- High quality Japanese HPPE.
- Excellent for dry applications.
- Highly durable polyurethane coating.
- Offers excellent fingertip precision.
- Seamless liner with anti-bacterial and moisture-wicking properties.
- Excellent mechanical resistance.
- High filament count for enhanced dexterity and super-soft feel.
- Fully breathable.
- Continuous filament ensures low lint.
Protection against mechanical hazards in respect of physical and mechanical stress caused by abrasion, blade cut, tear and puncture.
4 = Abrasion (Performance Index 1-4)
3 = Blade Cut* (Performance Index 1-5)
4 = Tear (Performance Index 1-4)
2 = Puncture (Performance Index 1-4)
Where 1 indicates the lowest performance. X that the test was not performed or not possible. A 0 rating indicates that during the test level 1 was not reached.
*Gloves should not be used when working with serrated blades.
EN16350:2014 – Electrostatic properties
This standard prescribes the following test conditions and minimum requirements for the electrostatic properties of protective gloves:
- The contact resistance of a glove must be less than 100 megaohms (Rv < 1.0 x 108 Ω)
- DIN EN 1149-2:1997 regulates contact resistance
- The atmosphere during testing for contact resistance must constitute an ambient temperature of 23°C (± 1°C) and have relative humidity of 25% (± 5%)
- Five tests will be conducted and each measurement must be within the threshold values