Graphex Quantum cut-resistant gloves
Designed using quantum level engineering, the Graphex Quantum series of hand protection utilises graphene, an allotrope of carbon, represented as a one-atom-thick hexagonal lattice structure.
Proportionally, graphene is about 100 times stronger than steel and harder than diamond. It can conduct heat and electricity efficiently, yet is almost transparent. Recent scientific advancements have allowed for graphene’s extraction and commercial production.
Through nanotechnology, graphene has been incorporated into the manufacture of the Graphex Quantum Series of cut-resistant gloves. By incorporating this material in the production of its yarns, Graphex has been able to produce thin, lightweight and comfortable Cut Level F certified gloves. They are available in two styles: with and without impact protection and feature an extended thumb and forefinger saddle.
Graphex gloves are worn in mining, construction, tunnelling and offshore operations. The combination of cut protection and dexterity allows the wearer to perform intricate tasks, wherever necessary, without sacrificing safety.
All performance levels are certified by an independent Notifying Body (BSI Group) to Australian and European Standards (AS/NZS 2161.3:2020 and EN388:2106). This certification ensures peace of mind for all stakeholders, from the distributor to the employer, and most importantly to the employee, the wearer of the gloves.
For more information: www.graphexgloves.com.
Phone: 02 9603 3824
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