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  • ASTM F1790 cut scores can be found HERE
  • DuPont Kevlar® brand fiber provides high tensile strength relative to its weight - up to five times stronger than steel
  • Kevlar® yarn is designed to be cut resistant
  • Kevlar® will not melt, ignite, or conduct electricity
  • Seamless knit construction protects hands without sacrificing comfort or dexterity
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  • What is Kevlar® ?

    Kevlar® is an organic fiber in the aromatic polymide (Aramid) family. The chemical structure of para-aramid distinguishes them from other commercial man-made and natural fibers and gives Kevlar® its unique properties. It has high strength, high modulus (stiffness), toughness, and thermal stability. In addition, it is resistant to many of the chemicals and solvents encountered in today's industrial environment. This combination of properties makes it an exceptional fiber for use in tire reinforcement, ballistics applications, ropes and cables, and in protective apparel where high strength, and thermal, puncture, and cut resistance are required. Its value for use in gloves has been demonstrated repeatedly in many industrial applications.
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    Used in the automotive industry, light heat applications, glass operations, and metal stamping Used in the automotive industry, light heat applications, glass operations, and metal stamping