Leather welder’s gloves, short

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Shipping costs at engelbert strauss


We deliver free of charge from an order value of 1 250,00 SEK (inc VAT). If your order lies below this value, shipping costs will only total 73,75 SEK (inc VAT).

All packaging costs are borne by engelbert strauss.

48,75 SEK
( inc VAT | ex VAT )

from 12 pair: 46,25

from 120 pair: 38,75

Catalogue No.: 7640520
Delivery time approx. 3-5 working
days
Note

The quoted delivery time in working days does not include weekends or bank holidays. The delivery date of the goods depends on the selected payment type.

Deliveries against prepayment usually be delivered on working days (Monday to Friday) once payment has been received.

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  • EN 388:2003, Mechanical risks, 3122
  • Palm in full calf’s leather
  • Back and cuf in chrome core split leather, welted seams
  • Pulse protection
  • Application areas: Ideal for general welding work
  • Length: approx. 28 cm
  • Size 10
Mechanical risks
Mechanical risks EN 388:2003

Protection gloves of this standard need to protect against physical and mechanical loads such as wear, cuts, puncturing, tearing or felling cuts. These loads can occur when working with metal or wood or any other tasks where hands need to be protected against mechanical injury. Also, they must comply with the regulations relating to electrical conductivity of protection gloves.


Protection gloves for mechanical risks must satisfy at least one of the test criteria listed in the table.


Testing Criteria:

Abrasion Resistance: 0-4

Cut Resistance: 0-5

Tear Resistance: 0-4

Puncture Resistance: 0-4


The higher the number (shown with an X below the icon in the example), the better the test result.

Leather
  • Wear-resistant
  • Sturdy and tear-proof
  • Good mechanical protection
  • For heavy-duty work
Leather gloves

Grain leather, also called full leather, is the upper most valuable layer of the leather. It is the former fur side of the skin and can be recognised by its natural smooth surface that makes it resistant to oils, grease and wet. It is also very strong and supple. This means that the sturdy, very wear-resistant grain leather is ideal wherever dexterity is required. Gloves made of upholstery leather are also produced from grain leather.

Good protection against heat and cuts

Heat protection gloves made of leather combine the positive properties of a natural product with good heat protection. Leather is breathable and comfortable on the skin. It is also very wear-resistant. The protective properties, in particular against splashing metal and heat, make leather gloves suitable for a number of tasks.