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Cut Resistant Gloves Manufacturer

Amsafe is a globally recognized manufacturer of cut-resistant gloves, renowned for our expertise in crafting and evolving relevant products.

As a factory certified by ISO, BSCI, and SATAX, we maintain stringent quality controls to ensure the production of tested and high-quality cut-resistant gloves.

  • 15 years of manufacturing expertise
  • 180 days quality warranty
  • OEM and OBM are available

Amsafe Cut Resistant Gloves

Our cut-resistant gloves are engineered for various working purposes, providing protection for the wrists and fingers when handling glass, heavy materials, chemicals, rust, and more. These gloves are constructed from a range of materials, including synthetic fibers, polyethylene, metal mesh, neoprene, cloth, and more.

Amsafe cut-resistant gloves are known for their longevity and durability, available in different designs, colors, sizes, and coatings. They are particularly popular in construction and electronic industries.

As a certified supplier, we assure you of quality-tested cut-resistant gloves and offer a one-stop supply chain to ensure both quality and cost-effectiveness. Reach out to us with your inquiries!

1.cut resistan foam gloves

Featuring a non-slip coating for an enhanced grip, these gloves maximize protection and are lighter than regular gloves. Ideal for various applications, including the kitchen.

2.cut resistant steel mesh gloves

Constructed from high-strength polyethylene fibers and stainless-steel wire, these mesh gloves offer adjustable metal buckles for optimal wear. They feature an internal flat woven structure for comfort.

3.fully coated cut resistant gloves

With low density and the ability to float on water, these moisture-resistant gloves are suitable for extreme hot and cold temperatures, offering optimum protection.

high molecular-weight polyethylene fiber gloves

Perfect for industrial applications, aerospace engineering, marine fishery, and outdoor sports, these gloves offer a unique combination of properties.

5.lnterloched stainless steel cut resistant gloves

Made from top-quality stainless steel, these gloves feature a stronger sealed ring connection and a metal cuff resistant to chemical exposure.

6.multi-filament fiber cut resistant gloves

Highly rated for both cut resistance and puncture resistance, these foamed gloves offer increased grip and dexterity, suitable for industrial use and household tasks.

7.palm coated cut resistant glones

Providing excellent cut protection and grip, these gloves are ideal for maintenance, material handling, shipping, and assembly. They are made from composite filament fiber.

8.smooth coated cut resistant working gloves

Offering optimal touch sensitivity and high-level cut resistance, these gloves are certified for use in the food industry and feature a smooth texture.

9.synthetic fiber cut resistant gloves

Ensuring durable protection against accidental cuts, these gloves are perfect for construction sites, warehouses, and various handyman jobs.

Provide Excellent Quality

For over 15 years, Amsafe has been a reliable cut-resistant glove manufacturer, prioritizing glove development and research. Our mission is to provide excellent quality, safety, and outstanding service.

Our cut-resistant gloves are not only comfortable but also feature cutting-edge technology, ensuring optimal ventilation and dry, comfortable hands in kitchen environments and other work settings. Reach out to us directly for your orders, and enjoy our 24-hour sales service.

Provide Excellent Quality
Useful and comfortable

Useful and Comfortable

Amsafe cut-resistant gloves offer more than just protection against cuts from sharp blades; they are also 100% food-safe. Perfect for boosting confidence in the kitchen, saving time during food preparation, and handling tasks such as cleaning up broken glass or working with sharp tools and equipment.

With BSCI, ISO, and SATAX verified factories, Amsafe manufactures cut-resistant gloves from high-pressure polyethylene. These gloves are comfortable, non-toxic, and soft, ensuring your safety and comfort in various work environments.

Cut Resistant Gloves: The Ultimate FAQ Guide

I know you are looking for high quality cut resistant gloves.

Or, you want to learn more about cut resistant gloves.

A reason this guide explores everything you need to know about cut-resistant gloves.

So, keep reading to learn more.

1.  What Are Cut Resistant Gloves?

Cut Resistant Gloves are classified under personal protective equipment (PPE) and are meant to prevent slashing and cutting.

They are especially invented to preserve hands during procedures involving sharp objects like glass, metals, and knives.

cut resistant gloves

2. Where Do You Absolutely Need Cut-Resistant Gloves?

Think of Cut-Resistant Gloves as your hands’ very own super hero capes! These wonder mitts are often spotted flaunting their protective powers in areas like warehouses, general upkeep zones, car assembly lines, metal stamping hubs and the realm of metal working industries. Acting like protective barriers, these gloves ensure your treasured digits stay safe and sound, away from any potential nicks or injuries!

3. What Are the Different Levels of Cut-Resistant Gloves?

These levels are established considering the specific applications they’re created for, as detailed below.

ANSI A1 – Crafted to guard against light cut hazards (200-499 grams to cut) such as paper cuts and parts assembly.

ANSI A2 – Engineered to safeguard against cut risks (500-999 grams to cut) commonly found in material handling, general-purpose tasks and warehouse operations.

ANSI A3 – Designed to offer protection from cut hazards (1000-1499 grams to cut) typically encountered in construction and small part handling.

ANSI A4 – Intended to shield from medium cut hazards (1500-2199 grams to cut) often seen in electrical work, glass handling, and metal handling.

ANSI A5 – Formulated to provide medium to heavy protection for cut hazards (2200-2999 grams to cut) like those in metal recycling and meat processing.



ANSI A6 – Our hero for high cut hazards ranging from 3000-3999! It’s the go-to glove for the pulp, paper, automotive, and aerospace industries. With this glove, you can make paper planes without fear of paper cuts!

ANSI A7 – This glove tackles high cut hazards between 4000-4999. It’s the favorite in the oil and gas industry. With ANSI A7, you can say “oil be back” without worrying about any cuts!

ANSI A8 – When you’ve got high cut hazards from 5000-5999 grams to cut, ANSI A8 is your hero. It’s like having a shield for your hands!

ANSI A9 – For those hazards that weigh in at a hefty 6000+ grams to cut, the ANSI A9 glove steps up to the plate. It’s like a superhero cape for your hands!


4. What Criteria Should Cut-Resistant Gloves Meet?

There are two primary and international standards that are employed to evaluate the protective level a work glove can offer: ANSI/ISEA 105 (American Standard) and EN 388 (European Standard).

Both of these standards are used to administer tests for cut resistance, puncture resistance, and abrasion resistance. However, it’s crucial to highlight that cut resistance is deemed more significant among these three.

Both standards employ specific tests to ascertain the force necessary for a sharp object to cut through a material.

ANSI/ISEA 105 Cut Testing: Utilizes the ASTM F2292-15 test.

This test involves a machine known as a tomodynamometer (TDM).

It draws a sharp object or blade over the surface of the selected glove in paths of 20mm with various gram loads.

It then measures the amount of weight needed to make cuts on the sample glove.

The sample glove undergoes five cuts with three different loads, and the average is calculated, resulting in a score of A1-A9.

EN 388 Cut Testing: Employs Coupe; ISO 13997

What the test does:

Coupe: The sample material is positioned under a blade that is programmed to rotate with a fixed weight.

This results in a cut score of 1-5.

The coupe has a limitation in that the blade can become dull when the test is run on a highly resistant sample material, which may lead to inaccurate results.

This is the reason the TDM-100 machine was introduced.

ISO 13997: It uses the same machine used in ANSI for testing (TDM-100).

ISO13997 is designed to provide more accurate results for very high cut-resistant sample materials.

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5.  Which Is The Best Cut Resistant Gloves Material?

Steel core – it is a strong material and can be used for ANSI A2 level protection from cut or abrasion.

Metal mesh – This is made from interlocked rings of stainless steel that form a mesh.

This offers protection from cut and puncture.

They are very durable due to the stainless steel it is made of.

It offers ANSI A5 level for the user and it is recommended for work that involves sharp cutting objects like in cutting poultry and meat.

Fibre metal blends – these are very durable and they offer resistance from abrasion and cut.

They offer ANSI A5 level for the user and it is recommended for work that involves sharp cutting objects like in cutting poultry and meat.

Kevlar –This an aramid fibre which provides resistance to high cut and puncture.

This is very strong compared to steel and gives ANSI A4 cut resistance protection.

It is very comfortable and is recommended for lightweight construction like in automotive industry.

Spectra fibre – It is very flexible and offers ANSI A4 protection from cuts and abrasion.

Dyneema fibre – it is a highly strong fiber that is made of Ultra-High Molecular-Weight Polyethylene

Recommended to be used in industries like food industry, and automotive and construction and steel.

Super fabric – it is a very strong material meant to offer protection against cut, abrasion and puncture.

7.  Are There Heat And Cut Resistant Gloves?

There are gloves that can offer protection against both heat and cut.

The material used for these gloves is Kevlar which can resist both heat and cuts.

A few examples are listed below.

500 degrees cut level E Heat resistant 36cm Guantlets.

Heat and cut resistant gloves

heat and cut resistant glove

800 degrees cut level 5 heat fire resistant guantlets

Coval Heat Handling 350 degrees Food Safe Cut Resistant 37cm Gauntlet

8.  What Should You Consider When Choosing Cut Resistant Gloves?

The Materials Used For The Different Types Of Gloves

Since there are several materials that can be used to make cut resistant gloves.

It is important consider the kind of work you need the gloves for and choose the best fit, made from the best material.

There are gloves, coatings and liners and each offer a certain level of cut resistant protection different from the other.

The choice may also offer other protection like in electrical conduction, abrasion, and heat.

For instance, Kevlar and dyneema can offer cut resistance independently but they cannot suite all kinds of jobs.

Dyneema for one does not offer protection against heat hence cannot be used in high heat environment.

Dyneema is again very comfortable and can be won the whole day because it is breathable and it fits jobs like manufacturing work or food production.

Kevlar is not very breathable because it is more insulated.

Gloves made from Kevlar cannot be laundered with bleach and they are recommended for jobs like firefighting because they are heat resistant.

Safety Standards For The Gloves

When considering the standards of safety, it is important to note that most countries do not have laid down standard except for North American companies .

They  have ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 and Europe, South America, Asia and Australia use EN 388 test methods.

However, industries all over the world have come up with standards to be followed in the production of gloves.

It is therefore important to consider the standards of safety the company you are purchasing from has adhered to, this should grant the assurance of safety.

Other Requirements

Cut resistant gloves chosen should also offer other protection from other hazards in a work place. You need your cut resistant glove to be a bit thicker and less adept.

The gloves of choice should also be comfortable and also fit well because this will ensure more productivity.

There are other jobs that will need a combination of resistance in a glove for instance abrasion, puncture and cut.

9.  What Are The Benefits Of Using Cut Resistant Gloves?

Safety First

First things first, cut-resistant gloves are meant to benefit the users by keeping them safe from cuts, nicks, and scrapes when working with knives, metal, and other sharp objects.

When cut-resistant gloves are worn in a work place, users minimize the risk of getting minor injuries while working.

This creates confidence within them and with their skills because they can do their work safely.

Prioritize Comfort

Most workers are not willing to put on safety gloves since they feel uncomfortable in them and they are not able to accomplish tasks with them.

The lack of comfortability is true for some gloves, unfortunately.

Comfortability should come with safety when choosing your cut resistant gloves.

10.  Do Cut Resistant Gloves Come In Different Colors?

Cut resistant gloves come in both bright and dark colors.

Some of the colors include yellow, blue, grey, white and black.

The color of the wrist is sometimes different from the rest of the glove.

Green Cut Resistant Gloves

Green cut resistant gloves

The part on the back of the hand may have a different color with the rest of the parts because they may be made with different materials especially for more protection on one side.

11.  How Can You Test Quality Of Cut Resistant Gloves?

There are different test methods that can be used to know the quality of cut resistant gloves.

ASTM F1790-97 (1997 test method): Used to test cut resistance of protective clothing materials.

ASTM F1790-05 (2005 method): Used to measure cut resistance by labs that make use of Tomodynamometer (TDM) cut test machine.

ASTM F2992-15: Used by labs that makes use of TDM cut test machine.

Cut resistance is measured at a distance of 20 mm with a blade. The results range from A1 to A9.

EN 388-2016: European standard for measuring Protective Gloves from Mechanical Hazards.

EN 388 Coup Test uses a circular blade, with a fixed load, it moves to and from over the sample to achieve a cut-through.

The reference material is cotton canvas fabric.

Both the sample and reference material are alternatively cut to obtain at least five results.

The ratio of number of cycles required to cut the sample to the number used to cut the reference material is the cut resistance known as cut index.

If the cut index is higher, it means the material is more resistant to cuts.

12.  Which Sizes Of Cut Resistant Gloves Are There?

The cut resistant gloves come in four sizes.

XS = 6-7 Inches

S = 7-8 Inches

M = 8-9 Inches

L = 9-10 Inches

XL = 10-11 Inches

XXL = 11+ Inches.

It is advisable to get measurements of the length of your hand to be able to get the exact glove size as shown in the diagram below.

13.  Is Cut Resistant Glove Food Safe?

There are cut resistant gloves specifically designed for the kitchen and for food production processes.

It therefore means that the glove chosen should be cut resistant and also food safe.

The food safe cut resistant gloves are made from polyethylene, spandex and fiberglass, they are reusable.

14.  How Do You Care And Maintain Cut Resistant Gloves?

It is important to wear cut resistant gloves when handling sharp objects at work or at home to avoid the possibility of getting injured.

The steps below are necessary in order to care for and maintain the cut resistant gloves.

  • Ensure your hand are thoroughly washed before putting the gloves on.
  • Use the best fitting glove.
  • After every task is done, make sure to clean the glove before taking another task with them.
  • Each glove type comes with cleaning or sanitizing instructions from the manufacturer, these must be followed.

Wash gloves using soapy water, put them on and rub hands together.

Rinsing should be done with clean and warm water and should be from fingertips through to the cuff.

Sanitize and hang to dry.

15.  What Makes Gloves Cut Resistant?

One independent material cannot guarantee hight cut resistance in a cut-resistant glove.

That’s why the best cut resistant gloves combine 3 different elements (rolling action, strength, hardness) each offering its own action within the cut resistant technology.

To combine the three elements, it has to start from the yarn.

The material that provides strength could be Kevlar or dyneema.

Steel or glass can provide the hardness element of the cut resistance glove.

This gives the glove the ability to make a blade dull. This hardness is achieved by including the hard sample in the yarn.

Filament fibers are used to make up every piece of yarn.

The level of cut resistance is determined by how the filament fibers create the rolling action by moving together.

The motion in this action absorbs the impact caused by the blade.

16.  Which Factors Determine the Degree Of Cut Resistance Gloves When In Use?

Below are some factors to consider;

  • How frequently the bade get in contact with gloves
  • Type of the sharp object; is it a knife, rotating blade or stamped metal edge
  • Amount of force applied
  • Length or direction of contact
  • Location of the blade’s force on the glove
  • How sharp the blade is at the point of contact
  • Shape or design of sharp edge

However, it is important to avoid getting into contact with the sharp objects because the glove can not guarantee a 100% protection.

17.  How Does Cut Resistant Gloves Compare To Puncture Resistant Gloves?

Cut resistant gloves protect from a tool breaking into the outer layer the glove, while puncture resistant gloves protect from an object piercing into the glove.

Most cut resistance gloves are also engineered with a material that is puncture resistant.

Puncture resistance gloves

puncture resistant gloves

Most puncture resistant gloves are thicker compared to cut resistant gloves hence a bit adept and uncomfortable.

18.  Are Cut Resistant Gloves Durable?

Cut resistant gloves are made of dense tissue, it means they are more durable compared to ordinary gloves.

This means less tear and puncture hence lasting longer.

There is no standard for testing durability hence consider the strength of the material used and the work it will be used for.

For all your cut resistant gloves, contact us now.

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