TERACUT GRAPHINUS™ is our next generation cut protection yarn developed with graphene material.

Instead of weaving graphene onto fibers, we are spinng them into fibers. This means that our products are long-lasting, virtually unaffected by washing, and generally last the life cycle of the yarn.

Pure GRAPHINUS™ and Jointed GRAPHINUS™ are gloves that promise unparalleled safety, even in the most demanding industrial environments. Crafted meticulously to serve the European and American markets, these brand new gloves are more than just protective wear. They represent a fusion of cutting-edge technology and innovative design.

The products’ exceptional feature is their ability to cover both European cut resistance, ranging from A to F grade and the American standard grades from A1 to A9. Whether one opts for the ultra-thin 21 gauge knitting or the 13 gauge conventional thickness, the gloves stand strong against hazards.

A prominent feature that sets the TERACUT GRAPHINUS™ apart from its competitors is its remarkable resilience. Even when faced with a sharp slash from an industrial cut or knife, the gloves showcase minimal surface damage. This resistance not only ensures the longevity of the product but also serves as a shield, safeguarding the user from potential injuries.

  • Cutting-Edge Cut Resistance
    Experience superior cut resistance, ensuring safety in even the most demanding environments.
  • Unmatched Physical Properties
    GRAPHINUS™ stands out with qualities stronger than UHMWPE, HPPE, superior specific surface area and remarkable flexibility.
  • Incorporated, Not Woven
    Unlike traditional methods of weaving graphene onto fibers, we’ve achieved a breakthrough by spinning graphene into fibers, ensuring long-lasting performance, resistance to washing, and a lifespan that matches the yarn itself.
  • Improved Creep Resistance
    Our advanced formulation allows for enhanced creep resistance, ensuring long-term performance.
  • Safety First
    The inclusion of a specialized coupling agent in our formulation ensures safety by preventing direct contact with the human body, eliminating toxic side effects.
  • Environmental Solutions
    In a world facing environmental challenges, GRAPHINUS™ is a revolutionary material poised to offer solutions for the future.

TERACUT® is a premium brand developed and registered by Gloveway® for high quality cut resistant gloves. ASTM ANSI cut level of its gloves ranges from A2 to A9 by 18 gauge, 15 gauge, 13 gauge knitting with superb blending innovative yarn.

Excellent cut resistance proven by EN388 2016/425 and ANSI standard reduces minor injuries in the workplace through durability and abrasion resistance. TERACUT® gloves are comfortable to wear due to the thin material, and they are 30% cooler than the traditional cut resistance products. You can comfortably wear our gloves for longer periods of time.

Gloveway is developing the best primary technology to protect hands from injuries, and to enhance cut resistance performance comparing to existing HPPE/Glassfiber yarn products. Our brand is constantly a leading brand to produce cost effective higher cut resistant products.

TERACUT® products are comprised with a variety of product lines, such as SUPREMAX FOAM NITRILE line, PREMIUM PU line, TERACUT® FOOD GLOVES and etc.

  • EN ISO 13997 TDM CUT LEVEL B ~ F
  • Excellent comfort & durability
  • 30% better cooling
  • Efficient price & competitive cost

TEKORA® technology developed by Major Glove provides highest strength abrasion and nice cut resistance with gloves. It is also more flexible and comfortable and has superior abrasion & cut levels than other man-made fibers. These gloves are durable, washable and reusable.

HPPE(high performance polyethylene) is the world’s strongest fiber (15times stronger than quality steel and up to 40% stronger than aramid fiber, both on height for weight basis). HPPE yarn is much thinner and more flexible than traditional materials such as leather and cotton while offering higher protection. It is also more durable and has superior abrasion & cut resistant levels than other man-made fibers. HPPE yarn is Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE).

Kevlar is the registered trademark for a para-aramid synthetic fiber, related to other aramids such as Nomex and Technora. Developed at DuPont in 1965, this high strength material was first commercially used in the early 1970s as a replacement for steel in racing tires. Typically it is spun into ropes or fabric sheets that can be used as such or as an ingredient in composite material components. Currently, Kevlar has many applications, ranging from bicycle tires and racing sails to body armor because of its high tensile strength-to-weight ratio is 5 times stronger than steel on an equal weight basis. When used as a woven material, it is suitable for mooring lines and other underwater applications.
A similar fiber called Twaron with roughly the same chemical structure was developed by Akzo in the 1970s; commercial production started in 1986, and Twaron is now manufactured by Teijin.

Kenima WARM® gives great warmth and comfort. It is the lightweight fabric that provides excellent performance. Because it’s fabric made with Kenima® engineered hollow-core fibres that trap air for greater insulation. Plus, wearers stay drier because it dries 25% faster than other insulating fabrics and 45% faster than cotton. Kenima WARM® is the perfect layering fabric because it’s comfortable and lightweight, allowing more flexible movement.
Soft Kenima WARM® has an extreme soft skin touch feeling and warm. The larger surface of fibers area allows for faster evaporation by speeding moisture away from the skin to the surface of the fabric where it can evaporate more quickly.

Nylon is a synthetic fabric made from petroleum products. It was developed in the 1930’s as an alternative to silk, although it quickly became unavailable to civilian consumers, because nylon was used extensively during the war. Nylon, like many synthetics, was developed by Wallace Carothers at the Dupont Chemical company, which continues to manufacture it today. Nylon is valued for its light weight, incredible tensile strength, durability, and resistance to damage. It also takes dye easily, making nylon fabrics available in a wide array of colors for consumers.

Polyester is a manufactured product, usually a textile, that is made from synthesized polymers. It tends to be very resilient, quick drying, resistant to biological damage such as mold and mildew, easy to wash and able to hold forms well. Although polyester is often maligned as a textile, it has many useful applications. It is, however, highly flammable, so care should be taken when wearing it. Many synthetic fabrics are subject to flammability because they are made from polymers.
This substance is made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET), the same material that is used to make plastic drink bottles. Many drink bottles are recycled by being reheated and turned into polyester fibers, which, in addition to being an efficient use, also helps keep polymers out of landfills. Polyester is a plastic that was invented in Britain in the early 1940s. In the 1950s, it became popular as a textile because of its easy care, its drape and its versatility.

Cut resistance Abrasion resistance Dexterity Comfortability Thermal protection
TEKORA® Excellent Excellent Good Good
HPPE Good Good Very Good Very Good
Kevlar® Good Good Very Good Very Good
KenimaWarm® o o Very Good Excellent Very Good
Nylon o o Excellent Excellent