MCR Memphis Orange Kevlar Cut Protection Gloves 9178NFO (12 pairs)

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$138.69

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MCR Safety's Memphis 9178NFO high visibility gloves feature a patent-protected, orange DuPont Kevlar engineered yarn. The highly visible orange enhances safety awareness and is rated ANSI cut level 4 for excellent cut protection with minimal loss of comfort and dexterity. Lastly, these cut gloves offer both thermal protection and touch screen sensitivity. Do it right the first time with MCR Safety's Memphis 9178NFO Kevlar gloves. The premier choice for all industrial athletes.

Key Features:

  • Patent-protected, high visibility orange DuPont Kevlar engineered yarn
  • High Visibility orange enhances safety awareness
  • Light weight seamless shell provides dexterity and comfort
  • Orange nitrile foam coating allows for tacky grip and sense of touch
  • High ANSI Cut Level A4, 2000+ grams
  • Touch screen friendly

Potential Applications: Bakeries, Agriculture, Automotive, Construction, Demolition, Glass handling, Manufacturing, Metal fabrication, Sheet metal industry, Stamping

Rating TypeAbrasionCutTearPuncture
ANSI/ISEA/CPPT/ASTM -- A4 - -

Product Spec Sheet:

WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - See www.P65Warnings.ca.gov for more information

Part Numbers:
9178NFOS - Small
9178NFOM - Medium
9178NFOL - Large
9178NFOXL - Extra Large
9178NFOXXL - Extra Extra Large

Additional Details:

SKU:
MEM01-9178NFO
Weight:
0.69 LBS
Width:
8.50 (in)
Height:
1.00 (in)
Depth:
12.00 (in)
Shipping:
Calculated at Checkout
Color:
Hi Vis Orange

2 Reviews

  • 5
    These worked great!

    Posted by Michael on Jan 14th 2016

    These worked great! My team loves the comfort and the added benefit of being able to use our touchscreen interfaces on our machines. They are also easy to spot from a “where are my hands” perspective.

  • 5
    These worked great!

    Posted by Michael on Jan 13th 2016

    These worked great! My team loves the comfort and the added benefit of being able to use our touchscreen interfaces on our machines. They are also easy to spot from a “where are my hands� perspective.