MCR Safety's Hazard Assessment - 360° Protection Program
MCR Safety has over forty years of experience as a leader in the field of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
We have dedicated safety professionals committed to engaging at industrial workplaces to demonstrate our products, provide training, and extend our 360° Protection Program.
Also, now with a completely VIRTUAL option! Our dedicated safety professionals are committed to using our 5 step hazard assessment program in a virtual manner to reduce injuries, provide greater protection, and improve overall productivity.
Vending Packaged, Red Brick®, 2-ply, Heavy Loop-in Terry, 2-side Nitrile Blocks
Most terry cloth is made with cotton because the absorbent fiber gets stronger when wet and it can be sanitized in very hot water using strong bleach and detergent without harm. Terry cloth is usually made with looped pile because the loops act like very small sponges. Looped pile is also better able to withstand the strain of rubbing, pulling twisting and tugging by the user. Loosely twisted loops are softer and more absorbent than tightly twisted loops, which produce a rougher fabric. Long pile is more absorbent than short pile. The Red Brick features 2-ply cotton loop-in terry cloth with nitrile blocks on both sides. (Non-Vending packaged item - 9460K).
Sanitized with ActiFresh® to prevent odors and eliminates bacteria caused by perspiration
ANSI Contact Heat
For applications less than 608 degrees Fahrenheit.
ANSI/ISEA 105:2016 Standard, ASTM F1060 - 18 Standard Test Method for Evaluation of Conductive and Compressive Heat Resistance. Conductive heat ratings measure the highest contact temperature for which the time to second-degree burn is at least 15 seconds and the alarm time is at least four seconds.
- ANSI Cut Level A3
- ANSI/ISEA 105:2016 Standard
- ASTM F2992-15 Cut Resistance Test Method
THIS PRODUCT IS CUT RESISTANT, NOT CUT PROOF. DO NOT USE WITH OR AROUND MOVING EQUIPMENT, TOOLS OR MATERIAL.
ANSI/ISEA 105 2016
ASTM F1790 – 05 vs. ASTM F2992 – 15 Test Method for Cut Resistance