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There are many levels of cut protection, from thin and flexible gloves with low level of protection to gloves filled with advanced technology for tough situations. Your choice of gloves depends on your mission.
There are different levels of coatings depending on requested properties: palm dipped, knuckle dipped, fully dipped, fingertip coated and/or dots in the palm area. This glove is palm dipped.
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PU is a thin and pliable coating which gives good dexterity, good dry- and wet grip and is still flexible at low temperatures.
This glove is made by material that withstands smaller amounts of sparks. The material doesn’t melt or ignite directly in contact with sparks but are not a substitute for welding gloves.
The touchscreen function makes it possible for you to use your smart phone or tablet, without taking your gloves off.
CE Category 2
Gloves in Category 2 are intended to protect the user from injuries that are not classified like minimal nor very high.
EN 388 measure how well the glove withstands mechanical risks. Since EN 388 was updated 2016, we are showing both the new and the old testing result.
EN 407:2004 specifies demands and test methods for protective gloves that shall protect against heat and/or fire.