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  1. Banom® GlassPlus® 4955 Glove - Heavy Latex Coating on Double Layer Kevlar® Palm - CPPT 4855 - ANSI Cut Level 5 - 3 Dozen Case

    Banom® GlassPlus® 4955 Glove - Heavy Latex Coating on Double Layer Kevlar® Palm - CPPT 4855 - ANSI Cut Level 5 - 3 Dozen Case

    3 Dozen Case at $10.44 a pair.

    GlassPlus® gloves, made by Banom®, are the heaviest, thickest, and most cut and abrasion resistant gloves that we have found. The double layer Kevlar® palm provides maximum cut resistance when handling large glass panels. The natural rubber coating is extra thick for increased abrasion resistance. GlassPlus® gloves come in extra large sizes so that cut resistant liners can easily be worn underneath. Learn More
  2. Banom® Marless® - MaxPly® Dynamax®HD 8805 Glove with Special Non-Marring Palm Coating - CPPT 568 - ANSI Cut Level 2 - Dozen

    Banom® Marless® - MaxPly® Dynamax®HD 8805 Glove with Special Non-Marring Palm Coating - CPPT 568 - ANSI Cut Level 2 - Dozen

    1 Dozen Pack at $8.04 a pair.

    Banom® Marless® gloves are designed for handling primary sheet glass that will later be coated. The palm coating resists leaving marks on raw glass surfaces. This coating also provides a positive grip in order to keep glass edges from moving. When handling large glass panels, we recommend that a MaxPly® Dynamax®HD be worn underneath. Learn More
  3. Banom® Dynamax®45™ 4505 Glove with Non-Marring Palm Coating - ANSI Cut Level 4 - Dozen

    Banom® Dynamax®45™ 4505 Glove with Non-Marring Palm Coating - ANSI Cut Level 4 - Dozen

    1 Dozen Pack at $6.51 a pair.

    Style 45® gloves are made with Dynamax®45™ yarn and have a special non-marring palm coating, which makes them ideal for use in glass handling. This coating works well in the metal industry when handling metal parts coated with surfactant or water based lubricants. The Dynamax®45™ yarn combines tensile strength with a dulling action to provide additional protection from shop knives. Learn More
  4. Banom® DynaGrip® 4305 Glove - CPPT 571 - ANSI Cut Level 2 - 12 Dozen Case

    Banom® DynaGrip® 4305 Glove - CPPT 571 - ANSI Cut Level 2 - 12 Dozen Case

    12 Dozen Case at $6.20 a pair.

    When handling larger windowpanes that are dry, the Banom® DynaGrip® gloves provide a tacky grip, moderate puncture resistance on the palm surface, and very good dexterity. The palm coating is very abrasion resistant so these gloves will wear longer than the Terminator® product when handling glass. The tacky grip keeps glass edges from moving through the palm, which increases cut resistance. DynaGrip® gloves are not designed for handling wet glass. Learn More
  5. Banom® MaxPly® Dyneema® 8300 Glove Liners - CPPT 544 - ANSI Cut Level 2 - Dozen

    Banom® MaxPly® Dyneema® 8300 Glove Liners - CPPT 544 - ANSI Cut Level 2 - Dozen

    1 Dozen Pack at $8.04 a pair.

    Banom® MaxPly® Dyneema® liners can be comfortably worn underneath any cover glove. The liners stretch with every hand movement to allow dexterity. Due to their lightweight they are cool and comfortable to wear. MaxPly® Dyneema® is a stretchable filament yarn that provides cut resistance by utilizing high tensile strength. Learn More
  6. Banom® TriMax® 4200 Glove - ANSI Cut Level 4 - 12 Each Pack

    Banom® TriMax® 4200 Glove - ANSI Cut Level 4 - 12 Each Pack

    12 Pack at $8.81 each.

    TriMax® is our lightest weight and most popular cut-resistant liner. Each glove is knit with two strands of cut-resistant yarn instead of one. If the first strand fails, the second is there as a backup. These liners are extremely light weight so they can be comfortably worn underneath cover gloves. These gloves are made entirely of FDA accepted materials required by USDA for food use and contain AlphaSan®, a permanent antimicrobial that kills bacteria, fungus, mold, and mildew. Applications include food processing and food service where cut-resistant liners are worn underneath cover gloves. When handling glass, these liners can be used for additional cut protection. Learn More
  7. Banom® AquaTred® - MaxPly® Dyneema® 4705 Glove with Crinkle Finish Latex Palm Coating - CPPT 746 - ANSI Cut Level 2 - Case

    Banom® AquaTred® - MaxPly® Dyneema® 4705 Glove with Crinkle Finish Latex Palm Coating - CPPT 746 - ANSI Cut Level 2 - Case

    6 Dozen Case at $6.36 a pair.

    Banom® AquaTred® gloves are specifically designed to handle wet glass. The textured latex palm coating gives a good grip in all wet situations except when handling wet glass previously coated with Lucor. Natural rubber is very abrasion and puncture resistant. The MaxPly® Dyneema® liner provides cut resistance. Learn More
  8. Banom® GlassPlus® 4955 Glove - Heavy Latex Coating on Double Layer Kevlar® Palm - CPPT 4855 ANSI Cut Level 5 - Dozen

    Banom® GlassPlus® 4955 Glove - Heavy Latex Coating on Double Layer Kevlar® Palm - CPPT 4855 ANSI Cut Level 5 - Dozen

    1 Dozen Pack at $10.59 a pair.

    GlassPlus® gloves, made by Banom®, are the heaviest, thickest, and most cut and abrasion resistant gloves that we have found. The double layer Kevlar® palm provides maximum cut resistance when handling large glass panels. The natural rubber coating is extra thick for increased abrasion resistance. GlassPlus® gloves come in extra large sizes so that cut resistant liners can easily be worn underneath. Learn More
  9. Banom® SafeLite® - Dynamax®45 9005 Glove with Solid Nitrile Palm Coating - ANSI Cut Level 4 - 6 Dozen Case

    Banom® SafeLite® - Dynamax®45 9005 Glove with Solid Nitrile Palm Coating - ANSI Cut Level 4 - 6 Dozen Case

    6 Dozen Case at $6.36 a pair.

    Banom® SafeLite® gloves provide a positive grip on dry flat surfaces that can be sharp. Originally designed for handling sheet glass, these gloves have also become popular in the paper and corrugated industries where cardboard panels are being cut with knives. A solid nitrile palm coating resists punctures and provides a tacky grip to ensure a positive dry surface contact. Gloves that grip well keep sharp edges from moving, thus increasing cut resistance. Applications include trimming operations in paper mills, cardboard manufacturing, plastic mold trimming, and glass window and door assembly. Due to their tacky grip, these gloves are not recommended for use when turning nuts, bolts, or screws with a power tool as this can result in a "wrap-up." Learn More
  10. Banom® Dynamite® - Dynamax® 4805 Glove HD with Crinkle Finish Latex Palm Coating - ANSI Cut Level 2 - 6 Dozen Case

    Banom® Dynamite® - Dynamax® 4805 Glove HD with Crinkle Finish Latex Palm Coating - ANSI Cut Level 2 - 6 Dozen Case

    6 Dozen Case at $6.31 a pair.

    Dynamite® - Dynamax® HD with Crinkle Finish Latex Palm Coating - ANSI Level 2 Learn More

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