Ejendals Tegera 215 Cut-Resistant Kevlar Work Gloves
Ejendals Tegera 215 Cut-Resistant Kevlar Work Gloves feature cut-resistance and a rough and ready Kevlar lining for great protection in medium to high risk environments. Their soft and supple goatskin leather foundation and reinforced fingertips ensure that precise and dexterous interaction with intricate material isn't a problem either.
Their sleek and slender finger design allows you to softly and delicately pick up, touch and interact with switches, bolts, screws, nails and other lightweight bits of material.
Which Size Is Right for Me?
Tegera 215 Cut-Resistant Safety 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.
Which Applications Suit Tegera Kevlar Cut-Resistant Gloves Best?
A Kevlar lining reinforces a glove so that it can withstand cuts, lacerations, scratches and light incisions. This means you can safely handle volatile and hazardous material in a wide range of different environments, including:
- Glass Handling
- Machine Operation
- Metal Handling
What Do Ejendals Tegera 215 Kevlar Cut Gloves Do to Protect My Hands?
Ideal for protecting your hands against cuts in medium/high risk environments, Tegera 215 Kevlar Gloves also provide protection against:
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.
The EN 388 cut resistance test uses a single sharp implement to repeatedly pressure a glove in order to determine the amount of force required to cause visible and functional damage.
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Key Features and Benefits
- Kevlar liner bolsters cut-resistance rating
- Great medium to high risk work safety gloves
- Uses a patented "Microthan" coating that's diamond shaped
- Better grip means less drops, slips and accidents
- Ergonomically shaped to enhance grip strength
- Level C cut-resistance rating under EN 388
- Reinforced seams greatly improve glove shelf life
- Available in four different sizes
What is Kevlar?
Kevlar is a synthetic material manufactured by DuPont that's comprised of tightly woven aramid fibres which are spun until the bond formed between them is too tight to separate. It is used in cut-resistant clothing and gloves because the lack of gaps between the fibres means a blade cannot easily pierce or puncture it.
What's All the Fuss About?
Kevlar is used in everything from bulletproof vests to safety gloves. It really is one of the strongest synthetic fibres on the market and has a seemingly endless list of applications for protecting the hands and body in the workplace.
Good Cut-Resistance Rating
If you're in the market for gloves that let you handle metal, glass and other medium-risk sharp materials, look no further. A Level C rating is great for shielding the hand against abrasive edges, metal and other sharp objects commonly found in fitting and installation applications.
Think you need even more protection? Take a look below to see some even more cut-resistant gloves:
Once you're there, use this menu on the left hand side to shop by "Level of Cut Resistance" for more options
Innovative Microthan Diamond Grip Palm Coating
Flexible and durable, "Microthan" is backed by years of research into just what maximises grip best when it comes to a glove coating. This ribbed surface prevents slips and drops in damp and wet conditions, preventing accidents and saving your thousands in damaged goods every year.
The inclusion of reinforced fingertips firmly solidifies these Ejendals Cut-Resistant Safety Gloves as medium-risk cut-resistance gloves. By packing the fingertips out with a carefully crafted amount of extra internal Kevlar padding, these gloves go above and beyond to protect against cuts and lacerations and enhance grip strength and stability.
What Are Ejendals Tegera PRO Kevlar Gloves Made From?
- Back Material: Polyester
- Lining Material: Kevlar
- Palm Material: Full-grain Goatskin Leather
- Glove Length: 210 - 260mm
- Glove Colour: Grey/White
- Fastening Style: Elasticated 180°