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Glove Liner Material Guide

1. Aramid
• Lightweight, supple, comfortable, washable.
• It provides effective protection from cuts (with stainless steel reinforcements) and from convective heat offering durability and performance that far exceed that of leather (5 times higher) and cotton (3 times higher).

2. Cotton
• Natural cellulose fiber.
• Flexible, soft and non-irritating, it protects against mechanical aggression (impacts, low vibration, iron filings, splinters, glass fragments), absorbs perspiration and gives you great comfort when wearing dipped protective gloves continuously.
• Cotton fibers are mixed with polyester fibers in order to associate comfort with a higher mechanical resistance and more elasticity.

3. Nylon
• Cotton fibers are mixed with polyester fibers in order to associate comfort with a higher A lightweight elastic polyamide which is largely lint-free and washable, dries quickly and is resistant to abrasion and deformation.
• Cotton fibers are mixed with polyester fibers in order to associate comfort with a higher Mixed with cotton and acrylic, it makes the glove more flexible and extends its lifetime.

4. Acrylic
• A polymer that is resistant to water, common solvents, acids, weak alkalis and abrasion.
• Soft and warm, it insulates from the cold.
• Mixed with cotton, it makes the knit more lightweight.

5. HPPE
• High performance polyethylene is flexible, light and durable.
• As resistant to cutting as a para-aramid but with more resistance to abrasion, the fiber remains resistant to chemicals, in particular solvents.

6. Polyester
• Good mechanical resistance and elasticity (takes back its form after putting out shape) and wash ability.
• Usually it is mixed together with cotton fibers in order to avoid this disadvantage.