Knitted working gloves are labor protection gloves. They are the oldest kind of gloves known to people. They are the first layer of cowhide, goatskin, pigskin and sheepskin. The gloves are made of these leathers and are not easily damaged. The long service life and fine processing make leather gloves comfortable to wear and accurate grasping objects. In addition, leather gloves also have the advantages of better heat resistance and insulation properties.
Material classification and functions of knitted work gloves: the first layer of leather, the outermost layer of the leather, is taken from the skin of the leather. This leather does not require any mechanical processing and trimming. The advantages of the first layer gloves are dexterous, comfortable and precise in gripping performance.
Two-layer leather, the inner layer of the leather is obtained by cutting or removing the outer layer of the leather. The advantages of two-layer leather gloves: wear-resistant, suitable for heavy physical labor.
Blending process: plant raw material blending method (natural blending raw materials extracted from plants), mineral raw material blending method (initially chlorine salt is used, so it is called chlorine blending method), mixed blending method (plant raw materials Chlorinated salt mixed blending) Through blending, the raw leather becomes a semi-finished leather after blending, making its chemical properties stable and not perishable, and preparing for further subsequent processing.
We should choose the gloves that suit us according to the size of our hands: we cannot choose too small gloves, because if we choose gloves that are smaller than our hands, we will feel that our hands are very tight when we wear them. It is also not conducive to the circulation of blood in our hands; but we cannot choose a glove that is too large. If the glove is too large, we will feel quite inflexible when working, and the glove will easily fall from the hand.
When working with knitted working gloves, put the cuffs of your clothes into your mouth to prevent accidents. After use, the internal and external dirt should be scrubbed clean. After it is dry, sprinkle with talcum powder and place it flat to prevent damage. Do not place it on the ground. During transportation and storage, it should not be in contact with oleic acid, alkali or other corrosive substances, and should be stored in a dry and ventilated warehouse of -15 to 30 degrees and a relative humidity of 50 to 80% outside the heat source 1M. The withstand voltage performance must be retested every 6 months.