Features and use cases
Color · Yellow
Grip Type · Flexible
Glove Style · Multi Purpose
Liner Material · Cotton
Size · Droppe Sizes
Material · Cotton, Aramid
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Standards and labels
EN 407:2004 is a European standard that specifies the safety requirements for protective gloves for thermal risks. It sets rules for the design, construction, and testing of gloves that protect users from heat and fire. Testing includes measurements of contact heat, convective heat, radiant heat, small splashes of molten metal and flame resistance. The standard also includes requirements for labeling and instructions for use. This standard is an updated version of EN 407:1994 and it's intended to protect the users against thermal risks, such as heat and flame, and to help them to choose a suitable glove for their specific application.
EN 13997:1999 is a European standard for fire dampers. Fire dampers are devices that are installed in buildings to stop the spread of fire and smoke. The standard tells how these devices should be designed, installed, and checked to make sure they work well. It also tells how well the devices should work during a fire, like how long they can stop fire and smoke from spreading. Test results show if the fire dampers meet the requirements of the standard and work as they should during a fire.
EN 388:2016+A1:2018 is a European standard that defines the requirements and test methods for safety gloves used in general mechanical risks. The standard specifies the requirements for the resistance against abrasion, cut, tear, puncture, and impact. Test results for EN 388:2016+A1:2018 include measurements of abrasion resistance, cut resistance, tear resistance, puncture resistance, and impact resistance. The standard is intended to ensure that safety gloves used in general mechanical risks provide adequate protection for the user.
Food safe refers to the safety of food products that are used or consumed by people. In Europe, food safety is regulated by the European Union (EU) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). These organizations set standards and requirements for food products to ensure they are safe to eat. To be considered "food safe" in Europe, a product must meet these standards and be free of harmful substances. This includes being free of harmful bacteria, pesticides, and other contaminants. Food products that do not meet these standards cannot be sold or used in the EU.
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Coval S1TK Aramid heat resistant gloves
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