Ejendals Tegera 7780 Cut Resistant Heat Proof Gloves
Wearing the incorrect gloves in a foundry can lead to serious injury. Coming into contact with heated material anywhere without a proper pair of safety gloves on is simply reckless and dangerous. Ejendals Tegera 7780 Cut Resistant Heat Proof Gloves allow for the safe contact and transfer of material with a temperature of 250°C whilst providing across-the-board protection against flame, molten splash and radiant heat.
- 1 x Pair of Heat Proof Gloves
KEY EJENDALDS 7780 FEATURES
- Contact heat resistant to material with a temperature of 250°C
- Across-the-board protection against a range of heat/flame related hazards
- EN 388 mechanical hazard protection against cuts, abrasions and punctures
- Fashionable all white design with a stylish jet black interior lining
- Premium full-grain cowhide leather constitution is both smooth and comfortable
- Dual "under and over" cuff provides two layers of protection at the wrist
- Available in four different sizes for a guaranteed fit
Which Size Is Right for Me?
To find your perfect size, simply measure the circumference of your palm (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 ||Circumference of Palm (mm) ||Length of Palm (mm) |
|Size 7 ||178mm ||171mm |
|Size 8 ||203mm ||182mm |
|Size 9 ||229mm ||192mm |
|Size 10 ||254mm ||204mm |
Suitable Professions for Application
Please see below for a few example professions and environments that we believe suit the unique brand of protection that Ejendals 7780 Gloves offer:
Durable and Long Lasting Design
Ejendals 7780 Gloves are manufactured with heat proof sewing thread to ensure they do not damage under intense temperatures. Their seams are stitched multiple times for reinforcement and they have a reinforced thumb on both hands to bolster grip strength and stability.
Protection Ratings and Regulations
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.
|Standard ||Resistance Rating |
|Abrasion Resistance ||Level 3 |
|Cut Resistance ||N/A |
|Tear Resistance ||Level 3 |
|Puncture Resistance ||Level 3 |
|ISO Cut Resistance ||Level C |
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 2 (250°C) |
|Convective Heat Resistance ||Level 4 |
|Radiant Heat Resistance ||Level 3 |
|Resistance to Small Molten Splashes ||Level 4 |
|Resistance to Large Molten Splashes ||Level 4 |
So What Do These Ratings Mean?
Whilst these numbers may appear confusing, they aren't. Ejendals manufactured 7780 Gloves to marry heat and mechanical injury protection. This combination is vital for blacksmiths, foundry workers, engineers and welders because they require protection against heat and flame and also regularly use tools that can cause cuts, abrasions and punctures.
Contact Heat Resistance
Contact heat resistance refers to the length of time a heated object can be held before your gloves begin to become damaged. Ejendals 7780 Gloves have a Level 2 contact heat resistance rating, meaning material with a temperature not exceeding 250°C can be held, carried and transferred for up to fifteen seconds.
Protection Against Flame
Also called the "flammability test", a protection against flame rating determines how long a piece of material will continue to burn after the ignition source (flame) is removed from contact with it. Tegera 7780 Gloves have a Level 3 rating in this category, meaning they will burn for just three seconds after ignition is removed.
Welding Splash Protection
Welding splash protection is vital for foundry workers, welders and engineers. This fairly self-explanatory test refers to how well a garment protects against small and large splashes of molten metal. Ejendals 7780 Gloves are excellent at this, separately withstanding over 35 small drops and 200g of molten metal before showing damage.
Unique Cuff Style
Ejendals 7780 Heat Proof Gloves use a dual "under and over" cuff style to guarantee wrist protection from heat related injury. Please view the picture below to see how this works:
Cowhide Leather Composition
Cowhide leather is a resilient and durable leather that is used to manufacture resolute and hardwearing safety gloves. The leather used for Ejenalds 7780 Gloves is full-grain, meaning it isn't buffed or sanded down, giving it a natural and authentic patina. Full-grain gloves are built to last, especially once coated and treated for targeted and specific applications.
Declaration of Conformity
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