Features and use cases
Color · Green
Gauge · 10
Liner Material · Glass, Acrylic, Aramid
Cuff Style · Knit
Glove Style · Knit
Back Material · Glass, Acrylic, Aramid
Coating Material · Chloroprene, Nitrile
Material · Aramid, Chloroprene, Acrylic, Glass, Nitrile
Standards and labels
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.Tear Resistance Level 4Puncture Resistance Level 3Abrasion Resistance Level 3
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 2Heat Contact Level 2Heat Convection Level 3Burning Behaviour Level 4Radiant Heat Level 2
PPE Category 3
PPE stands for "personal protective equipment." PPE Category 3 refers to equipment that is complex and provide the highest level of protection such as powered respirators, SCBA, and full body suits. In Europe, PPE Category 3 must meet certain safety standards set by the European Union, which means that it must be designed and manufactured to protect the user without causing harm. Companies that make or sell PPE must prove that it meets these standards. They also must have a quality management system in place, have to be audited regularly by a notified body and have to have a technical documentation.
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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Traffi ARC FLASH Cut Level D Safety Glove 10 pairs
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