2009

Crush/Cut-Resistant Safety Glove

A company seeks existing materials that can be utilized in applications for a safety glove. This material must be cutresistant, flexible, and withstand oily, wet, muddy conditions. The material covering the top of the hand and fingers must be extremely flexible and designed to protect the hand and digits from being crushed by dispersing the area of impact from the initial blow. The mold for the top area of the hand must have emphasis on complete coverage without hindering normal movement.

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