Ejendals Tegera 8555T Cut Level D Work Safety Gloves
The use of touchscreens on building and construction sites is becoming increasingly prevalent. Marrying an incredible level of all-round protection with touchscreen functionality, Ejendals Tegera 8555T Cut Level D Work Safety Gloves are a pair of lightweight and water-repellent goatskin leather safety gloves manufactured with incredible ISO Level D cut resistance to blades, sheet metal and other highly abrasive material.
- 1 x Pair of Safety Gloves
Which Size Is Right for Me?
When shopping for a safety glove, nothing is more important than finding the correct size for you. Thankfully, doing this couldn't be easier. Simply measure the circumference of your palm (ignoring the thumb area) and the length of your hand as demonstrated in the image below.
Once you have these measurements, please consult the sizing chart beneath:
|Circumference of Palm (mm)
|Length of Hand (mm)
Key Features and Benefits
- Level D cut-resistance for use handling blades, sharps and abrasive metal
- Made with the highest quality goatskin fabric
- Water-repellent leather outer-shell is highly suitable for use during winter
- Touchscreen compatible for seamless smartphone and human machine interface operation on the job
- Across the board EN 388 protection against abrasions, cuts, tearing and puncturing
- High gauge design for a snug feel and dexterous usage
- Dyneema fabric is highly cut-resistant
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.
|ISO Cut Resistance
Incredible Cut Resistance
Level D cut-resistance demonstrates that the Tegera 8555T Gloves can withstand an amazing 22 newtons of downward force applied by a sharp implement before showing any visible signs of damage. This means that blades, metals and other sharp objects struggle to pierce the glove fabric.
Dyneema Fibre Technology
Manufactured on the foundations of the highly successful Tegera 8555 Work Safety Gloves, 8555T Gloves utilise Dyneema Technology to provide top-level cut resistance. Dyneema fabric is 40% lighter than Kevlar and Aramid fibres, making it ideal for applications which demand dexterity and precise handling.
Suitable Applications and Environments
Tegera 8555T Gloves are highly cut resistant without feeling bulky and overbearing. This marriage of dexterity and protection make a glove with a wide range of personal and professional application. Please see below for a few examples:
Whether you're a foreman or a machine operator, the use of touchscreens in on-site applications is unavoidable. Save yourself the hassle of taking off and swapping out gloves by purchasing a pair of touchscreen compatible gloves. Suitable for use with smartphones and human machine interfaces.
Goatskin Leather Fabric
Goatskin has been used in glove manufacturing for centuries. Because of its dense thread structure, it is more durable than cowhide leather and is a lightweight fabric, making it the ideal material for use in glove production. It has a pebble-like texture that feels soft like skin. It is also inherently water-repellent, making it perfect for gloves used during the winter months.
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