PVC cold gloves

prices inc VAT
£6.95
( inc VAT | ex VAT )

from 6 pair: 5.87

from 60 pair: 5.03

Catalogue No.: 7613091
Delivery time approx. 4-6 working
days
Note

The quoted delivery time in working days does not include weekends or bank holidays. The delivery date of the goods depends on the selected payment type.

Deliveries against prepayment usually be delivered on working days (Monday to Friday) once payment has been received.

Deliveries on credit card usually be delivered on working days (Monday to Friday) once the order has been received.

If the goods are embroidered, printed or designed in any way to your specifications, the delivery date will be agreed separately for the specific order.

  • EN 388:2003, Mechanical risks, 4121
  • EN 374-3:2003 - FULL, chemical risks, JKL
  • EN ISO 374-2:2003, Chemicals and Micro Organisms
  • EN 511:2006, Protection against the cold, 111
  • Sturdy, liquid-repellent, roughened, extra thick PVC coating prevents water absorption, keeping the gloves supple even at sub-zero temperatures
  • Polyurethane foam insulation ensures additional warmth and wearing comfort
  • Water-repellent lines keeps sweat from the hands
  • Application areas: Ideal for working outdoors with chemicals and at low temperatures
  • Length: approx. 30 cm
Mechanical risks
Mechanical risks EN 388:2003

Protection gloves of this standard need to protect against physical and mechanical loads such as wear, cuts, puncturing, tearing or felling cuts. These loads can occur when working with metal or wood or any other tasks where hands need to be protected against mechanical injury. Also, they must comply with the regulations relating to electrical conductivity of protection gloves.


Protection gloves for mechanical risks must satisfy at least one of the test criteria listed in the table.


Testing Criteria:

Abrasion Resistance: 0-4

Cut Resistance: 0-5

Tear Resistance: 0-4

Puncture Resistance: 0-4


The higher the number (shown with an X below the icon in the example), the better the test result.

Chemical risks - full
Chemical risks - full EN 374-3:2003

Full chemical protection gloves primarily aim to protect the hands against chemicals. They are assigned to the PSA Category III. Due to the infinite range of chemicals, there is no one specific glove that will offer protection against all liquids. Instead, the best product must be selected for the task at hand. Full chemical protection has a protection index of at least 2, i.e. a permeation time > 30 minutes for at least 3 of 12 statutory defined test chemicals. (Permeation = penetration on a molecular level).


Gloves marked with a conical flask offer full chemical protection. The chemicals against which the gloves offer protection are identified with a letter below the pictogram.


engelbert strauss offers an extensive range of butyl rubber gloves, nitrile gloves and many different rubber gloves.


Full chemical protection:

The tested chemicals are stated by means of a letter below the logo.


Testing Criteria:

A- Methanol

B- Acetone

C- Acetonitrite

D- Di-chloromethane

E- Carbon disulphide

F- Tuluol

G- Diethylamine

H- Tetrahydrofuran

I- Ethyl acetate

J- N-Heptane

K- Sodium hydroxide 40 %

L- Sulphuric acid 96 %

Chemical risks - microorganisms
Chemical risks - microorganisms EN 374-2:2003

It is usually assumed that protection gloves that withstand penetration in the test, offer effective protection against bacteria and fungi. However, because many viruses are much smaller than bacteria and fungi, these protection gloves may offer inadequate protection in practical fields.


A protection glove that is resistant to bacteria is a watertight glove that has a maximum AQL value of 1.5 in the permeability test. The AQL value (AQL = Acceptable Quality Level) reflects a given limit or the minimum quality requirement.


In general, the lower the AQL value, the better the quality of the protection gloves.


Protection against microorganisms:

Gloves bearing this logo are resistant to various microorganisms (depends on model)

Protection against the cold
Protection against the cold EN 511:2006

When selecting protection gloves for work in the cold, the tasks and also the environmental conditions (humidity, ambient temperature) must be taken into account, because if the gloves become wet, they may lose their insulating properties. Likewise, the protection gloves should remain flexible in these conditions and not lead to hand fatigue, even in extreme temperatures.


Winter work gloves against the cold should offer protection against both convective cold and direct contact, i.e. with cold objects. In both cases, 4 is the highest performance level.


Checking that the gloves are waterproof is voluntary. There are two values for this: 0 and 1. If after 30 minutes no water has penetrated, the gloves are marked with the value 1.


engelbert strauss offers both waterproof and also winter work gloves for optimum protection against the cold.


Testing Criteria:

Convective Cold Resistance: 0-4

Contact Cold Resistance: 0-4

Water Permeability: 0-1


The higher the number (shown with an X below the icon in the example), the better the test result.

PVC coating
  • Liquid-repellent
  • Ideal for handling oils and grease
  • Wear-resistant
  • For rough work
  • Good wet and oily grip
Winter gloves

These are gloves specially designed for cold winter days; they satisfy specific work requirements and keep the hands warm thanks to a variety of materials.


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