Wells Lamont Industrial, Niles, Ill, has enhanced its portfolio of sterile cut-resistant gloves with the addition of the Scepter M321. The gloves feature ANSI level 4 cut protection, providing high-quality cut resistance without compromising tactile sensitivity.

“We work with the best engineered glove technologies available in today’s market to create a solid sterile glove offering,” says Kim O’Leary, the company’s director of marketing. “From pathologists to general surgeons and pharmaceutical manufacturing, our sterile gloves provide users superior comfort, protection, and durability.”

The Wells Lamont line of glove products also includes the Spec-Tec M102 and Spec-Tec Stretch M104. Users have the option to wear the gloves alone or with a disposable glove to reduce the likelihood of a laceration. The gloves can be reused 10 to 15 times. Also available in non-sterile packaging, Scepter and Spec-Tec gloves are made in Philadelphia, Miss, in accordance with the ISO 9001:2000 quality system standard.

“Our sterile cut-resistant gloves are manufactured to last and be reused,” says O’Leary. “Whether in hospitals or cleanroom environments, our gloves stand up to test.”

For additional information, contact Wells Lamont Industrial via [email protected].