Memphis Gloves

Memphis Gloves a Definition in Safety

When you need to protect your hands, look no further than Memphis Gloves. As a company under MCR Safety, they are one of the leading manufacturers of gloves. From leather, multi-tasking, ninja, disposable, supported/unsupported, cotton and string knit. Explore a variety of colors and sizes to find a perfect match for any type of work or environment. No job is too big or small, especially when you have the right tools. Let’s go through the different types of gloves that Memphis carries.

Memphis Gloves : A Closer Look

First off, leather gloves can are for a wide variety of applications. Some common ones are landscaping, carpentry, construction, farming, or welding. This type of glove is going to have a rough or smooth feel, depending on the job at hand. The three types of ‘Memphis Gloves‘ are the leather palm, drivers, and the welding glove. A leather palm is generally used outdoors and sometimes padded for protection. The leather is great for grip. The quality of the glove will improve the protection level and the toughness. If trying to outfit for a company or a team, the option to get many of these gloves by the dozen is perfect. Driver gloves are for operating heavy machinery, such as a forklift or construction equipment. The last type of leather glove is the welding glove. Good for high heat and other welding applications.

Next up, are the Memphis multi-task gloves. Designed for high- performance or specific tasks. Applications consist of things like automotive assembly, material handling, mechanic work, and construction. Tons of levels of protection, with cut, puncture, tear and abrasion resistance. Scores for the protection were recently revised some gloves are subject to change. Styles can range because of what the glove might be for. Things like LED lights on a finger for working on cars. Or having a waterproof type of glove when working with pipes and plumbing.

Trust the Power of the Ninja

Memphis Ninja Gloves

Ninja gloves are one of the most popular brands of ‘Memphis gloves’. They have a good balance of dexterity, protection, and sense of touch. Plus, they are lightweight and comfortable so more work can get done. A top choice for work that requires nimble fingers but not giving up protection. They are string knit gloves that with a unique polymer shell, for example, latex. With the dipped shell, the wearer of the glove gains grip and protection. Again, we see many different levels of protections and styles for the Ninja gloves. No one glove can do everything. It’s all a matter of preference and what the task requires.

Cut resistant gloves are your best type when you need protection from cuts and abrasions. Fibers to repel sharp objects, such as Kevlar. Some applications are material handling, glass handling, restaurants, and bakeries. Some of the popular styles are going to be the Kevlar and Dyneema gloves, both have top cut resistances. There are also cut resistant sleeves if the arms need more protection than the hands. With or without thumb holes in the sleeves.

There are many choices for hand protection and work gloves. Memphis gloves by MCR manufacturers quality and durable gloves for a variety of uses. They are an industry leader and a popular brand with gloves that protect and help get the job done. Memphis disposable gloves come in different colors and styles. Disposable gloves are perfect for different professions and come in nitrile, latex or vinyl.

Food Handling & Medical Grade Gloves

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The Memphis Med-Tech glove is inherently antimicrobial and antibacterial. These gloves are powder free and comply with FDA food contact regulations. The benefits of using natural rubber gloves are that they are biodegradable and lessen the burden on landfills and the environment. The medical grade Med-Tech gloves contain natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions in some people. Gloves are available in sizes from small to XL.

Yet another type of the Memphis disposable gloves are chemical resistant and powder free. They are made from synthetic latex which will not cause allergic reactions. For those who work in a school cafeteria or a doctor’s office, the colorful Memphis NitriShield Color Fusion gloves add a pop of color to safety. The Color Fusion gloves are single use only and can work for industrial food service and medical grade needs.

If you are looking for gloves that are reusable and durable, the Memphis support and dipped gloves are a good choice. There are dozens of styles, colors, and sizes to choose from. The outside of the glove features a dipped polymer coating which adds extra support and protection. This helps protect against cuts, punctures, abrasions, chemicals, and solvents. Gloves are available in hi-vis colors and style names like FlexTuff, Ninja, Consolidator, Blue Grit, and UltraTech.

More Memphis Glove Styles

The gloves that bridge the gap between disposable gloves and polymer dipped gloves are known as unsupported gloves. This type of glove gives light chemical protection and a high level of dexterity. We have lined styles, and ones made from Neoprene, Nitrile, and other durable materials. Sizes range from small to 2X and are often sold by the dozen which helps save money and time on reordering supplies. Memphis unsupported gloves are ideal for food packaging, mild chemical protection, and paint manufacturing.

Hand protection does not always need to be industrial grade. Memphis cotton gloves protect your hands from abrasion and heat. They are useful in every household for a variety of everyday tasks. The cotton material provides excellent breathability. Double palm cotton and hi-vis colored gloves will work in some industrial applications. There are styles and sizes for both men and women. Also, Jersey gloves have PVC dots for added grip. They will work for general maintenance, construction, and gardening tasks. Most cotton gloves are easy to wear and cleaned for reuse.

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Finally, one of the most inexpensive and beneficial gloves is the Memphis String Knit glove. They are often sold by the dozen and have PVC dots for added grip. String knit gloves provide light hand protection and range from hi-vis to nitrile coated. Some styles of the Memphis string knit gloves are FDA accepted for food processing. This includes the Thermostat glove which is also machine washable. The standard grade string knit glove provides comfort and warmth and protection as well. The heavyweight cotton/polyester fabric comes in solid and multicolor styles. There are thousands of different MCR Memphis gloves available, we can help find the right one for you.