Hand Protection!

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Over here at Cope Africa we have stated from time to time that our main focus is Safety. Not just any safety but safety that is of high calibre.

We believe that at one point in the universe Earthlings thought safety to be common sense but then they realized that it simply isn’t, if it was then we wouldn’t have safety training programs, safety trainers or safety legislations, we would simply just fall into the line of safety without thought or question, it would simply be one of mother nature’s best gift given to us. But we don’t and so we have to think of safety whenever we are about to do something that might or will leave us with a scar or two.

So safety should be at the heart of every human being in existence.

With that being said, we’d like to introduce you to our wide range of hand protection products, in other words, Safety Gloves.

First of all let’s talk about the hands, what do you know about your hands? What have you come to notice about them?
Apart from the internal organs and eyes the hands are pretty much one of the most used organs on the body, ever thought about it? From birth your hands have always been there moving in any direction because they can’t stay still.

“As babies, we use our hands to explore the world, first bringing new objects to the mouth and later developing hand-eye co-ordination to grasp what we want. When feeding, babies often claw or stroke whatever they can reach, whether their mother’s breast, a feeding bottle or clothing. Gradually, the child may fix this clutching motion on a particular rag or cuddly toy – the “transitional object”, in child development terms – and this transference to an object that is “neither her nor me” assists the emotional separation from the mother or primary carer.
So, Leader argues, as adults we feel impelled to keep restless fingers busy by tapping a mobile phone or fondling a string of worry beads.”- Darian Leader.

But away from that, let’s get back to what we really came here for.

Hand Protection!

Our innovative, high-performance hand protection products are designed to provide optimum protection for workers who are exposed to hazards such as: skin absorption of harmful substances, severe cuts or lacerations, severe abrasions, punctures, chemical burns, thermal burns and harmful temperature extremes that’s why we put a “Safety Always” tag on the hands of our customers because if the hands were to not exist on the human body work wouldn’t be done accordingly, i don’t think anything could be done.
Hands play a major role in our daily lives that’s why we have decided to offer you protection for the your hands.

Below is a list of gloves in stock. Enjoy.

Latex Gloves.

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Latex gloves are natural material, made out of rubber.  They are a popular choice of protective glove for medical or industrial use.

Features:

  • Fit like a second skin
  • Have a high level of touch sensitivity
  • Are good for wearing for an extended amount of time
  • Work well for high-risk situations involving infectious material
  • Are cost-effective
  • Are lightly powdered, making it easier to put on
  • Are very elastic and strong
  • Are biodegradable

Split Leather Gloves.

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Although “split-leather” is the term that you’ll most likely hear being tossed back and forth between members of the glove industry, there’s another layman’s term for it: Suede.

This here is Split Leather with Cotton Back.

Features:

  • Industrial and commercial use
  • Leather fingertips
  • Durable hand protection
  • 2-1/2 in. safety cuff for extra wrist protection
  • Breathable cotton backing
  • One size fits all

Cut Resistant Gloves.

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This is pretty much self-explanatory.

But just incase.

Features:

  • Seamless 13 gauge high-density HPPE fiber liner provides cool comfort and good cut resistance
  • High-density polyethylene fiber is 10 times stronger than steel and 40% stronger than Aramid fibers
  • PU palm coating offers outstanding tactility and dexterity with superior resistance to abrasion and tear

Water/Chemical Resistant PVC Gloves.

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These PVC gloves are coated over a two piece cotton interlock liner. PVC has good resistance to aqueous solutions, detergents, oils, acids and bases. PVC also has good abrasion resistance.

Application:

  • Chemical handling
  • Construction
  • Handling oils, acids and caustics
  • Petro-Chemical
  • General Maintenance
  • Agriculture

Kevlar®

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Gloves made of DuPont™ Kevlar® string knit fibers are used for general purpose work applications to provide cut and abrasion resistance, using high performance yarns, to further protect the hands when working with sharp objects. Various material weights provide longer durability or additional dexterity where needed.

Features:

  • 7 gauge 100% Dupont(TM) Kevlar® Fibers
  • PVC dots on 2 sides
  • Heavy weight
  • CPPT Level 3

Application:

  • Manufacturing
  • Food service
  • Glass handling
  • HVAC
  • Warehousing

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-by Victor.

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