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uvex rubiflex ESD
Article ID: 60954

uvex rubiflex ESD safety gloves

These extremely light and flexible chemical protection gloves are the perfect choice for guaranteed exceptional wearer comfort and high electric discharge capacity is required in addition to chemical protection. The uvex rubiflex ESD fulfils the requirements for EN 16350:2014 and has forward resistance of < 108 Ohm. This product can therefore be used in areas where explosions are a risk as well as ESD areas.


Benefits overview

  • Anti-static in accordance with EN 16350:2014
  • Ergonomic fit
  • Good mechanical properties
  • Good resistance to many chemicals
  • High water vapour absorption due to the cotton lining
  • Extremely high flexibility
  • Lightweight
  • Applications:
  • Automotive industry
  • Chemical industry
  • ESD areas
  • Paint shop
  • Refineries
  • Sizes:
  • 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11
Features
EN 16350:2014 - Safety Gloves ESD
Safety gloves certified according to EN standard 16350:2014 - ESD safety...
EN 16350:2014 - Safety Gloves ESD
These safety gloves certified according to EN standard 16350:2014 - ESD safety gloves. These protective gloves are suitable for use with explosive atmospheres and ESD-areas. Please notice the user instructions and the EN standard.
Oeko-Tex Standard 100
Safety gloves tested and certified according to Oeko-Tex Standard 100
Oeko-Tex Standard 100
Safety gloves tested and certified according to the criteria for the Oeko-Tex Standard 100 guarantee that no substance is present which might be harmful to human health. Only products who comply with the very stringent requirements and who are constantly tested are awarded the Oeko-Tex certificate. More about (test criteria, certificate research): www.oeko-tex.com
Made in Germany
Product produced and/or developed in Germany
Made in Germany
Product produced or developed in Germany
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EN 388 – Mechanical risks
Norm and performance levels according to EN 388
EN 388 – Mechanical risks
EN 388 Performance levels: Position 1: Abraison resistance (level 0 to 4) Position 2: Cut resistance (level 0 to 5) Position 3: Tear resistance (level 0 to 4) Position 4: Penetration resistance (level 0 to 4)
JKL
EN 374 (1-3) – Chemical risks
A glove is considered to be resistant to chemicals if it attains a protection...
EN 374 (1-3) – Chemical risks
A glove is considered to be resistant to chemicals if it attains a protection index of at least Class 2 (i.e. > 30 min) with three test chemicals.
instructions for use
Please consult the accompanying instructions for use.
instructions for use
For further product information and safety instructions please consult the accompanying instructions for use.