Ejendals Tegera Infinity 8810 Cold Insulation Gloves

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  • Anatomically designed gloves for all-round work
  • Suitable for dry, dirty and cold environments
  • Protect against mechanical and thermal hazards
  • Price is per pair of gloves
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Brand:  Ejendals Tegera Infinity
Glove Type:  Reusable
Level of Cut Resistance:  2
Contact Heat Resistance:  100°C

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Ejendals Tegera Infinity 8810 Cold Insulation Gloves

The Ejendals Tegera Infinity 8810 Cold Insulation Gloves are anatomically designed gloves, protective against most mechanical risks, contact heat and cold. This makes them the perfect choice for a broad range of applications, especially working in dirty and cold environments.

Key Information

  • Glove Code: 8810
  • EN 388:2016 4221
  • EN 407:2004 X1XXXX
  • EN 511:2006 X2X
  • Supplied as a pair
  • Size Range: 8 - 11

Resistance of the Ejendals Tegera Infinity 8810

The Tegera Infinity 8810 are designed to protect against mechanical and thermal hazards. To ensure the highest levels of performance, they have been tested in accordance with European standards. Please find the results below:

EN 388

Property Resistance Level
Abrasion Resistance Level 4
Cut Resistance Level 2
Tear Resistance Level 2
Puncture Resistance Level 1

EN 407

Property Resistance Level
Burning Behaviour N/A
Contact Heat Level 1
Convective Heat N/A
Radiant Heat N/A
Small Molten Metal N/A
Large Molten Metal N/A

EN 511

Property Resistance Level
Convective Cold Resistance N/A
Contact Cold Resistance Level 2
Water Permeability N/A

Applications of the Tegera Infinity 8810 Cold Insulation Gloves

These anatomically designed gloves provide excellent protection against abrasions, cuts and tears. Moreover, they withstand contact heat up to 100°C, and are approved for handling foodstuffs. This makes them suitable for a broad range of applications, which includes, but is not limited to:

  • Airport work
  • Building and construction
  • Carpentry
  • Installation work
  • Logistics
  • Machine operating
  • Maintenance, repair and operations (MRO)
  • Repair work
  • Transport work
  • Utilities
  • Warehouse work

What Materials Are These Cold Insulation Gloves Made Of?

The Tegera Infinity 8810 Gloves have the following material composition:

  • Liner: Acrylic, nylon, spandex
  • Dipping: Nitrile foam/water-based polyurethane
  • Lining: Fleece

Sizing of the Tegera Infinity 8810 Cold Insulation Gloves

The Tegera Infinity 8810 are available in a range of sizes, meaning that you should be able to find the size that's right for you. To measure your hand, measure the circumference of your hand around the knuckles, with your hand open and your fingers together as seen in the image below.

Hand Measurement Chart

Size Circumference (mm) Length (mm)
Size 8 203mm 182mm
Size 9 229mm 192mm
Size 10 254mm 204mm
Size 11 279mm 215mm

Features and Benefits

  • Anatomically designed gloves for all-round work
  • Approved for handling foodstuffs
  • Withstand contact heat up to 100°C
  • Suitable for dirty, cold and dry environments
  • Prevent risk of:
    • Abrasion injuries
    • Blisters
    • Chapping
    • Drying out
    • Grazes
    • Lacerations
    • Scratches

Documentation for the Ejendals Tegera Infinity 8810 Cold Insulation Gloves

Conformity Statement Instructions for Use
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Delivery

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The estimated delivery time for this item is usually 1-3 working days when ordered before 14:00, Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays).

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UK Delivery Charges

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What is EN 388?

You might have noticed that this product adheres to EN standard EN 388. EN standards ensure that the product you are buying meets the safety standards of the European Committee for Standardization (CEN), the highest standards organisation recognised by and working on behalf of the European Union. To pass any EN standard, a PPE product must undergo some of the most rigorous safety tests around.

There are many EN standards that our gloves adhere to. However, the EN standard that we’re concerned about here is EN 388. EN 388 stands for Mechanical Resistance, and informs you of your gloves' resistance to abrasion, cuts, tears and punctures.

How Do I Read the EN 388 Score?

Simply speaking, the higher the score that this product achieves, the better the product will be at resisting that hazard. Products will score between Level 0 and Level 4 for abrasion, tears and punctures, and if they weren’t tested for that hazard you will see N/A written instead of a number.

Cuts are a little different and, with the EN 388 standard rewritten in 2016, it means that gloves will either be tested to cut resistance or ISO cut resistance (sometimes called TDM cut resistance). Gloves tested to cut resistance will score between Level 0 and Level 5, and gloves tested to ISO cut resistance will achieve a score between Level A and Level F with the higher letter offering better cut protection.

Where Can I Find Out More?

This is just a brief overview of EN standard EN 388 so you know where you are standing. For further information, you can see the Introductory EN 388 Blog in our Knowledge Centre.

What is EN 511?

You might have noticed that this product adheres to EN standard EN 511. EN standards ensure that the product you are buying meets the safety standards of the European Committee for Standardization (CEN), the highest standards organisation recognised by and working on behalf of the European Union. To pass any EN standard, a PPE product must undergo some of the most rigorous safety tests around.

There are many EN standards that our gloves adhere to. However, the EN standard that we’re concerned about here is EN 511. EN 511 stands for all things cold, and means that your gloves have been tested for their convective cold resistance, contact cold resistance and water permeability properties.

How Do I Read the EN 511 Score?

Simply speaking, the higher the score achieved the better the product will be at resisting the hazard tested. For the first two tests (convective cold resistance and contact cold resistance), the product will achieve between a Level 0 and a Level 4. The higher the score the better the resistance, with a Level 0 score meaning that it failed and an N/A score meaning that the product wasn’t tested for this hazard.

For water permeability the product will achieve either a Level 0 or a Level 1. Level 1 means that the product is waterproof, and Level 0 means that it isn't.

Where Can I Find Out More?

This is just a brief overview of EN standard EN 511 so you know where you are standing. For further information, you can see the Introductory EN 511 Blog in our Knowledge Centre.

What is EN 407?

You might have noticed that this product adheres to EN standard EN 407. EN standards ensure that the product you are buying meets the safety standards of the European Committee for Standardization (CEN), the highest standards organisation recognised by and working on behalf of the European Union. To pass any EN standard, a PPE product must undergo some of the most rigorous safety tests around.

There are many EN standards that our gloves adhere to. However, the EN standard that we’re concerned about here is EN 407. EN 407 stands for Protective Gloves Against Thermal Risks, and informs you of your gloves' resistance to burns, contact heat, convective heat, radiant heat and small and large splashes of molten metal.

How Do I read the EN 407 Score?

Reading your EN 407 score is simple, as each hazard will be provided with a score between Level 0 and Level 4. Level 0 means the gloves failed against that particular hazard, and Level 4 means that they provide the best protection possible against that hazard.

Where Can I Find Out More?

This is just a brief overview of EN standard EN 407 so you know where you are standing. For further information, you can see the Heat Safety Introductory Blog that introduces EN 407 in a simple, easy to read article.

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