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W43NBG


Thermal Seamless Gloves

  • Thermal NBR coated seamless gloves.
  • 15G polyester shell with acrylic lining.
  • Black sandy palm coating over blue.

Heat Resistant

Water Resistant

Abrasion

Cold Resistant

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EN 388:2016+A1:2018

EN 511

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  • Test Conducted:
  • • EN 388:2016 + A1:2018
  • 4 ABRASION RESISTANCE: The material is subjected to abrasion by a sandpaper under a determined pressure. The protection level is indicated on a scale of 1 to 4 depending on the number of turns required until a hole appears in the material. The higher the number is, the better the resistance to abrasion.
  • 2 CUT RESISTANCE, COUP TEST: The cut protection is tested. A knife is passed over the glove material until it cuts through. The protection level is given by a number between 1 and 5, where 5 indicates the highest cut protection. If the material dulls the knife during this test, the cut test ISO 13997(TDM test) shall be performed instead.
  • 4 TEARING STRENGTH: The force required to tear the glove material apart is measured. The protection level is indicated by a number between 1 and 4, where 4 indicates the strongest material.
  • 2 PUNCTURE RESISTANCE: Based on the amount of force required to puncture the material with a tip. The protection function is indicated by a number between 1 and 4, where 4 indicates the strongest material.
  • X CUT RESISTANCE, TDM TEST ISO 13997: If the knife gets dull during the coup test, see point 2, this test shall be performed instead. The result is given by a letter, A to F, where F indicates the highest level of protection. If any of these letters is given, this method determines the protection level instead of the coup test.
  • • EN 511:2006
  • X CONVECTIVE COLD: This test will indicate how well a glove will insulate and maintain your hand temperature against the surrounding cold air. A mannequin hand is heated to body temperature, this is enclosed in a chamber which has a fan that blows air over the glove set to 20ºC lower than the gloved hand, the power required to maintain the hand temperature is taken. The higher the power requirement, the lower the thermal resistance of the glove which is shown with a lower Convective cold score. 0 to 4.
  • 2 CONTACT COLD (conduction) this test is a measurement of the Thermal Resistance (R) of the glove, It will give you a guide of the heat transfer when the glove is holding a cold object, i.e lifting boxes in a freezer. The test for Contact Cold places the glove material between two metal plates which are at different temperatures. The temperature drop is measured across the test glove material and used to calculate its thermal resistance.
  •  X WATER PENETRATION TEST: The glove is submerged in water for 30 minutes, if water passes through to the inside it will class as a Fail shown with 0, if after 30 minutes the water hasn’t penetrated to the inside, the glove will score a Pass shown as 1
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    Product Features

    ABOUT THE DESIGN

    USEFUL IN THESE INDUSTRIES

    CONSTRUCTION

    REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE

    PETROCHEMICAL

    MATERIAL HANDLING

    Product Details

    Tests

  • Test Conducted:
  • • EN 388:2016 + A1:2018
  • 4 ABRASION RESISTANCE: The material is subjected to abrasion by a sandpaper under a determined pressure. The protection level is indicated on a scale of 1 to 4 depending on the number of turns required until a hole appears in the material. The higher the number is, the better the resistance to abrasion.
  • 2 CUT RESISTANCE, COUP TEST: The cut protection is tested. A knife is passed over the glove material until it cuts through. The protection level is given by a number between 1 and 5, where 5 indicates the highest cut protection. If the material dulls the knife during this test, the cut test ISO 13997(TDM test) shall be performed instead.
  • 4 TEARING STRENGTH: The force required to tear the glove material apart is measured. The protection level is indicated by a number between 1 and 4, where 4 indicates the strongest material.
  • 2 PUNCTURE RESISTANCE: Based on the amount of force required to puncture the material with a tip. The protection function is indicated by a number between 1 and 4, where 4 indicates the strongest material.
  • X CUT RESISTANCE, TDM TEST ISO 13997: If the knife gets dull during the coup test, see point 2, this test shall be performed instead. The result is given by a letter, A to F, where F indicates the highest level of protection. If any of these letters is given, this method determines the protection level instead of the coup test.
  • • EN 511:2006
  • X CONVECTIVE COLD: This test will indicate how well a glove will insulate and maintain your hand temperature against the surrounding cold air. A mannequin hand is heated to body temperature, this is enclosed in a chamber which has a fan that blows air over the glove set to 20ºC lower than the gloved hand, the power required to maintain the hand temperature is taken. The higher the power requirement, the lower the thermal resistance of the glove which is shown with a lower Convective cold score. 0 to 4.
  • 2 CONTACT COLD (conduction) this test is a measurement of the Thermal Resistance (R) of the glove, It will give you a guide of the heat transfer when the glove is holding a cold object, i.e lifting boxes in a freezer. The test for Contact Cold places the glove material between two metal plates which are at different temperatures. The temperature drop is measured across the test glove material and used to calculate its thermal resistance.
  •  X WATER PENETRATION TEST: The glove is submerged in water for 30 minutes, if water passes through to the inside it will class as a Fail shown with 0, if after 30 minutes the water hasn’t penetrated to the inside, the glove will score a Pass shown as 1
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