Nitrile half Knit Wrist


Jersey with knitted wrist Blue half dipped glove


- Good abrasion resistance for handling rough surfaced objects
- Outstanding dry grip
- Ergonomic fit
- CE certified
- Packing : 1pair bundle polybag, 120pair master carton


- General warehousing
- Medium duty material handling

" Available in a variety of coating colors. Contact MS Techwin for more information. "

Glove Size

To find out your glove size, you should measure your dominant hand, the right if you are right-handed,
and the left if you are left-handed

1) Measure around the hand at the fullest part (exclude thumb)
2) Measure from the base of palm to the tip of the middle finger
3) Use the largest of these two measurements for the size of the glove
4) Note the measurement and compare it to the chart below

Glove Size Chart

Hand Size S(7) M(8) L(9) XL(10) XXL(11)
Length 220mm 230mm 240mm 250mm 260mm
Palm Width 75mm 85mm 95mm 105mm 115mm

Backing Fabric

The following materials are frequently used for knitted gloves

Yarn Characteristic
Nylon(Polyamide) Originally a synthetic substitute for silk. Nylon is permeable to air, elastic and durable.
HPPE(High Performance Polyethylene) Highly resistant to abrasion, moisture, cut and chemicals.
Cotton Made from plant fibres and extremely skin-friendly.
Cotton is pleasant and soft to wear and can absorb sweat very effectively.
Kevlar Brand name from DuPont fro fibres made from aromatic polyamides.
Used in cut-proof and heat-proof gloves. Low resistance to UV.
Spandex (Lycra, Elastane) Synthetic Fibre with excellent stability and durability.
Gloves maintain their shape, are lightweight and stay resilient.

The type of knit is defined by the gauge number. The gauge is the number of stitches per inch(2.54cm)

- 7 gauge (coarse knit)    - 10 gauge (medium knit)    - 13 gauge(fine knit)    - 15 gauge(finest knit) -

Coating Material

Textile gloves are stretched over moulds and dipped in Latex, Nitrile or Polyurethane baths.
The glove's properties are largely determined by the quality of the coating.

Coating Characteristic
Latex Natural rubber, offering excellent grip and anti-slip properties, and is very elastic between around -20℃ and 150℃. Not resistant to oils and grease.
Nitrile(NBR) Synthetic material, almost as elastic as latex, but more resistant and presents no risk of allergies. Temperature range from -4℃ to 150℃.
PU(Polyurethane) Synthetic material that can be soft and elastic, depending on its blend, and offers excellent resistance to tearing.

EN Standards for Safety Gloves

Pictograms representing hazards or applications to the European standards

Protection against mechanical risks EN388

Test Item Performance Level
0## 1 2 3 4 5

Abrasion Resistance(NF EN 388:2004 §6.1)

Number of Cycles(minimum)
< 100 100 500 2000 8000 ---

Blade Cut Resistance(NF EN 388:2004 §6.2)

Index (I) (minimum)
< 1.2 1.2 2.5 5.0 10.0 20.0

Tear Resistance(NF EN 388:2004 §6.3)

Force (N) (minimum)
< 10 10 25 50 75 ---

Puncture Resistance(NF EN 388:2004 §6.4)

Force (N) (minimum)
< 20 20 60 100 150 ---

##Preformance level 0 means the glove falls below the minimum performance level for the given individual hazard.