Cut Ratings Explained: How to check cut ratings and what are the best working gloves


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Our hands are a vital part of our productivity. To millions of workers in automotive, glass, sheet metal, and construction industries, the above statement is totally true.


Our hands have 29 bones along with major nerves, arteries, veins, tendons, ligaments, cartilages, skin, and fingernails. They serve a lot of crucial functions, but most workers take hand injuries too lightly. This resulted in hand injuries ranking 2nd in the list of most frequent injuries in worksites. An average of ,000 is needed to cure hand injuries. Even a few stitches cost ,000, causing a major economic burden. Hand injuries also cause a huge inconvenience at work. If only we could prevent them in advance, we would be able to prevent loss of money and time as well.

The most common injuries are: 1. Burn 2. Abrasion and laceration 3. Stab 4. Fracture 5. Amputation

Using one pair of gloves is enough to prevent these injuries from happening at work. Now, we’ll explain what kind of gloves the best fit for you is.

Cut Resistant Level (Explained)

Let’s take a look at the level of protection rating suitable for your work environment. Check the suitable level of protection according to ANSI (American National Standards Institute) criteria.Cut Level 1 – Nuisance Cuts: This level essentially covers paper cuts Cut Level 2 – Low Cut Hazards: Most common in construction and package handling jobs Cut Level 3 and 4 – Moderate Cut Hazards: Most common in lighter metal stamping and light glass handling positions Cut Level 5 to 9 – High & Extreme Cut Hazards: These are the heavier jobs involving sheet metal, glass, sharp blades, razors, food service, pulp and paper, and so on

Check the mechanical gloves standard of the European Union (EN388) as well for resistance against friction, cut, tear and puncture. If the pair of gloves are certified with a protection level, it is suitable for use as working gloves of a firm or an individual. The way of preventing hand injuries is wearing cut resistant gloves. Why don’t people wear safety gloves when simply wearing gloves can prevent injuries? We made a survey and the reasons were quite clear: They were 1) the gloves were inconvenient; 2) the gloves were uncomfortable due to the use of low-quality fabrics. One inconvenience a lot of workers shared is that the gloves worsen the grip when holding objects and are ill-fitting, even making wearing gloves more dangerous than not. Also, we were told that their hands get sweaty and hot due to low-quality fabrics used in the gloves. We relentlessly researched novel technologies to solve these inconveniences, and we could deliver gloves that boast perfect grip and an exact fit to the wearers’ hands. Let us introduce you to the crucial working gloves for preventing hand injuries:


Level 5 Cut Resistant Gloves are high-level cut-resistant gloves employing bulletproof HPPE with glass fiber. Our products provide a skin-like fit and we are sure these are the most comfortable cut-resistant safety gloves. 1. 3D Comfort Stretch Fit - Best fit for your hands 2. Best Level 5 Cut Protection 3. Puncture Resistance - CE EN 388 4544, ANSI Cut A4 For your best work performance, we provide a second skin feel slim work glove using Kevelar, Dyneema, and filament yarn. 4. Keep drying and cool with unique air ventilation 5. No twist while working with screwdrivers for mechanics  

DEX FIT by MUVEEN is manufacturing the best quality work gloves (cut resistant gloves) with world-class technology. The state-of-the-art technology is highly rated by users and industries alike based on trust and recognition.

We are manufacturing safer, more comfortable gloves through testing them in various scenes, MUVEEN also provides news and information on the care of cut-resistant gloves. You can effortlessly get informed if you subscribe to our newsletters or follow our Facebook.

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