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These ANSI/ISEA A2 cut-level knit gloves have a palm-dip polyurethane coating, are breathable, and provide good dexterity and grip in dry and light oily conditions. They are less abrasion- and oil-resistant than nitrile-coated gloves. The palm-dip coating protects the palm-side of the hand from abrasion and leaves the back-side of the hand uncoated for breathability. ANSI/ISEA A2 cut-level gloves protect hands from light cut hazards such as those found in assembly-line production or when handling plastic and other light raw materials.Knit cut-resistant gloves protect workers’ hands from cuts, abrasions, lacerations, and punctures. Knit gloves are made of spun yarns and cut-resistant materials, making them breathable and formfitting. ANSI/ISEA cut levels indicate the level of protection provided by the gloves, as determined by the amount of force required for a sharp blade to penetrate the glove. Lower cut levels have a lower level of protection than higher levels, but generally allow better dexterity. Cut-resistant gloves are used wherever workers encounter sharp items, such as when installing ductwork, and handling heavy plate glass, carboard, and cut and stamped metal.