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Work gloves

Our range includes various work gloves, from gloves for general use to cut-resistant gloves. In addition, we have various gloves for protection for chemicals, cold, heat, electricity and vibration, and medical gloves for single use. All in line with the applicable regulations.

At the bottom of this page you can read extensively about the regulations concerning work gloves and all standards.

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Categories of gloves


Category 1: Gloves of simple design - for minimal risks

Gloves that fall under category 1 only offer protection against minimal risks or against contamination of the product. The user must be able to easily determine himself what degree of protection the glove offers.

Category 2: Gloves of intermediate design - for medium risks

Gloves in category 2 are designed to provide protection against medium risks. Think of gloves for general work with good puncture, abrasion or cut resistance. These gloves must be tested and certified by a recognized inspection organization (Notified Body).

Category 3: Gloves of complex design - for irreversible or deadly risks

Gloves that fall under category 3 are designed to provide protection against the most severe risks, such as chemicals and certain degrees of heat or electricity. The PPE gloves that fall into this category must be tested and certified by a recognized inspection organization. The manufacturer or importer in Europe must subject these gloves to an EC-type examination and ensure the quality of the end product. The Notified Body that carries out the annual inspection is identified by a number that must be stated with the CE marking.

Arm and hand protection

Arms and hands are important, indispensable tools in the work process that we must be very careful with. The percentage of industrial accidents involving arms and / or hands is more than 50%. Often times, these injuries can be prevented by eliminating or mitigating risks, or through the deployment and proper use of work gloves.

Standards work gloves

The regulation of the gloves starts with the European standard EN 420, which describes the general requirements and test methods. All protective equipment from the main group arm and hand protection is CE approved in accordance with the European EN standards applicable to the application. The most important standards are described below.

  • IN 420: 2003 + A1: 2009: general requirements that gloves must meet.
  • EN 388: 2003: protective gloves against mechanical risks as a result of sanding, cutting, tearing or perforating.
  • EN 388: 2016: protective gloves against mechanical hazards, contains six instead of the four separate performance measurements.
  • EN 374: 2003: protective gloves against chemicals and micro-organisms.
  • AND 407: 2004: protective gloves against thermal hazards (heat and / or fire).
  • AND 12477: 2002 + A1: 2005: Protective gloves for welders: for the manual welding and cutting of metals and for related processes.
  • AND 511: 2006: protective gloves against cold: gloves that protect hands against joint and contact cold down to -50 ° C.
  • AND 421: 2010: protective gloves against ionizing radiation and radioactive contamination.
  • AND IEC 60903: 2003: live work - gloves made of insulated material. This standard contains all requirements for efficient protection against electrical current and does not refer to other glove standards such as EN 388 or EN 374.
  • AND 1149: electrostatic properties, to prevent electrostatic discharges.
  • EN 16350: 2014: protective gloves for electrostatic risks.
  • AND 659: 2003 + A1: 2008: protective gloves for firefighters. The EN 659 standard only applies to protective firefighting gloves that protect hands during normal firefighting, including search and rescue.
  • EN 1082: gloves and armguards against cutting and stabbing injuries by hand knives.
  • EN 455medical gloves for single use; a medical standard that has nothing to do with the PPE directive and is therefore not certifiable. At least not in the way that is known in accordance with the PPE 89 / 686 / EEG guideline.

Safe PPE gloves

The arm and hand protection must provide effective protection against what they are intended for. The work glove must be ergonomically sound. This is reflected in the company by offering different sizes of pbm gloves. In addition, they must comply with the above CE inspections and the safety gloves must be provided with a Dutch manual. 

Customized work glove

Our work gloves are available in different sizes. In order to use the work gloves as safely as possible, the size must be adapted to the user's needs. The correct size of the work glove can easily be determined with the help of a measuring tape. Place a tape measure over the knuckles. Turn your hand over so that the ribbon lies on the inside of the palm. Measure the distance and determine which size you need. 

Man:

International XS S M L XL XXL
Size 6 7 7,5 8 8,5 9 9,5 10 11
Size in cm 16,5 19 20,5 22 23 24 26 27 29

Woman:

International XS S M L XL
Size 4,5 5 5,5 6 6,5 7 7,5 8 8,5 9
Size in cm 15,5 16 16,5 17 18 19 20,5 22 23 24