November 19, 2015
It is important to choose the right glove for the right job. It must fit well and protect you against hazards of a task. It must also have excellent grip.
Gloves come in a range of styles/finishes and to suit your working environment and meet industry standards…. But what glove do you choose?
Here are a list of the most common gloves/style/finishes and uses;
EN 420 – General Requirements
EN 12477 – Gloves for Welders
EN 511 – Protection from Cold
EN 388 – Mechanical Risks
EN 374 – Chemical Risks
EN 407 – Thermal Risks Heat & Fire
Thumbs Styles: Wing Thumb – designed for open hand work
Keystone Thumb – designed for precision work
Knitted Wrist – Prevents particles and dirt entering the glove
Safety Cuff – Additional wrist protection
Gauntlet Cuff – Longer cuff for forearm protection
Also available for disposable gloves – Straight cuff, Beaded cuff and Pinked cuff
There are many different materials used in gloves such as;
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