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Cut Resistant A4/D Sleeve [SKD013-H4]

13 gauge nylon & spandex & HPPE & glass fiber knitted sleeve, thumb hole. Non-slip silicone on the cuff effectively prevent slipping. Cut resistant sleeve offer cut protection with ANSI cut resistance level A4 and ISO 13997 cut resistance level F.

Product Details

  • Material:13 gauge nylon & spandex & HPPE & glass fiber
  • MOQ:1200 pcs
  • Lead Time:30-90 days
  • Customization:Length, Color, Packing

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  • ANSI cut resistance level A4;ISO 13997 cut resistance level D
  • Nylon and spandex blend liner provides durability and comfort
  • HPPE and glass fiber greatly enhance cut, tear, and abrasion resistance
  • Non-slip silicone on the cuff effectively prevent slipping
  • Suitable for use in the aerospace, agriculture, automobile, construction, forestry, glass, warehouse, manufacturing, oil and steel industries
  • Customizable

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Why Cut Resistant sleeves?


Workplace safety necessitates the use of a cut-resistant sleeve. Hands are exposed to a variety of risks in the job. They may be trapped between chokepoints, revealed to sharpened items, subjected to continuous mechanical pressure, stumbles, falls, and injuries, and face a variety of line-of-fire risks. Hand injuries account for over 10% of emergency room visits and more than a 25percent of the total of all industrial accidents. These wounds, which are most typically caused by severe trauma or injury from a pointed item, can include cuts and bruises, contusions, cracks, infections, and more. Luckily, you don't have to leave your hands unprotected and vulnerable to such wounds. NMsafety has produced a line of versatile cut-resistant sleeves for several risk acceptance tasks in order to safeguard you.




Cut-resistant sleeves are not used to guard against powerful cutters (saws, drills, mills, etc). Sleeves offer limited protection against punctures. Some procedures necessitate precision that can't be done with sleeves certified for the amount of protection needed. If a sleeve gets caught in machine components while working near industrial machinery, it can cause catastrophic damage.



Following are some of the recommendations for you.

  • Provide workers with alternate sleeves with adequate degrees of safety for their professional responsibilities if they have health or safety concerns about the cut-resistant sleeves.
  • Provide construction workers with alternate gloves that provide enough safety for their jobs, especially lighter, more lasting sleeves with improved gripping and wider cuffs.


Cost of cut-resistant sleeves:


Sleeve prices vary depending on the material, thickness, glove design, and manufacturer. Sleeve durability is determined not just by the task being done, but also by how safety sleeves are cared for. Here's how to keep sleeve costs down and your total cost of ownership for the high-quality sleeve to a minimum.


Steps to Extend the Service Life of Your Cut Resistant A4/D Sleeve:


Do you want to extend the life of your cut-resistant sleeves? Following are some steps to extend the service life of your cut-resistant A4/D sleeve.


Choose gloves wisely:


The robustness of sleeves determines how long they will last. Hand protection has traits like proper cut, shred, and damage tolerance, and people don't frequently buy new sleeves to save their costs. That's why it's critical to consider the factors that enhance sleeves' durability.

Shear strength is a good quality in sleeves that endure a long time. For example, cut-resistant sleeves ought to be able to endure force and injury from pointy steel. Cut-resistant sleeves' sturdiness is also improved thanks to new coatings and fabrication methods of NMsafety. Sleeves last longer due to strong needlework, designed yarns, polymers, and special treatments. The CoreShieldTM cut-protective range has a unique coating that ensures no major changes in performance or size after five washing cycles.


Furthermore, choosing comfortable sleeves will ensure that workers stay productive and don't throw away their gloves. The lining material has an impact on wearer comfort. Therefore, choose hypoallergenic, soft, and moisture-wicking sleeves like NMsafety offers. Dark-coloured cut-resistant sleeves can also be worn for longer periods of time because it does not appear soiled.


Wash Cut Resistant A4/D Sleeve as per instructions:


Sleeves are difficult to keep clean. It is necessary to wash both the surface and the inside of the sleeves. Wash and clean the cut-resistant sleeves as per the manufacturer's guidelines.


  • Use a moderate cleanser or washing solution.
  • Using chemicals can destroy the quality of sleeves and their appearance.
  • Do not surpass 30°C (86°F) when washing for 45 minutes in cold water.
  • If the dirtying and grease are really thick, continue the wash.
  • Machine dry for 30 minutes at 60 degrees Celsius (140 degrees Fahrenheit).
  • We do not suggest you bleach.
  • Attempt to avoid pressure.
  • Avoid using dry cleaning solutions.

People may don't wash in order to maintain the quality of the sleeves and keep it consistent. However, choosing a glove type will help you save money. Substances are submerged in a specific chemical to check resistance properties, and the material that lasts the longest is chosen.


Set up a glove laundering program:


When sleeves may be washed and recycled are frequently discarded. You can reduce the expense per wash by thoroughly cleaning and recycling one or even more times. The cost of the anti-cut sleeves determine the price, the number of time you can reuse them, and the cost of decontamination. The decontamination technique should be less expensive than replacing the sleeves totally in order to be cost-effective. Whether you choose an in-house program or outsource your PPE laundering to a competent PPE laundering service, you can save money.


Store gloves properly:


If you store cut-resistant sleeves sufficiently, they have a longer service life. Don't forget to store gloves safely and appropriately to keep them in top condition for as long as possible. To eliminate wrinkles and folds that could cause ozone cracking, NMsafety recommends keeping insulated rubber anti-cut sleeves separately in a storage bag. But, more crucially, improperly cut-resistant sleeves or folding sleeves can raise the danger of major injuries. Store the Cut Resistant A4/D Sleeve in its original package or in a storage bag in general. In any case, they should be stored in a cool, dry location away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Also, stay away from the chemicals.




NMsafety manufactures arm sleeves that help employees from a wide range of risks in the workplace. NMsafety protection arm sleeves range from anti-cute sleeves resistant to contaminant, heat, and many other types, allowing you to satisfy regulatory requirements as well as the objectives of your employees. NMsafety, a leader in safety equipment innovation, uses new materials and technology to create safe arm sleeves that are high-quality and long-lasting, maintaining hands and arms safe and productive.