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For humid environments it’s a good idea to wear a pair of water repellent gloves. Unlike the waterproof gloves, the openings between the materials is not sealed.
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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Latex is natural rubber. It has very high elasticity, high durability and very good dry and wet grip.
This glove is available in vendor pack version. They can be sold pair by pair and they come with a handy hook and hang tags to be nicely displayed in the stores. We name these versions as HP and PP.
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.
EN 511:2006 measure how well the glove can withstand both convective cold and contact cold. In addition, water permeation is tested after 30 minutes.