brand material protective liner in the SteelLeather® 5033 glove.
The nail ripped the leather shell but did not puncture the protective layer of SuperFabric® brand material, which has some of the highest cut-resistance available in the industry, ANSI/ISEA level A6 and CE level 5.
HexArmor® saved the worker from serious injury and allowed them to continue the workday.
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