A new lightweight polyurethane coated cut level 4 glove which is perfect for woodcarving
Hand protection manufacturers Stalsen are thrilled to announce the launch of the new Rayza RX432, a lightweight polyurethane coated cut level 4 glove. Stalsen Director Kieran Tydeman says: “The new Rayza RX432 has an ultra-lightweight cut resistant liner, providing the best levels of flexibility and touch sensitivity for the wearer. The composition of the polyurethane coating enhances the dexterity of the glove. To improve wearer comfort, the glove lining is produced using high performing Japanese yarns that deliver high levels of cut resistance together with outstanding levels of wearer comfort and functionality consistently with every pair of gloves.”
The Rayza RX432 performs to EN388:2016 cut resistance level 4 and has an index level of ‘B’ for the ISO 13997 blade cut standard. Perfect for woodworking and woodcarving tasks especially, the glove provides the perfect solution for a number of activities across many different industries where materials are present with sharp edging that requires high levels of cut resistance. Functionality and comfort, however, are maintained through optimum levels of dexterity and flexibility, both areas that are critical for glove wearers. For more information and pricing, click here.
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