Steel mesh cut resistance is a measure of the level of protection that a steel mesh glove provides against cuts and lacerations. Steel mesh gloves are designed to protect the hands from cuts and punctures, and the level of protection depends on the thickness and construction of the steel mesh.
Steel mesh cut resistance is typically measured using the ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 standard, which rates gloves on a scale of A1 to A9, with A9 being the highest level of cut resistance. The rating is based on the amount of force required to cut through the glove material with a standardized blade.
Steel mesh gloves provide excellent protection against cuts and punctures, making them ideal for use in industries such as meat processing, food service, and metalworking. They are also highly durable and resistant to wear and tear, providing long-lasting protection.