Ejendals Tegera 882 Fully Dipped Fine Assembly Gloves
For assembly line work, your fingers need both freedom of movement and protection. Ejendals Tegera 882 Fully Dipped Fine Assembly Gloves are medium nylon gloves fully dipped in nitrile to provide water and oil-resistance on both sides of the glove.
With excellent flexibility, Ejendals Tegera 882 are suitable for a variety of light to medium work applications.
- 1 x Pair of Safety Gloves
The product code for these gloves is 882.
Sizing Information for Tegera 882 Gloves
Ejendals Tegera Safety Gloves are available in four different sizes. To find the perfect one for you, 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 ||Palm Circumference ||Hand Length |
|Size 7 (Small) ||178mm ||171mm |
|Size 8 (Medium) ||203mm ||182mm |
|Size 9 (Large) ||229mm ||192mm |
|Size 10 (Extra Large) ||254mm ||204mm |
Sizing Tips & Tricks
Ejendals Tegera 882 Gloves provide a snug fit. If you're concerned about tightness, please take your measurements and select one size larger than our table indicates.
Protection Ratings and Safety Standards
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 4 |
|Cut Resistance ||Level 1 |
|Tear Resistance ||Level 2 |
|Puncture Resistance ||Level 1 |
|ISO Cut Resistance ||N/A |
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 ||N/A |
|Contact Heat Resistance ||Level 1 (100°C) |
|Convective Heat Resistance ||N/A |
|Radiant Heat Resistance ||N/A |
|Resistance to Small Molten Splashes ||N/A |
|Resistance to Large Molten Splashes ||N/A |
Key Features and Benefits
- Contact-heat resistance allows safe handling up to 100°C
- Perfect gloves for fine assembly and intricate handling applications
- Slightly stippled texture maximises precision and accuracy
- Excellent water and oil repellent technology
- Synthetic leather doesn't crack or breakdown under UV light and heat
- Sleek and stylish all-black design is timeless
- Foam-nitrile coating enhances grip strength and stability
- Maximum level 4 abrasion resistance rating
- Available in four different sizes for a guaranteed perfect fit every time
What Do Ejendals Tegera 882 Contact Heat Gloves Do To Protect My Hands?
Combining contact heat and across-the-board EN 388 resistance, Ejendals Tegera 882 Fully Dipped Safety Gloves work tirelessly to protect your hands from abrasions, cuts, heat, tears and puncturing. Utilising a robust and durable foam nitrile coating, Tegera 882 Gloves can withstand a great deal of wear and tear before showing any sign of damage.
Contact Heat Resistance
Contact heat resistance is an incredible protection addition for mechanics, automotive professionals and machinists. Ejendals Tegera 882 Safety Gloves have a level 1 rating, which means their palm coating can withstand temperatures up to 100°C.
This makes handling engine parts, tools and heated equipment seamless. Simply pick up, lift, transfer and remove parts that would otherwise scorch, burn and scold your hands using your stylish multifunctional heat-resistant safety gloves.
Synthetic Leather Benefits
Synthetic leather has a number of benefits. It doesn't crack, breakdown under sun and UV light, nor does it bleach when it comes into contact with certain chemicals and solvents, making it an excellent choice for use in rough and ready gloves designed to get dirty.
Innovative Wrist Strap Fastening
Unlike other safety gloves, Ejendals Tegera 882 Gloves use a robust and flexible spandex strap at the wrist to maximise flexibility and bolster support. This is great for fine handling, as it allows the hand to flex and bend in and around tough to reach areas like car bonnets and the inside of machines.
Sleek and Stylish Design
Modelled against the traditional all-black leather glove design brief, Tegera 882 Safety Gloves are sleek, stylish and refined. Their minimalistic design is both lightweight and polished without compromising on the traditional protections that a safety glove offers.
Maximum Abrasion Resistance Enhances Shelf Life
Under EN 388, the maximum abrasion resistance rating is level, which indicates a glove can take a beating before showing signs of wear and tear. Ejendals 882 Contact Heat Gloves have obtained a level 4 rating, demonstrating their shelf-life and their durability in the face of scuffs, bumps, wear, tear and scratches.
Foam Nitrile Coating Benefits
Foam nitrile is an incredibly durable and porous coating. It is unparalleled when working around liquids as it works to absorb and suck up water and oil, preventing slips and drops.
It behaves like a sponge, creating a suction cup effect which leaves the user able to grip tightly onto whatever it is they're lifting. Foam nitrile is also three times more puncture resistant than rubber, making it perfect for use on-site.
Water and Oil Repellent Outer Shell
Working in automotive yards can get messy. Tegera 882 Gloves use treated foam nitrile to ensure grease, oil and dirt don't degrade and break your gloves down when you're handling oil-slick material.
This is ideal for mechanics and machinists, who frequently find their hands cased in grease, grime and other substrates. Tegera 882 Gloves ensure these nasty substances don't compromise the integrity of your grip strength when you're grasping tools and parts.
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