Double Dipped Soft PVC Cold and Chemical Resistant Trawlerman Gauntlet 12"
- Product Code: GR430
- Availability: in stock
- £7.74 inc. VAT
|£9.90 (£8.25 ex. vat)||£9.36 (£7.80 ex. vat)||£8.28 (£6.90 ex. vat)||£7.74 (£6.45 ex. vat)|
Flex Sield BoaFlex Cold and Chemicla Handling Work Gloves
Tough chemical resistant glove with soft flexible cuff.
Made from specially formulated PVC which remains flexible at low temperatures. -20ºC
Double dipped glove with non-slip coating and knitted Acrylic and Wool lining which
gives extra insulation and warmth.
Treated with Actifresh®, an antibacterial agent which helps retard odours and eliminate germs.
Cold working in oily/wet conditions, cold stores, fishing, offshore, petroleum
Sizes available: XL
Mechanical test data in accordance with EN 388
Cold test data in accordance with EN 511
|Convective Cold||Level 1|
|Contact Cold|| Level 2
|Water Impermiability||Level 1|
Chemical data in accordance with EN 374
|30% Sulphuric Acid||>480||6|
Not recommended for use with concentrated corrosive liquids
These gloves are sampled and tested for leakage in accordance with EN 374-I Section 5.1.2 and EN 374-II Section 5.2 respectively
and the results at performance level 3 and inspection level GI are classified as Acceptable Quality Level (AQL) = 0.65
Both new and used gloves should be thoroughly inspected before being worn to ensure no damage is
present. Gloves should not be left in a contaminated condition if reuse is intended in which case gloves
should be cleaned as far as possible. Gloves may be washed with mild detergent then rinsed with clean
water and allowed to dry, ideally with some air movement. Care should be taken when removing gloves
to avoid any contaminant contacting bare skin.
Gloves should be ideally stored in cool dry conditions in the original package and out of direct sunlight.
When stored as recommended will not suffer change in mechanical properties for up to 5 years from the
date of manufacture. Service life cannot be specified and depends on the application and responsibility
of the user to ascertain the suitability of the glove for the intended use.
None of the materials or processes used in the manufacture of these products are known to be harmful
to the wearer.
The results of physical tests should help in glove selection, however it must be understood that actual
conditions of use cannot be simulated and it is the responsibility of the end user and not the
manufacturer to determine glove suitability for the intended use.