• Cut Resistant Gloves
  • Cut Resistant Gloves
  • Cut Resistant Gloves
  • Cut Resistant Gloves
  • Cut Resistant Gloves
  • Cut Resistant Gloves
  • Cut Resistant Gloves
  • Cut Resistant Gloves
  • Cut Resistant Gloves
  • Cut Resistant Gloves

Cut Resistant Gloves

The cut-resistant gloves are among protective hand wear, used to prevent possible cuts and accidents while working. A series of gloves with different levels of cut resistance is designed. Moreover, they come with the following features.

  • Ultra high-strength
  • Lightweight
  • Abrasion-resistant
  • Durable
  • Tear Resistance
  • Puncture resistant
  • Chemical resistant


Custom Cut Resistant Gloves Manufacturer in China

AIBON is a professional PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) manufacturer and supplier committed to efficiently and safely completing tasks. We prioritize compliance, and understanding industry and environment-specific hazards, applications, and solutions. In accordance with CE product requirements, we classify gloves into different levels based on features such as abrasion resistance, cut resistance, tear resistance, and puncture resistance.

We conduct testing on all cut-resistant work gloves according to ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 requirements, categorizing them into A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, A9 cut levels. Additionally, we evaluate cut resistance performance according to EN388-2016, categorizing them as A, B, C, D, E, F. However, the most popular cut protection levels are ANSI 3, ANSI 4, and ANSI 5 cut-resistant gloves.

Use our glove search to find the cut-resistant gloves that best suit your application. Furthermore, we offer winter cut-resistant gloves designed for warmth, providing a lightweight, comfortable feel while offering higher levels of cut protection.

Feel free to provide detailed information about your needs, or let us recommend the most suitable options for you, contact us today!

Cut Resistant Glove Material

Composite Yarn and High-Strength Fibers: Providing the gloves with high strength and durability, enabling resistance against cuts and abrasion.

Stainless Steel: Adding stainless steel enhances the gloves’ cut resistance, preventing cuts from sharp objects.

Materials Fiberglass and Metal: These materials contribute to the gloves’ enhanced cut resistance, making them suitable for high-risk work environments.

Various Types of Anti-Cut Gloves
Cut Resistant Glove Feature

Cut Resistant Glove Feature

Cut Resistance: The primary purpose of cut-resistant gloves is to provide protection against cuts and lacerations, resisting penetration and slashing from sharp objects.

Material Strength: These gloves use high-tensile-strength materials like aramid fibers (e.g., Kevlar), Dyneema, or high-performance polyethylene (HPPE) to withstand cutting forces.

Dexterity: Cut-resistant gloves maintain hand dexterity, allowing wearers to handle small objects, use tools, and perform intricate tasks without sacrificing flexibility.

Abrasion Resistance: Many gloves offer resistance to abrasion, protecting hands from friction and wear when handling rough materials or abrasive surfaces.

Flexibility: The gloves are designed to be flexible, reducing hand fatigue during extended use, especially in tasks requiring constant hand movement.

Comfort: Cut-resistant gloves prioritize comfort with ergonomic designs, breathable materials, and features to prevent overheating or excessive sweating during use.

ApplicationLevel 3Level 4Level 5
  • Handling small cutting parts
  • Accurate assembly
  • Paper cutting
  • Thin sheets assembly
  • Automotove assembly
  • Carrying sheet metals
  • Working with cutter
  • Metal tasks
  • Composite material work
  • Handling sharp metals
  • Carrying glass plates
  • Roof and floor tile installations
  • Steel construction work
  • Gathering and handling waste
  • Steel sheet o tile cutting
  • Trimmed sheet handling
  • Cladding installation
  • Finishing sharp projects
  • Glazing installation

Used Materials for Manufacturing Cut-Resistant Gloves

Gloves with cut-resistant characteristics are made from numerous materials, including the following.

  • Metallic materials
  • Kevlar(Para-aramid)
  • Polyethylene material(HPPE)
  • Polyvinyl acetate
  • Stainless steel mesh
  • Composite yarns
  • Fiberglass yarns
  • Impact-resistant material
  • And other 

It’s important to note that the effectiveness of cut-resistant gloves depends not only on the materials used but also on the glove’s design, construction, and adherence to industry standards for cut resistance. Different materials and combinations are chosen based on the specific requirements of the intended application and the desired level of cut protection.

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