MILWAUKEE, WI — Milwaukee Tool enhances safety on the jobsite with the introduction of new Dipped Gloves. The new gloves are ANSI/ISEA-rated for Cut Levels 1, 3, and 5 and are EN 388 rated. Designed to provide users with all-day comfort and ultimate durability, all of the new gloves have been thoughtfully developed with proprietary knitting that provide the protection necessary at these key ANS/ISEA cut levels and EN ratings. Each also features SMARTSWIPE technology so users can access phones or tablets without removing the gloves.
Cut Level 1 Dipped Gloves
The textured nitrile palm of the Cut Level 1 Dipped Gloves offer a better grip on materials, as well as increased dexterity, and their nylon/lycra blend construction provides increased comfort and wicks away moisture to keep hands dry. SMARTSWIPE touch screen functionality has been incorporated into the index finger tip to permit the use of touchscreen devices without removing the gloves.
Cut Level 3 Dipped Gloves
These gloves feature ANSI/ISEA cut level 3 protection to help prevent injuries from sharp objects on the jobsite. They also provide a more comfortable grip, maximum dexterity when handling small objects, and feature a Comfort Web Grip for outstanding grip performance. The nitrile dip material provides ultimate durability and best-in-class puncture resistance while SMARTSWIPE fingertips and palms provide full access to touchscreen devices.
Cut Level 5 Dipped Gloves
These gloves feature ANSI/ISEA cut level 5 protection to help prevent injuries from demanding jobsite applications, such as work with sheet metal/glass, wire stripping, and ducting. The gloves utilize a double-dipped nitrile grip for best-in-class puncture resistance, and added durability. Similar to the Cut Level 3 Dipped Gloves, the Cut Level 5 Dipped Gloves also include SMARTSWIPE fingertips and palms.
Milwaukee Tool’s new Dipped Gloves are designed to provide users with ANSI-rated protection, all-day comfort, ultimate durability and the best dexterity for handling small objects and using touch-screen devices — without sacrificing jobsite productivity.