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
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.