Brass Knuckle, a provider of high-quality safety solutions, introduces the SmartCut BKCR3520, an ANSI Cut Level 3 glove. Designed to combine medium-level cut protection with excellent abrasion and slip resistance, the 3520 also delivers a high level of dexterity.
Its slip-resistant foam nitrile palm coat provides a secure grip, and its reinforced thumb crotch provides abrasion resistance in the glove’s most critical wear area — between the thumb and forefinger. Reinforcement in the thumb crotch is the difference maker for the 3520 as it’s an area prone to significant wear and tear. Heavy abrasion can eventually wear down the glove’s coating, meaning the glove is no longer safe to wear.
The BKCR3520, part of Brass Knuckle’s SmartCut line of hand protection, has a seamless shell made of 15-gauge, high-performance polyethylene (HDPE) composite yarn, delivering ANSI Cut Level 3 protection that’s as flexible and versatile as a general purpose work glove. The durable nitrile coating on the palm and fingers channels oil away from the surface, providing excellent slip resistance.
For applications such as construction, electrical, and general assembly, manufacturing, and sheet metal handling, and more, the 3520 is an ideal choice.
Tony Spearing, VPof Brass Knuckle, said that these gloves get high marks from workers who don’t like “throwing away perfect hand protection, but their application — pulling, dragging, or lifting jagged or abrasive materials — has blown out the inner thumb area. We knew we could fix that.”
The carefully considered design of the BKCR3520, with its flexible shell and slip-resistant foam nitrile coating, translates to increased protection and a longer life. That means greater cost savings.
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