G-Tek® PolyKor® AR Seamless Knit PolyKor®/Aramid Blend Glove with Neoprene Microsurface Grip on Palm & Fingers


Ideal for use in utilities, oil and gas, mining, machinery and equipment, automotive and automotive aftermarket.

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  • Seamless knit construction provides comfort without sacrificing dexterity
  • PolyKor® blended shell with Aramid PolyKor® is lightweight and provides excellent dexterity, tactile sensitivity, and cut resistance while providing protection in heat resistant applications, where sparks and heat are present
  • Microsurface Neoprene coating provides a secure grip in dry, wet and oily conditions, infused with thousands of tiny suction cup pockets that create a vacuum effect that dispenses fluids away on contact
  • ARC Rating: ATPV 13 cal/cm2
  • Knit Wrist helps prevent dirt and debris from entering the glove
  • Color coded hems for easy size identification
  • EN 407 tested Limited Flame Spread Level 4
  • ASTM F1060-08 tested Contact Heat Resistance Level 2


Test Method: ASTM F2992-15

New edition ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 outlines a new test method for determining cut scores and a revised scale from A1-A9. Click here for more information about the new testing standard.


Test Method: ASTM D3389-10

The ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 standard outlines test methods for abrasion and is scored from 0-6. The ASTM D3389-10 test is used for coated gloves and the end point (failure) is the number of abrasion cycles it takes for the coating to wear through. The larger numbers of cycles indicates greater abrasion resistance of the product and a higher ANSI Abrasion Level.


Test Method: ASTM F1060-18Temperature: 176°F

The ANSI/ISEA 105-2016 standard outlines test methods for contact heat and scored from 0-5. The ASTM F1060-18 test is used to test conductive heat resistance against gloves and PPE. Measuring the highest contact temperature for which the time to second-degree burn is at least 15 seconds and the time to pain or alarm time is at least four seconds.


EN 388 2016 Results:

  • Abrasion: 3
  • Cut (Coupe Test): X
  • Tear: 4
  • Puncture: 2
  • Cut (TDM-100 Test): D
  • Impact Protection: X

EN 388 is a European Standard. Cut Level is determined by the number of cycles it takes a spinning circular blade, that is pulled across the material under a constant weight of 500 grams, to cut the fabric. As the number of cycles increase, so does the glove’s ratings. Click here for more information about the EN 388 2016 standard.


13 cal/cm2

The NFPA has identified the various FR hazardous risk category levels, which range from PPE 1 (which is low risk and requires AR clothing with a minimum arc rating of 4), up to PPE 4 (which is high risk and requires AR clothing with a minimum arc rating of 40). Each level, 1-4, is rated at a certain amount of flame resistance measured in cal/cm2.

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