With First-to-Market Technologies, Ergodyne's New Coated Gloves & Cut-resistant Sleeve Stand Out From The Crowd

St.Paul, Oct. 29, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ergodyne announced the launch of their new ProFlex Coated Series Work Gloves, introducing several first-of-their-kind innovations to a competitive a?? but sometimes hard to distinguish a?? product category in the process. Also included in this launch is the new ProFlex A4 Cut-Resistant Sleeve.The expansion of the ProFlex line of hand protection gives workers a range of ANSI-level cut resistance (A2, A3, A4), grip (for wet/oily or dry surfaces) and dexterity to satisfy the needs of those working in everything from small parts manufacturing to heavy construction.a??When creating these gloves, we wanted to design something truly unique using new yarn and grip technologies that were not available on the market until now,a?? said Aaron Skemp, Product Manager for Ergodyne. a??Many coated work gloves are made with the same materials.a??Ergodyne's two exclusive grip technologies a?? DSXa?? for dry conditions and WSXa?? for wet/oily surfaces a?? feature multiple layers to protect hands while allowing air to flow for all-day breathability. The WSXa?? dip also makes use of an anti-slip nitrile top layer to absorb and disperse liquids from the surface, providing a firm grip even when wet.Ergodynea??s WSXa?? dip was found to be superior when tested against other common dips on the market today. To test the grip performance, testers must pull straight down on a piece of metal covered in oil. The score is the force registered when the hand slips. The graph below shows the average score for five of the most common dips on the market.
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