Ejendals Tegera 169 Heat-Resistant Welding Gloves
Ejendals Tegera 169 Heat Resistant Welding Gloves are a pair of highly protective gauntlet style welding gloves that use Kevlar and thick reinforced leather to offer incredible protection against burning, flame, contact-heat and molten splash. Designed for extremely hazardous heat-related applications like welding, soldering and blacksmithing, Ejendals Tegera 169 Welding Gloves are essential wear for handling heated material, tools and equipment.
Sizing Information for Ejendals Tegera Heat-Resistant Safety Gloves
Ejendals 169 Heat-Resistant Welding Gloves are available in four different sizes. To find the perfect one for you, simply measure your palm circumference (ignoring the thumb area) and the length of your hand as indicated in the image below.
Once you have your measurements, please consult the sizing chart below to find the correct size for your hand.
|Size ||Palm Circumference ||Hand Length |
|Size 7 ||178mm ||171mm |
|Size 8 ||203mm ||182mm |
|Size 9 ||229mm ||192mm |
|Size 10 ||254mm ||204mm |
Who Can Use the Tegera 169 Welding Gauntlets?
Incredible protection against heat-related hazards make Ejendals 169 Welding Gloves a great choice for any application involving fire and flame. See below for a list of environments we think suit them perfectly:
- Foundry Work
- Fabrication and Metalwork
- Heavy-Duty Applications
How Do Ejendals Tegera 169 Welding Gloves Protect My Hands?
Designed with fire, flame and contact-heat protection in mind, Ejendals Blacksmith Gloves ensure your hands are protected against hazard including:
- Molten Splash
Protection Ratings and Safety Standards
EN 388: Mechanical Resistance
EN 388 is a European regulation governing the sale of gloves used for safety and protection. It determines the gloves' performance when used for protection against mechanical machinery by measuring the fabric's abrasion, cut, tear and puncture resistance.
|Standard ||Resistance Rating |
|Abrasion Resistance ||Level 3 |
|Cut Resistance ||N/A |
|Tear Resistance ||Level 2 |
|Puncture Resistance ||Level 2 |
|ISO Cut Resistance ||Level B |
EN 407: Heat Resistance
EN 407 is a European safety regulation governing the sale of gloves and garments that are resistant to any number of fire, heat and molten related hazards. Please view the table below to find out more:
|Standard ||Resistance Rating |
|Burning Resistance ||Level 4 |
|Contact Heat Resistance ||Level 1 (100°C) |
|Convective Heat Resistance ||Level 2 |
|Radiant Heat Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Resistance to Small Molten Splashes ||Level 4 |
|Resistance to Large Molten Splashes ||N/A |
Key Features and Benefits
- Contact-heat safe touching material with a temperature up to 100°C
- Maximum Level 4 burn resistance prevents ignition and flammability
- Excellent protection against small splashes of molten metal
- Reinforced fingers strengthen grip strength and stability
- Kevlar liner bolsters mechanical hazard protection
- Essential wear for blacksmithing work and welding
- Fireproof fabric means flames will not transfer onto your gloves
- Wide cuff broadens scope of protection at the wrist
- Available in four different sizes
Incredible Heat and Flame Resistance
As one of our number one heat-resistant gloves, Ejendals Tegera 169 Welding Gloves are perfect for any application where contact with heated material is a constant threat. Whether it's working with heated metal, pipework, solder, engine parts or if you're coming into direct contact with fire and flame, Ejendals Tegera 169 Heat Gloves are essential wear.
The fingertips on Tegera 169 Foundry Gloves are reinforced to maximise grip strength and stability. Whether you're grabbing tools, equipment or you're lifting boxes and cargo, rest-assured your fingers wont tire and your grip wont suffer.
Kevlar Liner Bolsters Mechanical Protection
Kevlar has eight times the tensile strength of steel wire, making it one of the most protective synthetic fabrics on the market. Widely used in everything from gloves and garments to bulletproof vests, Kevlar is ideal for welding gloves and gauntlets because it shields the hand against mechanical hazards whilst remaining highly flexible.
CowHide Foundation Fabric
Cowhide is a rugged leather that is unrivalled when it comes to durability and longevity, making it an ideal fabric for use in dirty and greasy environments. Its textured finish is great for handling heavy-duty material and its split-resistant woven fibres prevent breakage and splitting.
What Are Ejendals 169 Heat Treatment Gloves Made From?
- Back Material: Split Cowhide
- Lining Material: Kevlar
- Palm Material: Split Cowhide