The selection of metal handling gloves we stock here at Easy Gloves allow you to handle panels or sheets of metal in full confidence without having to worry about cuts, scratches and any unwanted damage to your hands. Our metal handling gloves include a number of products that have the highest level of cut protection, dexterity and hardwearing properties ensuring that longevity is maintained throughout. Browse our range below.
When you are working with metal or steel, particularly if it is in sheet form, it is absolutely pivotal that your hands have superb levels of protection against cuts and potential slashes. More often than not, manufactured sheets of steel have sharp edges that can cause some quite serious harm to the users if handled incorrectly and because of this, you need effective safety equipment. Fortunately, here at Easy Gloves we stock a superb range of gloves for handling steel that offer a high level of cut and scratch resistance. You'll be pleased to know that our selection of gloves for handling steel are tried and tested to last and withstand the heavy duty nature when handling large sheets of steel.
For more information about our metal handling gloves regarding sizing, styles and general advice, contact our highly knowledgeable and friendly team today. We're more than happy to help.
When handling sheet metal, you should protect your hands with a high-quality pair of PAWA nitrile or latex-coated gloves. These thick, durable gloves provide protection and comfort. The PAWA nitrile-coated industrial gloves feature 360 breathable coatings and an extended cuff for extra comfort.
When cutting metal sheets, such as steel, aluminium, brass, etc. You should wear cut-protection gloves. Sheet metals have sharp edges, making them a hazard to work with. We would recommend either the PAWA nitrile-coated gloves or the PAWA latex-coated gloves for robust protection at an affordable price.
Cut-resistant gloves are gloves recommended to be worn in situations where cutting your hands may be likely. Your gloves will show a cut-resistance level of A5 or higher to indicate they’re safe to use with sharp tools and objects.