For the second year running, TraffiGlove will be exhibiting its complete range of safety gloves at the Safety & Health Expo.
Designed to adhere to its colour-coded TraffiSafe system, the company’s red, amber and green gloves have been used to reduce hand accidents across a number of worldwide industries.
The latest additions to its product portfolio, the TG310 Achieve and TG570 Talent, will be on display at the Safety & Health Expo.
Combining dexterity with tear resistance and high abrasion, the TG310 Achieve has been added to TraffiGlove’s cut level 3 range.
The glove has been designed to provide medium cut protection; it can be used in automotive, light engineering and construction trades.
As a tear-resistant glove, the TG570 Talent is not unlike the TG310 Achieve.
However, classified as cut level 5, the glove offers a higher level of cut protection.
Its reinforced thumb crotch makes it suitable for use in steel erection, as well as handling and automotive tasks.
With Aerotek coating on its fingers and palm, the glove offers improved grip in wet, dry and oily conditions.
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