Supported or not supported ?

Supported : what type of support?
  • Cotton: Natural fibre
    Exceptional comfort - Excellent capacity to absorb moisture - Insulating properties.
  • Polyamide: Synthetic fibre, also called Nylon
    Resistance to traction and abrasion - Elasticity and shape memory - Washable.
  • Polyester: Synthetic fibre
    Resistance to traction and abrasion - Possibility to blend with cotton to enhance comfort.
  • Kevlar® : Para-aramid fibre
    Heat and Cut Resistance - Carbonised between 425° and 475° - Self extinguishing - Softness and high dexterity - Washable.
  • Heatnocut®: Synthetic High-strength polyethylene fibre
    Heat and Cut Resistance - Exceptional mechanical properties (abrasion and cut resistance) - Softness and high dexterity -Washable.
  • Softnocut®: Synthetic High-strength polyethylene fibre
    Exceptional mechanical properties (abrasion and cut resistance) -Softness and high dexterity - Washable.
  • Deltanocut®: High performance polyethylene fibre
    Highly cut resistant mono fibre polymer - Softness and high dexterity -Washable.
  • Econocut®: High performance polyethylene fibre (Light version)
    Good mechanical properties - Combines resistance (abrasion, cut) and very good price/quality ratio.
Non-supported:
The mould is dipped directly into the material bath. Thus, the glove is very supple and allows high dexterity.


Different types of non supported gloves

  • Flocked (finished with a deposit of cotton particles):
    Pleasant to the touch, limits transpiration and facilitates donning and removal.
  • Chlorinated (finished by washing the glove in chlorinated water):
    Gives a velvety touch and limits the effects of latex protein allergies.

Different types of disposable glove:

  • Powdered (finished with a deposit of powder):
    Pleasant to the touch, limits transpiration and facilitates donning and removal.
  • Non powdered (finished by washing the glove in chlorinated water):
    Gives a velvety touch and limits the effects of latex protein allergies.