Back: Polyester/ polyurethane knit.
Back reinforcement: PVC.
Construction / Civil Engineering
Second Work / Craftman
Services / Logistics
Oil / Gas
Double layer of polyamide/ polyurethane on palm with non-slip PVC dots
Longer life due to its very good abrasion resistance
Good grip of handled objects
Increased protection from impacts and pinches
Reinforcement between the thumb and index finger and on the palm.
Available only with header card
Protection of the metacarpal area against low energy shocks <2J
8 cm cuff in neoprene
Good glove retention for high security
Reduced discomfort at the wrist, during prolonged use
Easy visual identification at the workstation
REGULATION (EU) 2016/425
EN420:2003+A1:2009 General requirements
|3||Dexterity (from 1 to 5)|
• Conform to harmlessness (pH, chrome VI levels, etc…).
• Conform to the size charts (see chart on below).
• Pass the dexterity test.
• Conform to the labelling, information and identification instructions.
Each protective glove is clearly identified by a standardized label containing the following elements:
– Our brand logo.
– The product reference or the trade name.
– The size.
– An information tag indicating that instructions on the product are available.
– The standardization pictogram(s) with their performance ratings.
EN388:2016 Protective gloves against mechanical Risks (Levels obtained on the palm)
|3||Resistance to abrasion (from 1 to 4)|
|2||Resistance to cutting (from 1 to 5)|
|3||Resistance to tear (from 1 to 4)|
|3||Resistance to puncture (1 to 4)|
|B||Resistance to cutting by sharp objects (TDM EN ISO 13997) (from A to F)|
|P||Protection against impact in metacarpal area (P) (EN13594:2002 6.8.2)|
Impact resistance on the metacarpal area: if this performance is claimed, the “P” mark appears.
Cut by blade, 2 test methods:
EN388 6.2.: For low to middle risks of cutting. A circular blade on which a constant force of 5 N is applied, moves back and forth until the sample is cut. It measures the number of completed cycles and is credited with the corresponding level.
EN ISO 13997: For materials that blunt the blade during the EN388 6.2 test and/ or are particularly resistant, for high risk of cutting. A straight blade makes a single movement of 20 mm with a force of 2N, the test is repeated with a different force as many times as necessary until the sample is cut. A level corresponding to the force required to cut the sample is assigned. This method better represents the usage
situations that present a high risk of cutting.
ANSI-ISEA 105:2016 Hand protection
|A2||Resistance to cutting by sharp objects (from A1 to A9)|
Necessary weight for a straight blade to cut the sample in a single movement.