Cut testing (don’t try this at home)

When we tell people our gloves are cut resistant, they typically want to do their own informal “testing” on the safety glove. This is a natural instinct, but it is very important to understand informal cut tests are not accurate: they are not standardized or scientific, nor do they reflect real work site hazards. Cut testing standards and test methods exist for a reason: to provide a standardized, industry recognized way to determine a work gloves’ capability to defend again cut hazard. HexArmor® uses these tests to provide you with the data you need to select high-quality, cut resistant PPE.

Learn more about how cut resistant safety gloves are tested and the different methods used to test cut resistance in our latest whitepaper.

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