RhinoYarn® Technology

RhinoYarn® is our manufacturing process, but it’s also much more than that. It’s the combination of many strands. Each as integral and essential as the rest and together, they make us incredibly strong.
They’re all part of a story we’re very proud of, and one we’re still writing…

Discover Rhino Yarn

RhinoYarn® Cut Resistant Technology

Deep dive beneath the surface of some of our primary yarn compositions used to deliver extreme levels of cut resistance. Learn about some of the typical materials used and how we combine them to achieve maximum performance, comfort, and dexterity.

The Cut Resistance Specialists

Whenever you see the RhinoYarn®️ mark it means a product has been made using our own yarn technology.

RhinoYarn®️ technology is an engineered yarn process that combines various technical fibres and materials. Such materials can be used on their own, but when blended together to create a composite yarn, they can achieve significantly higher levels of cut protection, without compromising on comfort or dexterity.

Each component is carefully selected to engineer a product that delivers the desired mechanical performance in the most efficient and value driven structure possible.

We’ve built a reputation as innovative cut resistance specialists, with a comprehensive range of cut resistant hand and arm protective products for use in a variety of industrial sectors.

Wherever people work in people work in high hazard environments, wherever there are cut and puncture hazards, sharps or needles, our products are at the front line, helping them do their jobs safely and efficiently.

Determined to stay in complete control we created our own purpose-built independent Research and Development laboratory. Having a facility like this on site equips us to be ready for the future.
It means we can try out new ideas and fresh combinations of materials, whilst maintaining stringent due diligence and quality control.

We’ve always been driven to innovate. Pushing the boundaries of what’s possible, to go finer and lighter. To find the optimum balance between comfort and high cut resistance.

Read our latest blog on some of the primary methods we use to deliver high level cut resistance.