Powercut Heavy Duty Gloves with Alycore
Award winning combo glove brings the cut & puncture resistance of Alycore together with the superior grip of a latex palm coat.
Majestic's PowerCut® gloves made with patented Alycore™ offers cut, puncture and needle resistance like no other product has before. Composed mostly of super-thin threads of iron and carbon, Alycore™ is lightweight, flexible, breathable, recyclable, and washable while providing ultimate protection
Majestic’s Crinkle Latex offers great grip, especially in wet and dry applications that do not include oil. Its soft, flexible coating maintains tough durability, tear resistance, and excellent grip
- Cut Level: ANSI A8, EN 5
- Puncture Level: ANSI 4, EN 3
Hypodermic Needle Puncture Level: ANSI 4
- 4 layers of Alycore™ in the palm, fingers and fingertips
- Cotton/poly seamless knit
- Pre-Curved Finger Design to Minimize Hand Fatigue
- Majestic Glove SKU A4S85N
PowerCut® with Alycore™
Ultimate Cut & Needle Puncture Resistance
Majestic PowerCut® gloves made with patented Alycore™ offers cut, puncture and needle resistance like no other product has before. Composed mostly of super-thin threads of iron and carbon, Alycore™ is lightweight, flexible, breathable, recyclable, and washable while providing ultimate protection.
Needles, Glass, Metal, Wire & Splinters
Majestic recognizes that many puncture hazards cannot be measured by the standard EN388 minimum requirement for testing. The standard probe test simulates large puncture threats but fails to accurately characterize puncture resistance to high-risk hazards. These hazards include hypodermic needles, wire, glass & glass fragments, metal shards, and wood splinters.
In addition to the EN388 protocol for puncture resistance, Majestic intensifies the safety standard and measures a glove’s puncture resistance according to the ASTM F2878 Standard by forcing a 25 gauge syringe needle through the material at a fixed speed. This measures the material’s resistance to other puncture hazards commonly found in the workplace but not addressed by the EN388 standard.
As companies evaluate employee hand protection against all puncture hazards, it is critical to measure puncture resistant claims by the penetrating object. The rounded probe, larger than the end of a ballpoint pen used in the EN388 test does not accurately simulate the degree and scope of puncture hazards employees typically encounter.