The Original All-Steel Metal Mesh Glove

Our flagship product is the Niroflex2000® – The Original, All Steel, Metal Mesh Glove.
And the only first mesh gloves on the USDA Accepted Equipment List.

The Niroflex2000 series is a showcase of our commitment to innovation and excellence in safety gear. These gloves are engineered for exceptional cut resistance, offering unparalleled protection in food processing environments. Their ergonomic design ensures comfort and flexibility, making them ideal for extended use.

Niroflex2000 metal mesh cutting gloves feature a uniquely innovative secure, stainless steel closure for hygienic, safe, and easy cleaning.

GU 2500
GU 2504

The unique 4:1 ring construction, meaning that each ring is connected to least four adjacent rings of Niroflex2000 gloves minimize gaps where knife points can penetrate and ensures that the seams are as strong, safe, and secure as any other part of the glove. This design feature is crucial in preventing injuries and maintaining the integrity of the glove over time.

Niroflex2000 gloves are also designed for ultimate hygiene. With no fabric straps, buckles, studs, rubber bands, or springs, these gloves clean quickly and easily without contamination risk. They are resistant to cleaning chemicals, steam cleaning, and wide temperature ranges, making them a durable and cost-effective solution.

Metal detectable, color-coded (by size) numerical data matrix tags are standard on all Niroflex2000 gloves. These tags help companies keep track of their mesh gloves, a valuable asset for HACCP compliance and efficient inventory management.

CAUTION: Niroflex2000 gloves have been designed and manufactured to provide limited protection from knife cuts and similar hazards. They may not withstand the force of power-driven blades, saws, and tools; avoid this hazard.

  • Size Range: XXS-XXL
  • Material: Stainless steel AISI 304L
  • Ring diameter: 4.2 mm
  • Wire gauge: 0.55 mm
  • Closing system: Proprietary clip closure
  • ANSI/ISEA-105 Cut Level: N/A*
  • Standards:
    • Approved in accordance with DIN EN 1082-1 / ISO 13999-1
    • USDA Accepted Equipment List

* ANSI/ISEA cut levels are determined using a TDM (Tomodynamometer) cut test machine. TDM equipment pulls a blade across a material surface under varied weights, measuring the weight needed to cut through. Watch here. “Cut through” is determined using a low level electrical current. Due to the conductive properties of Niroflex stainless steel, a TDM machine cannot be used and an ANSI/ISEA 105 cut level score cannot be determined.

If any metal mesh glove manufacturer tells you have that they have a Cut Level on their gloves, ask them for a copy of the test!



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