Whether you work in the oil and gas industry, mining, or manufacturing, impact-resistant gloves are essential to the safety of the work environment. In 2019, a new regulatory standard, ANSI/ISEA 138-2019 American National Standard for Performance and Classification for Impact-Resistant Gloves, was introduced to address gaps in evaluating the performance of anti-impact gloves. As a leader in glove innovation, Ansell is here to walk you through impact glove standards and how they provide transparency when it comes to comparing impact-resistant gloves. This means you can be certain your selected PPE is 'Built for Impact'.

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Built for Impact

We are committed to developing gloves with the highest quality material and attention to detail. From the first cut to constructing our impact-resistant design, watch our video to see how we are Built for Impact. And, we invite you to learn more here.

ANSI/ISEA 138 – Need to know

Ringers Gloves, a part of Ansell Limited, presents a tutorial on how the new ANSI/ISEA 138 standard helps you choose the best impact resistant gloves for your workers’ safety.

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What are the levels of cut resistant gloves?

American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is the standard, and ASTM F2992-15 is the existing standard for measuring cut-resistant materials on a 9-level scale in North America. Finding the glove with the appropriate cut level for your job is paramount.
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