Features and use cases
Back Material · Goat leather
Palm Material · Goat leather
Material · Goat leather
Color · Brown, White
Support · Reinforced Safety Cuff
Cuff Style · Open
Thickness · 0 Filter
Size · Droppe Sizes
- Cut Resistant
- Heat & Flame Resistance
- Hand Protection
Standards and labels
EN 420:2003+A1:2009 is a European standard that sets out the general requirements for hand protection, including comfort, fit, and dexterity. Performance requirements include resistance to abrasion, cut, tear, puncture, and impact. Test results should show the gloves meet these requirements.
EN 388:2016 is a European standard for measuring the performance of protective gloves against mechanical risks (abrasion, cut, tear, and puncture). The standard includes test methods and performance requirements for gloves to be considered compliant. Test results are reported using a series of four numbers, each representing the performance level achieved in one of the tests.Puncture Resistance Level 1Abrasion Resistance Level 2Cut Resistance, Coup Test Level 1Cut Resistance, ISO 13997 Level XTear Resistance Level 2
EN 12477:2001, along with the amendment A1:2005, is a European standard that specifically addresses protective gloves for welders. The standard sets requirements and test methods for gloves designed to protect the hands and forearms from heat and splatter during welding operations. The amendment A1:2005 introduces updates and refinements to enhance the performance and reliability of the gloves, ensuring improved protection for welders. It may include additional requirements for factors such as dexterity, grip, and durability. Compliance with EN 12477:2001 and its amendment ensures that welders have appropriate gloves that meet the necessary safety standards.
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.Molten Metal Resistance Level 4Metal Splash Resistance Level 4Radiant Heat Level XHeat Convection Level 2Burning Behaviour Level 4Heat Contact Level 1
EN 1149-2:1997 is a standard for electrical arc protection for protective clothing. It establishes performance requirements for materials and garments used in protective clothing to protect against electrical arcs. The standard includes tests for measuring the arc resistance, material flammability, and garment construction. Possible test results include pass/fail for each of these categories.
CE Marking is a label that shows a product meets certain safety and environmental standards set by the European Union. To get the CE Marking, a company must test and certify their product meets these standards. CE Marking is required for many products sold in the EU, including electronics, machinery, toys and medical devices. It helps ensure that products are safe for consumers and the environment, and allows for easy trade within the EU.
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Tegera Welding and Heat Protection Glove 12 pairs
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