Microlin Cooper

Which materials best fit your need?



Cheap material
Water resistant
Resistant against some chemicals
× Some users fnd PVC uncomfortable afer long periods
× Does not offer good grip

Very good resistance against oil
Cheap and durable
Nitrile Foam offers additional grip
Offers some puncture resistance
× Can be uncomfortable over long work shifs

Excellent water resistance
Latex foam offers ultimate grip in wet conditions
Cheap and durable
× Direct contact with latex can cause hand allergies

Polyurethane (PU)
Tin, to offer greater dexterity than other coatings
Relatively breathable in comparison
Tough and flexible
× Porous, liquids will penetrate through
× Not ideal for abrasion



High performance polyethylene is flexible, light and durable.
As resistant to cutting as a para-aramid but with more resistance to abrasion.
Excellent tear resistance
Comfortable and flexible
× Higher in cost in comparison to some other cut resistant fibres

Very Good cut resistance
Offers some heat resistance
Can be used as thread to strengthen the seams of a glove and increase the lifespan
× Not as flexible as other cut resistant fbres
× Expensive

Polyester and Nylon
Good for flexibility and elasticity
Man made fibre, so costs less likely to fluctuate
× Limited to general usage gloves only

Good for cold and heat resistance
Good for sweat absorbtion
Natural fbre
× Needs to be mixed with another material to increase elasticity