The Journal of Industry and Technology

Industrial Analytical Instrumentation

Euro Technology

Serving industry for over 36 years
Three leading magazines for key executives,  engineers, universities,
manufacturers, laboratory technicians, scientists, and research establishments

Industrial safety products and solutions

Two new cut-resistant gloves featuring
an innovative colour-coded numbers system

Honeywell (NYSE: HON) has introduced two new cut-resistant gloves featuring an innovative colour-coded numbers system to help safety managers ensure, at a glance, that workers are wearing the right protection for their level of cut injury risk.  The Check & Go (C&G) DeepTril and C&G Skeleton gloves are suitable for a number of industries including oil and gas, construction, rail, transport, manufacturing and maintenance.

"With cut resistance levels 1, 3 and 5 clearly indicated on the back of each glove, the C&G DeepTril and C&G Skeleton gloves incorporate the EN388 cut performance level number in an easily readable format into glove design," says Stephanie Quilliet, product manager hand protection, Honeywell Safety Products EMEA. "The new products combine cut protection with additional features, such as armour, making them ideal for rugged environments."

The colour-coded recognition system helps safety managers ensure workers are wearing the right gloves for their level of cut injury risk. Large red, orange and green numerals indicating cut resistance levels can be seen on the back of all of the gloves.


The C&G DeepTril is ideal for workers requiring a high performance alternative to traditional leather gloves, particularly in the construction sector. Manufactured using knitted, dipped technology and made from 13 gauge fibre the gloves are lightweight, comfortable and flexible and have a fully dipped nitrile foam coating to provide protection from liquid splashes. They offer enhanced grip in both wet and dry applications and excellent abrasion performance for longer glove life and available in EN388 cut protection levels 1, 3 or 5.

With reinforced exterior rubber armour to protect the bones in the back of the hand, the fingers and the fingernails, C&G Skeleton offers a combination of cut resistance and enhanced impact protection. The nitrile coating on the gloves offers outstanding grip as well as excellent abrasion resistance.

The high visibility C&G Skeleton 1 is made from fibre polyester for use in general purpose environments, C&G Skeleton 3 is made with high-performance polyethylene (HPPE) for the handling of sharp objects in a dry and oily environment. The highest form of protection, found in C&G Skeleton 5, utilises composite and Kevlar materials to provide cut resistance and is ideally suited for those handling sharp objects in frequently wet or greasy environments, such as on oil and gas platforms.

C&G Skeleton gloves use fully knitted, dipped technology, reducing the risk of tearing at the seams, a common problem with cut-and-sewn gloves. It also ensures the gloves are lightweight and comfortable to wear and that users' dexterity is not compromised.

All gloves have a long lifespan as they can be washed regularly at 40°C without affecting performance. They also meet the EN420 standard for general requirements for gloves.

Honeywell International in profile
Honeywell is a Fortune 100 diversified technology and manufacturing leader, serving customers worldwide with aerospace products and services; control technologies for buildings, homes and industry; turbochargers; and performance materials. Based in Morris Township, N.J., Honeywell's shares are traded on the New York, London, and Chicago Stock Exchanges.

For further information, e-mail: holly.grover@honeywell.com or view website: www.honeywellnow.com 
Refer to page 671

Quick page links - Display rates - Features - Magazine profile - Home page - Company index - Page 630


Industrial and Technological Publications
Leading the way in on-line magazine publishing
The Journal of Industry and Technology - Euro Technology - Industrial Analytical Instrumentation
Title registered in London 1978. Registration number 2334966

Twitter: www.twitter.com/@thejournalofind - Twitter: www.twitter.com/@eurotechnologym - Twitter: www,twitter.com/@industrialanaly
Google+: www.google.com/+ThejournalofindustryandtechnologyBiz21 Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/williamdigbyhammertonthejourna
Google+: www.Google.com/+Eurotechnologymagazine21E  Google+: www.google.com /+Industrialanalyticalinstrumentation21IA
Follow on Facebook: http://facebook.com/pages/The-Journal-of-Industry-and-Technology/171016159602089