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Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS

 

  GLOVES
The directive defines 3 categories of personal protective equipment depending on the risk run by the user:
CE
CATEGORY 1
MINOR RISKS : category 1
Simple design equipment for minor risks whom effects have no consequence on the user safety or are easily reversible. Equipment from this category requires a self-certification by the manufacturer. An equipment from category 1 brings a basic comfort and it is compulsory to use an equipment from category 2 or 3 if the work presents the least danger.
CE
CATEGORY 2
INTERMEDIARY RISKS : Catégorie 2
Equipment for intermediary risks which requires tests in conformity with European standards and of a type check delivered by an authorised laboratory. 
CE
CATEGORY 3
SERIOUS OR IRREVERSIBLE RISKS : Category 3
Equipment for serious, irreversible or deadly risks which are submitted to the same tests than the equipment of category 2 completed by a compulsory production quality control : either by a quality guarantee system (samples taken at random by an authorised organism), or by a controlled quality assurance system (system controlled by an authorised organism).

 

Pictograms The mark of gloves in accordance with European Standards
Most of European standards concerning protective gloves are represented by a shield-shaped pictogram (facing risk protection symbol) associated with a list of performance levels obtained at one or several tests in laboratory.
EN 388

STATIC ELECTRICITI
EN 511 

RISK BY COLD
EN 388

MECHANICAL RISK
EN 421

IONIZING RADIATION
EN 374 (T1 do T3)

CHEMICAL RISKS
EN 407

THERMAL RISKS HEAT AND FIRE
EN 60903
INSULATING GLOVES TO WORKS OVER ELECTRIC TENSION
EN 388

RESISTANCE TO CUTTING
EN 374

MICRO-ORGANISMS RISKS
 
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