Honeywell Cut Resistance Gloves - Vertigo Check & Go Black Nit 5, Model: 2342555
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- Product Code: 2342555
HONEYWELL 2342555 gloves provide anti-puncture quality and enhances the handling with high risk cutting objects. Nitrile foam coating on hands and fingers provides superior abrasion resistance than PU coating. The combination of composite fibre and black spectra yarn successfully meets the increase shear resistance of the glove. The knitted technique gives conforms snugly and good dexterity to hand.
Handling sharp parts in a greasy or oily environment.
- SPECTRA and composite fiber kintted glove
- Black nitirle foam coating on palm
- The knitting technique helps to obtain a glove that confirms snugly to the hand, with good dexterity
- The glove offers maximum comfort and added sturdiness
- The cool Spectra touch gives an added sensation of comfort
- The tight knit (gauge 13) gives the glove perfect support, limits the penetration of dirt and offers a good touch
- The glove's ventilated back and back optmises its breathability
- The Spectra/lycra thread provides outstanding properties againsts cuts
- The nitrile foam coating at the palm and fingertips provides outstanding abrasion resistance
- The composite fiber fully protected by polyamide increase the cut resistance
- Caution! Do not expose this glove to the heat
- Marking of the cut resistance level on top of the glove for a better identification of the protection by safety manager and worker.
- Its black colour enables work in a slighlty soiled environment.
- Automotive and Part Manufacturer
- Building & Construction
- Energy or Electricity
- Glass Industries
- Metal Steel
- Paper Industries
- EN 420-2003 - General requirements
- EN 388-2003 - Mechanical performances
EN 388 - Mechanical Hazards Abrasion Resistance
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WHAT IS EN 388?
You might have noticed that this product adheres to EN standard EN 388. EN standards ensure that the product you are buying meets the safety standards of the European Committee for Standardization (CEN), the highest standards organisation recognised by and working on behalf of the European Union. To pass any EN standard, a PPE product must undergo some of the most rigorous safety tests around.
There are many EN standards that our gloves adhere to. However, the EN standard that we’re concerned about here is EN 388. EN 388 stands for Mechanical Resistance, and informs you of your gloves' resistance to abrasion, cuts, tears and punctures.
HOW DO I READ THE EN 388 SCORE?
Simply speaking, the higher the score that this product achieves, the better the product will be at resisting that hazard. Products will score between Level 0 and Level 4 for abrasion, tears and punctures, and if they weren’t tested for that hazard you will see N/A written instead of a number.
Cuts are a little different and, with the EN 388 standard rewritten in 2016, it means that gloves will either be tested to cut resistance or ISO cut resistance (sometimes called TDM cut resistance). Gloves tested to cut resistance will score between Level 0 and Level 5, and gloves tested to ISO cut resistance will achieve a score between Level A and Level F with the higher letter offering better cut protection.