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EN 420: This standard defines the general requirements for glove design and construction, innocuousness, comfort and efficiency, marking and information applicable to all protective gloves.

 

SIZE AND DIMENSIONS AS PER STANDARD EN420
       
 SIZE   Palm  Circumference Palm Length
 Glove Length
 6  152   76   220
 7  178   90   230
 8  203  102  240
 9  229  115  250
 10  254  127  260
 11  279  140  270

EN 407: This standard specifies the test methods and the general requirements, the classification and the marking of gloves for protection against heat and/or fire (flames, contact heat, convective heat, radiant heat, small metal splashes or large projections of molten metal).


EN 374 This standard specifies the capability of gloves to protect the user against chemicals and/or micro-organisms. To carry the chemical pictogram, products must now meet at least level 2 of EN 374-2 as well as a performance level 2 when tested against three of the following chemicals;


EN 374-1: 2003 - Protective Gloves against micro-organisms and chemical risks
EN 374-1: 2003  - Terminology and required performances
EN 374-2: 2003 - Resistance to penetration (1 to 3)
EN 374-3: 2003 - Resistance to permeation (0 to 6)

EN 511 This standard applies to any pair of gloves used to protect the hands against convective and contact cold down to –50 °C.