Safety protection, "hands" bear the brunt. The hand is a part that is frequently used in daily work. In various industrial accidents, hand injuries account for more than 20%. The correct use and wearing of protective gloves can greatly reduce or avoid hand injuries. Therefore, hand protection is particularly important. Today we will get to know some members of the labor protection glove family. How many do you know?
Cotton yarn gloves are a kind of gloves woven from cotton fibers, which are durable, breathable and comfortable. It is one of the more commonly used gloves in daily life and is widely used in all walks of life, so people will also call it labor protection gloves. Commonly used cotton gloves are 7-13 needles, between 400-800g.
Q1: What do 7 stitches, 10 stitches and 13 stitches mean for cotton gloves?
7, 10 and 13 represent the number of needles per inch of the loom, for example, 7 needles = 7 needles per inch. The number of needles in the glove determines its density. The more needles, the lower the density. In some working environments, it is necessary to wear a layer of sleeves, and there are requirements for the size of the gloves and the thickness of the fingers. At this time, gloves with different stitch counts are required.
Q2: What do the 500g and 750g on the cotton gloves represent?
The 500g and 750g cotton gloves refer to the weight of each dozen gloves. The weight can reflect the degree of wear resistance to a certain extent. The weight ranges from 450 grams to 800 grams. The higher the weight, the more wear-resistant.
Disposable gloves are gloves made of rubber sheets or films. Usually there are plastic, latex, nitrile and other materials.
Comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of disposable gloves of different materials
Disposable plastic gloves: generally used in non-professional occasions.
Advantages: cheap; disadvantages: inelastic, poor durability and adaptability.
Disposable latex gloves: usually used in professional occasions.
Advantages: flexible and durable. Disadvantages: intolerant to the corrosion of animal fats, prone to allergies.
Disposable nitrile gloves: improvements to latex gloves
Advantages: anti-corrosion of animal fats and no allergies. Disadvantages: the price is relatively high.