Radians® announces its first Kevlar® Lycra glove
Radians®, a global leader in the development and manufacturing of high performance Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), has added its first Kevlar® Lycra glove, the RWG537, to its rapidly growing line of hand protection.
The RWG537 is a 13 gauge ASTM ANSI cut level A2 glove designed with high-tenacity composite yarns. These yellow and black Kevlar Lycra gloves combine cut protection and great tactile dexterity, so they can be used in a variety of applications, including automotive, general assembly, construction, glass cutting, and sharp parts. According to Radians new glove champion, Rick Mendoza, “Kevlar is a para-aramid synthetic fiber frequently described as being ‘five times stronger than steel on an equal weight basis.’”
The nitrile palm coating provides protection from abrasion in wet or dry applications and the seamless cuff provides a comfortable fit. The RWG537 is available in sizes Small to 2X-Large and is sold by the dozen. A case includes 120 pairs of gloves.
Radians’ hand protection safety specialists can help you navigate the glove choices available to you and help you choose the right glove for the task at hand. Radians is sold through authorized distributors. For more information, call toll free 1-877-723-4267, email email@example.com, or visit www.radians.com
Radians® is a Memphis, TN-based manufacturer of quality PPE, including safety eyewear, RadWear® high visibility apparel, rainwear, hearing protection, hand protection, head gear, cooling products, heated jackets, eyewash stations, and lens cleaning systems. Radians has partnered with highly respected companies including DEWALT® and BLACK+DECKER™ to provide high performance personal protection products. Their brands include Crossfire® by Radians, Arctic RadWear®, Nordic Blaze®, and VisionAid®. An ISO 9001:2008 certified leader in the PPE industry, the company has additional facilities in Reno, NV, Thomasville, NC, Wareham, MA, and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.Radians.com.