Ejendals Tegera Infinity 8812 Level D Cut Resistant Gloves
Ejendals Tegera Infinity 8812 Level D Cut Resistant Gloves are a pair of highly cut-resistant work gloves manufactured against a lightweight and flexible design specification. If this wasn't enough, they also boast contact-heat resistance to material with a temperature not exceeding 100°C, making them a no-brainer for mechanics, HVAC work, heated installation and metalwork.
- 1 x Pair of Cut-Resistant Gloves
Sizing Information for Ejendals Tegera Heat-Resistant Safety Gloves
Ejendals 8812 Cut-Resistant Safety Gloves are available in five different sizes. To find the perfect one for you, simply measure your palm circumference (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 ||178mm ||171mm |
|Size 8 ||203mm ||182mm |
|Size 9 ||229mm ||192mm |
|Size 10 ||254mm ||204mm |
|Size 11 ||279mm ||215mm |
Who Can Use the Tegera Metal Handling Gloves?
Their lightweight design and intuitive combination of cut and heat-resistance makes Ejendals Tegera 8812 perfect for:
- Machine Operation
- Building and Construction
- Glass Work
- Automotive Work
How Do Ejendals Tegera Cut and Heat Resistant Gloves Protect My Hands?
If Level D cut-resistance and heated handling protection weren't enough for you, we've included a detailed list of how Ejendals Cut-Resistant Gloves keep your hands safe below:
- Contact Heat
- Contact Burns
- Scuffs and Scratches
Protection Ratings and Safety Standards
EN 388: Mechanical Resistance
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.
|Standard ||Resistance Rating |
|Abrasion Resistance ||Level 4 |
|Cut Resistance ||N/A |
|Tear Resistance ||Level 4 |
|Puncture Resistance ||Level 3 |
|ISO Cut Resistance ||Level D |
EN 407: Heat Resistance
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 safe for handling material with a temperature not exceeding 100°C
- Brilliant level D cut-resistance is great for handling jagged and abrasive material
- Maximum Level 4 tear and abrasion resistance prolongs shelf life dramatically
- Nitrile coating works tirelessly to bolster grip strength
- Brilliant for metalwork, glass handling and automotive work
- CRF cut-safe fabric guards against scuffs and scratches
- Slender design is lightweight and flexible for fine handling
- Resistant to oil, grease and grime
- Available in five different sizes
Great Cut-Resistance Rating
If you're in the market for gloves that let you handle metal, glass and other medium-to-high risk sharp materials, look no further. A Level D rating is great for shielding the hand against abrasive edges, metal and other sharp objects commonly found in fitting and installation applications.
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Safely Handle Heated MAterial
Ejendals Tegera Heat-Resistant Gloves allow the user to safely handle material with a temperature not exceeding 100°C for up to 15 seconds. This means you can handle, carry, transfer and work with highly volatile material directly without worrying about burns, scolding or damage to your hands.
What Is CRF Fabric?
CRF stands for cut-resistant fibres which are a technology system developed by Ejendals for use in their most cut-resistant gloves and garments. Designed to remain incredibly flexible, it's used in sleek work gloves that are manufactured to preserve dexterity and precise touch without compromising on safety.
You'll find CRF technology in thinner gloves that have a high level of cut-resistance. Gloves that use CRF technology are typically used in automotive, HVAC and metal workshops, where a high degree of protection and fingertip accuracy is required.
Incredibly Tear and Rip Resistant
Boasting the maximum level 4 tear resistance rating under EN 388, Ejendals Tegera Cut and Heat Resistant Gloves show why they're perfect for handling seriously abrasive material. Built to last in the most volatile environments, their Dyneema thread construction holds up brilliantly in the face of cuts, incisions, scuffs and scratches.
MAximum Abrasion Resistance
Abrasion resistance helps protect both your hands and the shelf life of your gloves. Tegera 8812 Cut-Resistant Work Gloves have been awarded a level 4 abrasion-resistance rating, demonstrating their strength in the face of contact with heavy-duty material.
What Are Ejendals 8812 Heat Resistant Gloves Made From?
- Inner Material: HPPE (High performance polyethylene), Nylon, Glass fibre thread, Elastane
- Coating Material: Nitrile, Nitrile foam, Waterbased PU
- Outer Material: Nitrile
- Cuff Style: Textile Knitwrist
- Coating Style: Full-Glove Nitrile Dip
- Grip Design: Foam Grip Pattern
- Glove Category: Category II
- Collection: Tegera Infinity