Metal industry : Protective gloves
Cut-resistant or thick leather gloves can be used to handle large metal parts. However, they provide little or no protection against sharp points. Those with a partial or complete rubber lining provide impermeability and a better grip, which reduces fatigue and increases the precision and thus the safety of handling operations. When handling small dry parts, wearing thin textile gloves with reinforced fingertips will protect your hands against dirt and minor lacerations, while also preventing the corrosion of parts caused by perspiration.