Ejendals Tegera 75 Stainless Steel Fibre Cut-Resistant Sleeve
Reinforced with steel fibre yarn and Kevlar cut-resistant fibres, the Ejendals Tegera 75 Stainless Steel Fibre Yarn Cut Resistant Sleeve is a robust and combative safety sleeve designed to jam the tips of sharp implements in place before they can reach your skin.
See The Sleeve In Action
Please view the video below to see what an Ejendals Tegera Sleeve does to protect you in the workplace:
Please view the sizing information provided below before purchasing to ensure you choose the correct sleeve for you:
|Size ||Sleeve Width (mm) ||Sleeve Length (mm) ||Wrist Width (mm) |
|Medium ||135mm ||420mm ||95mm |
|Large ||140mm ||460mm ||100mm |
|Extra Large ||140mm ||490mm ||100mm |
EN 388 is a European regulation governing the sale of garments used for safety and protection. It determines the fabrics performance when used for protection against mechanical machinery by measuring its abrasion, cut, tear and puncture resistance.
The EN 388 cut resistance test uses a single sharp implement to repeatedly pressure a garment in order to determine the amount of force required to cause visible and functional damage.
|Standard ||Resistance Rating |
|Abrasion Resistance ||Level 2 |
|Cut Resistance ||N/A |
|Tear Resistance ||Level 4 |
|Puncture Resistance ||N/A |
|ISO Cut Resistance ||Level D |
Key Features and Attributes
- Full arm protection against blades, incisions, knives, cuts and serious injury
- Elasticated design allows for easy application and removal
- Kevlar reinforced core jams implement tips in place
- Neatly tucks underneath a safety glove for complete coverage and protection
- Level D cut-resistance provides excellent protection against blades, knives and misfired machine parts
- Gives the user peace of mind that they are protected against mechanical hazards
- Skin friendly fabric doesn't aggravate or flare-up dermatological conditions
- Essential wear for those handling sharp implements and material
- Available in four different sizes
Why Wear a Sleeve?
Firstly, wearing a sleeve is comfortable and easy. You simply slip it on, position it using the flexible thumb cuff pictured below and forget about it. Secondly, the arm contains vital tendons, muscles, veins and arteries that can sever when damaged. This can cause loss of sensation and even use.
Who Should Wear a Sleeve?
Anyone handling material that can cut, cause tearing or abrasions, has sharp edges or is abrasive should consider adding a sleeve to their workwear uniform. The arms are constantly exposed and vulnerable when handling hazardous material. Don't wait for an accident to sort out your protection.
Kevlar is a synthetic material manufactured by DuPont. It is a tightly woven collection of aramid fibres, 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 a gap between the fibres prevents blade and sharp implement tips from piercing or puncturing through it.
Suitable Applications for Use
Please see below for a few example professions and environments that we believe this sleeve suits:
What Does a Safety Sleeve Do?
A sleeve simply slips on, slides underneath the hem of your t-shirt and gloves and provides protection against misfiring machine parts, dropped material, blade tips and any other sharp workplace hazards. It stays fitted thanks to a looped wrist cuff which works to keep the sleeve in place and prevent fabric "ride up".
Stainless Steel Fibre Yarn Construction
Fabrics which are cut-resistant commonly use tiny metal fragments and fibres in their fabric blend. This bolsters and reinforces cut-resistance without making the garment rigid and stiff. The Ejendals Tegera 75 Sleeve uses stainless steel fibre yarn to jam and prevent sharp implement tips breaking through the core construction of the sleeve.
Declaration of Conformity Statement
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