Features and use cases
Quality Level - AQL · 1,5
Length · 0,23 Filter
Cuff Thickness · 0 Filter
Material · Neoprene, Latex, Nitrile
Color · Blue
Surface · Textured, Smooth
Powder · Powder Free
Glove Style · Multi Purpose, Ambidextrous
Fingertips · Smooth, Textured
Cuff Style · Rolled
Weight · 5,3 g
Finger Thickness · 0,15 mm
Palm Thickness · 0,13 mm
- Chemical Resistance
- Food Service
- Medical Protection
- Hand Protection
Standards and labels
EN ISO 374-1:2016/A1:2018
EN ISO 374-1:2016/A1:2018 is a standard that sets the rules for gloves that protect against dangerous chemicals and microorganisms. It says how gloves should be made, what materials should be used, and how they should be tested. Possible test results include how well the gloves keep out chemicals, how long they last and how well they protect the hands. This amendment updates the original standard with new requirements.Specified Requirements Type B
EN 374-2:2014 is a European standard that defines the performance requirements and test methods for chemical protective gloves against microorganisms. It specifies the minimum requirements for gloves to protect against microorganisms. The standard includes test methods for resistance to penetration by microorganisms and possible test results include pass/fail for each requirement.Penetration Resistance Tested
EN ISO 374-4:2019
EN ISO 374-4:2019 is a standard that sets the rules for gloves that protect against dangerous chemicals and microorganisms. It tells how gloves should be made, what materials should be used, and how they should be tested. Possible test results include how well the gloves keep out chemicals, how long they last and how well they protect the hands. This standard focus on the use of gloves against specific microorganisms and chemicals, and specifies the performance requirements and test methods for gloves protecting against viral penetration.
EN 374-5:2016 is a European standard for gloves that protect against microorganisms, specifically gloves that are used for medical and dental procedures. It sets rules for how the gloves should protect against microorganisms and how to test if they meet the standards. Gloves that pass the tests can have a label that says they meet the standard. The test results can be pass or fail for each test that checks the gloves resistance to microorganisms.Micro-organisms Bacteria & FungiMicro-organisms Virus
EN 455-1:2020 is a European standard for disposable medical gloves. It sets out the definition, performance requirements and test methods for this type of gloves. The standard includes requirements for freedom from holes, tensile strength, elongation, packaging, freedom from powder, freedom from protein, freedom from endotoxins, and freedom from pyrogens. Test results can include measurements of the gloves' freedom from holes, tensile strength, elongation, packaging, freedom from powder, freedom from protein, freedom from endotoxins and freedom from pyrogens. This version of the standard includes some changes and updates from the 2000 version.Tightness AQL #,##
EN 1186 is a European standard that specifies requirements and test methods for the safety of materials and articles that come into contact with food. The standard provides a framework for evaluating the safety of food contact materials by establishing guidelines for testing their chemical compatibility with food and determining the potential for migration of harmful substances into food. EN 1186 is divided into several parts, each of which addresses a different aspect of food contact materials. EN 1186-1: General Requirements - This part outlines the general principles for evaluating the safety of food contact materials and articles, including the need for compliance with relevant regulations and standards, and the importance of conducting appropriate testing and risk assessments.
EN ISO 9001:2015
EN ISO 9001:2015 is a standard that sets out the requirements for a quality management system (QMS). It is a set of guidelines that organizations can follow to ensure that they meet customer requirements and enhance customer satisfaction. The standard is based on the plan-do-check-act model and focuses on continuous improvement. It covers the design, development, production, installation, and servicing of products. Organizations can get certified to this standard, which means that they have been independently audited and found to meet the requirements of the standard. The certification process includes regular audits to ensure that the organization continues to meet the standard's requirements.Service Reliability Passed
EN ISO 14855-1:2012
EN ISO 14855-1:2012 is a standard that describes the requirements and test methods for HEPA and ULPA filters used in cleanrooms and other controlled environments. It defines the minimum performance requirements for these filters in terms of their ability to remove particles from the air and sets guidelines for testing filter efficiency. Possible test results include the filter's minimum efficiency reporting value (MERV) and the number of particles at or above a certain size that the filter can remove from the air.
EN 16523-1:2015 is a European standard that defines the performance requirements and test methods for automatic towel dispensers. It sets guidelines for how much towel should come out, how high the nozzle should be, and how hard it should be to activate the dispenser. The test results should show that the dispenser meets these guidelines.
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.
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.
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.
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