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Cut-protection products

In industry, many jobs require special care and concentration. Routine industrial processes often involve handling sharp edges or dealing with hot objects, including glass or metal components. For such activities, glove protection is clearly essential. However, process operators often need a considerable degree of dexterity as well.

Twaron-based safety gloves are recognized around the world for providing superior quality, performance and reliability, as they combine excellent protection with maximum comfort and ease of use.

Other applications for Twaron are:
• Leg protection (e.g., for forestry workers)
• Anti-vandalism fabrics (e.g., for bus and train seats)

Key benefits when using Twaron

• Superior cut resistance
• Very strong, light, durable and comfortable
• Excellent heat protection
• Good abrasion resistance
• Doesn’t burn, melt, or adhere to human skin
• Easy to clean

For minimizing the impact of cleaning on the performance of cut resistant articles please download our cleaning recommendations for Twaron.

Recycling

Twaron-based gloves can also be recycled at the end of their life, minimizing their impact on the environment. Recycling is part of Teijin Aramid’s commitment to providing sustainable products. Read more about our recycling activities.

Alexander KoechlSales Account Manager
Mr. Alexander Koechl
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