Engineering gloves are among the safety gloves protecting engineers’ hands during operation. Some designs suit light to heavy-duty works. You can also choose accurate gloves for handling small electrical parts and large-scale engineering projects. The following tells about their advantages.
- Improved agility and ventilation
- 100% breathable
- Withstand high pressure
- Works well even in high temperature
- Abrasion resistant
- Oil & water resistant
- Comfortable to wear
Custom Engineering Glove Manufacturer in China
AIBON skillfully manufactures a range of engineering gloves. We ensure their capabilities and strengths to provide the necessary performance. There are precise sizes, textures, designs, and colors available. Since engineering tasks vary in complexity, we customize the perfect features.
Engineering gloves are not only used to protect hands, wrists, and arms from various chemicals, chemical contamination, cuts, and burns on-site, depending on the specific application. AIBON offers acid and alkali protection, heat-proof, cut-proof, and other gloves for different applications.
Our company has a professional R&D team, developing new designs and improved protective gloves for engineers. Moreover, we offer cost-effective bulk glove orders, perfect for your business or industrial usage. You can tell us your requirements and specifications, and we’ll provide solutions.
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Why Choose Us
Here are AIBON’s capabilities and reasons for choosing us as your trusted provider.
Expert Manufacturer: AIBON is an expert company that focuses on researching, developing, and manufacturing protective gloves, including for engineers.
Production Capacity: We own a state-of-the-art production line machine. We can produce about a million dozen engineering gloves.
Excellent Customer Service: Our staff members are always ready to discuss your necessities and ordering processes.
Provide a variety of options: We provide engineer gloves of different materials, such as nitrile, latex, and PVC, to meet all your needs.
|available per demand
|red, black, orange, yellow, custom
|accessible upon request
|230-260mm to varied length
Engineering Branches Applications
Works related to mechanical engineering, which relates to the glove’s capacity, are as follows.
This field involves working with mutagenic, carcinogenic, and other related chemicals. However, the gloves for engineering provide tested safety in such exposure.
This task means taking part in debris-filled structures.
And gloves guarantee such necessities, protecting workers from small to large materials handling.
Geotechnical engineering ensures proper handling of soil, rocks, and other earth-filled structures. Gloves offer security by protecting against contamination.
Gloves protect against electrical hazard shocks and burns. They are perfect for operations with their dexterity and tactility qualities.
The risk associated with physical activity can result from management engineering’s consulting procedure. Therefore wearing PPT, which includes gloves, is mandatory.
Wide Material Options
Different materials are available for engineering gloves. It enables maximal qualities such as protection and performance. These materials are listed below.
The materials have high resistance against chemicals.
- High durability
- Strong elasticity，Biohazards resistant
- Good grip in both dry and wet conditions
A nitrile glove is a material of synthetic rubber.
- Withstands solvents
- Great flexible
- Tiny holes that work well as vapor openings
Vinyl coated gloves provide chafe-free protection.
- Reasonably priced
- Removes the possibility of a material reaction
Factors in Selecting Engineering Gloves
It’s necessary to determine which material type is ideal for the specific operation of using engineering gloves. Here are some of the other factors needed to consider.
It’s the area needed to be protected.
The area’s usage condition.
Consider the exposure level when using.
- Vapor exposure
- Total immersion
Identify if the gloves are resistant to this physical state.
Evaluate the gloves’ specifications to see if they have enhanced resistance to needed conditions.