No Drip/No Melt FR Mechanics Hybrid

The No Drip/No Melt FR Mechanics Hybrid is a leading edge performance work glove that is flame-resistant, cut-resistant (ANSI level A2 top of hand and ANSI level A4 palm), and puncture resistant (ANSI level 4 and arc-rated to 12 cal/cm2). It combines advance synthetic materials with exceptional-quality goat grain leather, sewn into a 3D ergonomic, form-fit design for superior dexterity, comfort, and durability. The 18 oz/yd2 goatskin palm is lined with a cut-resistant liner made with 100% Kevlar® fiber by DuPont™, drastically reducing the severity of accidental cuts and slashes. The top of hand is made with Nomex® for its FR properties and excellent breathability. This FR glove exceeds industry standards for flame resistance according to ASTM D6413. A goatskin layer of reinforcement is featured on critical wear areas such as the knuckle, saddle, and fingertips. Available in sizes XS to 3XL.

The result is increased efficiency, productivity and safety for workers, while in compliance with the NFPA 70e – 2018 standard and OSHA 29 CFR Part 1926.

Glove Company, info@ytgloves.com

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