American National Standard for Performance and Classification for Cut Resistant Gloves
ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 establishes performance levels, testing and classification for gloves designed to provide cut resistance while performing occupational tasks.
ASTM F2992-15 testing method.
A straight blade moves horizontally across the material sample.A new blade is used for every individual test.
Glove material sample
Sample taken from glove palm and placed on machine.
Weight is added as force required, ranging between 200 to 6000 grams.
Cut resistant gloves
Test results are represented by levels A1 to A9, as depicted on the gloves.
For the latest safety standards, classifications, testing criteria and ratings information, please refer to the appropriate governing body or association.
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