Magid Glove and Safety's CutMaster Aramax and Aramax XT Series sleeves and gloves offer improved cut resistance

Magid Glove and Safety's CutMaster Aramax and Aramax XT Series cut-resistant sleeves and gloves are made to provide hand and arm protection for workers engaged in glass and metal handling, metal parts assembly and metal stamping operations. The CutMaster Aramax and Aramax XT provide up to ANSI Cut Level 5 protection. Aramax and Aramax XT Yarn is engineered to wick moisture and heat away from the skin.

The CutMaster Aramax and Aramax XT lines both use a slightly different formulation of yarn. Aramax Yarn is spun from a combination of high performance polyethylene (HPPE), fiberglass and synthetic fibers. Consisting of seamless, machine-knit styles from lightweight to heavyweight, CutMaster Aramax Gloves and Sleeves possess ANSI Cut Level 3 and ANSI Cut Level 4 ratings with abrasion resistance.

CutMaster Aramax XT Gloves and Sleeves are constructed using Aramax XT Yarn, a blend of high performance polyethylene (HPPE), fiberglass, synthetic fibers and, in select cases, steel wire. With ANSI Cut Level 4 and ANSI Cut Level 5 ratings, CutMaster Aramax XT Gloves and Sleeves deliver the added level of protection required for metal assembly and metal stamping applications. CutMaster Aramax and Aramax XT gloves come in sizes 6-11, with a reinforced thumb crotch available in certain styles for added wear and are packaged 12 pair per polybag. Sold by the unit, CutMaster Aramax and Aramax XT sleeves come in lengths from 14 inches to 24 inches, with a fit-enhancing thumb slot and fire-resistant options available.

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Safety
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