Metal Pro, Latex Cut 4 - Pack 12
Metal Pro, Latex Cut 4 - Pack 12

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Metal Pro, Latex Cut 4 - Pack 12

Sale price £67.05 List price £85.30
inc. VAT £80.46

Sold in packs of 12

COMMERCIAL RANGE: CUT PROTECTION

MATERIAL: latex

STANDARDS: EN 420, EN 388, EN ISO 13997, EN 407

CATEGORY: CAT. II

TECHNICAL FEATURES : high resistance to any kind of mechanical action, DuPont Kevlar® aramidic fibre lining reinforced with a flexible steel mesh, excellent dexterity and cut resistance (level 5 of EN 388 and level 4 of ISO 13997)

PALM: crinkled latex

LINING: DuPont Kevlar® aramidic fibre reinforced with a flexible steel mesh

COLOUR: yellow/light blue

PROTECTION: heat /flame protection, protection against cutting“ Level 5, protection against cutting“ special, mechanical protection - heavy

APPLICATION: construction site, building and construction, glassworks, mechanical industry, aluminium frames, metal sheets, steel sheets and bars handling, environmental services

GRIP/AREA OF USE: wet and dry grip

PACKAGING:
G070-D100  1 dozen (12 single packed gloves), 

PLUS: EXCELLENT DEXTERITY AND CUT RESISTANCE

SIZES: 7-11 (S-XXL)

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Choose the best cut-resistant gloves

There are several types of cut-resistant gloves according to the worker™s needs and risks that the glove should protect against. The European standards are strict and help understanding the features of the glove and its levels of protection. EN 388 standard (protection against mechanical risks) describes the procedure to measure the cut resistance: a sharp circular blade rotates through the surface of the glove. The result represents the number of cycles required by the blade to cut through the glove and can be a value between level 0 and level 5. However, the test performed by EN 388 does not reflect everyday work, since it does not take into consideration the real forces that come into play during a normal work, such as when the contact with a cutting tool is stronger than normal or if the workers handle tools that can slip out of their hands by accident. For this reason, EN 388 standard allows testing the glove even with a more severe method: ISO 13997 testing. It uses a straight blade drawn across the glove while it moves along a plain surface. The test result represents the blade force that the glove can resist to: it ranges from 4 (if it resists to a force greater than 13 N) to 5 (if it resists to a force greater than 22 N).

In detail, the norm recommends the ISO 13997 testing for gloves made of high cut-resistance materials, ensuring a REAL PROTECTION.


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