When the job calls for heavy-duty cut protection, handy slip-resistance, and no-smudge surface protection, consider the Brass Knuckle SmartCut BKCR404. This glove is ideal for handling a number of finer-surfaces and finished goods, like glass, polished metals, painted or powder-coat surfaces, and others.
BKCR404 is thoughtfully designed, starting with the up-winding of a high-quality, ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene fiber thread blend to ensure dexterity and tactile sensitivity. The HDPE knit fiber provides ANSI cut-level 4 protection without bulk. The soft polyurethane coating over palms and fingers is extremely pliable, enhancing dry grip.
When compared to nitrile and latex coatings, polyurethane offers the highest level of dexterity and improves ergonomics. Plus, the carefully manufactured coating on the BKCR404 leaves minimal marking (residue) — even on glass, metal, or other fine finishes.
These gloves reflect Brass Knuckle’s “fit, form, and function” development methodology, wherein stitching, yarn combinations, and coatings each must account for natural curvature of the hand and flex points.
The BKCR404 is approved by PPG, a Fortune 500 company and global supplier of coatings, chemicals, and fiberglass, on its low emissivity (or low–e glass coated) products that offer minimal marking and easy clean up. When you need a high level of cut and slip resistance, but need to both maintain dexterity and protect the products that are being handled, BKCR404 is an ideal choice.
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