Majestic Glove SKU 3703
- Winter lined PVC double coated glove
- 13-Gauge seamless knit shell with removable thermal lining
- Special compound remains soft even in extreme low temperatures
- Ergonomic design
- Rough finish for excellent wet grip
- 12" long
- Gauntlet cuff
Synthetic Glove Terms
Smooth Finish: The inside glove is singed by flames before dipping to remove small lint balls which occur naturally on all knitted cloth. The idea that smooth plastic is also slick is much more perception than reality. In fact, smooth plastic gloves provide an excellent grip for most objects.
Sand Finish: After the initial dipping, sand-like polymers are applied to the coated glove either by spraying or re-dipping before the original coat hardens.
Rough Finish: The inside glove is unsinged so that the surface has a “pebbled” appearance.
Uneven Raised Finish: The surface of the glove is chemically treated to cause an overall matte finish with irregular etched grooves.
Embossed / Textured Finish: An unsupported glove term where the glove form used to dip into the molten latex or plastic is etched with a grooved pattern so that when the glove is turned, the surface of the palm has a pattern.
Grit Finish: PVC chunks larger than sand are sprayed onto the dipped glove while plastic is still molten.
Supported Coated Glove: A cloth glove that has been fully dipped or palm dipped into a liquid such as latex, PVC, nitrile, polyurethane, etc.
Impregnated: The plastic (PVC) does not merely coat the material but penetrates the textile. These gloves are typically not liquid resistant and are used when improved grip and dexterity or low-level cut protection is required.
Unsupported Glove: A glove made by dipping a ceramic hand form into liquid latex or plastic. A glove is created when the material dries and is removed from the form.
Interlock Lining: The inner glove is made of lightweight cotton interlock knit fabric.
Jersey Lined: The glove is lined with brushed cotton fabric.
Flock Lined: A term that describes the inside of the glove as dusted with fine cotton fibers for moisture absorption and easy on-off.
Powdered: A term that describes the inside of the glove as dusted with corn starch for moisture absorption and easy on-off.
Permeation: The measurement of breakthrough time it takes a specific chemical to be detected on the other side of the glove material according to ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 or EN374. Permeation is measured on a non-degraded glove. Rate is determined by the amount of time before the chemical passes through.
Degradation: The degradation of the physical properties of a glove by exposing it to a specific chemical.
About Majestic Glove
Majestic intensifies your safety standards by providing reliable and quality personal protective equipment for the roughest work conditions. We combine the quality of traditional craftsmanship with the latest technological and material advancements to create safety equipment and apparel that exceeds performance expectations. From durable safety gloves to high visibility and fire resistant clothing, or protective eyewear to respiratory safety and foot protection, Majestic is committed to reliable, innovative and durable safety gear.
As a member of the International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA), the leading association for personal protective equipment and technologies that enable people to work in hazardous environments, and an ANSI accredited standards developing organization, Majestic strengthens its commitment to ‘Reliability in Safety’ by working directly with industry leaders in Hand Protection and High Visibility standards. Our goal is to keep integrity in the industry.
We believe everyone should have access to the most safe and healthy environment and personal protective equipment possible. We work together to provide just that.
As such, Majestic embodies six values:
Reliable: You can depend on Majestic. Like the people who make them, our products are trustworthy and keep their promises.
Intentional: Our gear is designed to exceed industry standards in quality and ergonomics for optimal comfort.
Quality: Majestic products are crisp and clean in engineering and safety. There is beauty in the precision of the process of protection.
Valuable: We combine the quality of traditional craftsmanship with the latest technological and material advancements to create safety apparel and equipment that exceeds performance expectations.
Preferred: A leading supplier of personal safety gear, Majestic is known for offering preferred products with proven durability and excellent performance-to-cost value.
Innovative: We are committed to ongoing innovation which allows us to improve product availability and satisfy changing workplace conditions and demands.