0 0
We use cookies to provide you our services to the full extent. More to this in our privacy policy . The usage of cookies can be accepted by using our website or disagreed here.
Reference person
Marcel Fischer
+49 (0) 22 71 - 47 77-52
mf@asatex.de
Product number: 3480
PPE category: Cat. II
Norm: EN 407:2004 X.1.X.X.X.X
Norm: EN 388:2016 3.1.2.1.X
Graduation: 7 Gauge
Product number: ADLER-C
Material: Cow grain leather
PPE category: Cat. II
Norm: EN 388:2016 2.1.3.3.X
Standard: EN 420:2003
Product number: HIT091
Material: 98 % Polyamide, 2 % Cotton
Norm: EN 388:2016 4.1.3.1.X
Coating: Nitrile microfoam
Graduation: 15 Gauge
Product number: FALKE-C
Material: Cow split leather
PPE category: Cat. II
Norm: EN 388:2016 3.1.3.3.X
Standard: EN 420:2003
Product number: 03400
Material: 100 % Cotton
Norm: EN 388:2016 4.1.1.1.X
Coating: Nitrile
Product number: 3701
Material: 100 % Polyamide
Norm: EN 388:2016 3.1.3.1.X
Coating: PU (polyurethane)
Product number: HIT099
Material: 98 % Polyamide, 2 % Elastane
Norm: EN 388:2016 4.1.3.1.X
Coating: Nitrile microfoam
Graduation: 15 Gauge
Product number: E091
Material: Polyamide, Elastane
Norm: EN 388:2016 4.1.3.1.X
Coating: Nitrile microfoam
Graduation: 13 Gauge
Product number: 88PAWA
Material: Pig grain leather
PPE category: Cat. II
Norm: EN 388:2016 4.1.1.2.X
Standard: EN 420:2003
Product number: CONDOR-T
Material: 98 % Polyamide, 2 % Elastane
Norm: EN 388:2016 4.1.2.1.X
Coating: Nitrile microfoam
Graduation: 18 Gauge
Product number: FALKE-G
Material: Cow split leather
PPE category: Cat. II
Norm: EN 388:2016 3.1.4.3.X
Standard: EN 420:2003
Product number: 3721E
Material: Polyethylene (HDPE), Polyamide, Elastane, Glass fibre
Norm: EN 388:2016 4.X.4.2.C
Coating: PU (polyurethane)
Graduation: 13 Gauge

Gloves

For many jobs we do our hands are of great importance. 27 bones, 36 joints, 39 muscles and several thausands receptors are the key for our hands to be our most important, but also a very sensitive tool.

Because of the multitde of risks in our working environment every third accident at work causes an injury of a hand (DGUV, 2015). Most of the time these are superficial lacerated wounds as well as cut and puncture injuries. Aside from such mechanical threats there are also chemical and thermal risks to keep in mind.

When fine motor skills are needed, you should pay attention that the gloves keep the power effort on the same level to avoid fatigue.

To protect you against these threats, we develop and produce protective gloves for several areas of use. No matter if you need gloves for assembly, for welding, for use with chemicals and many others:

Here you will find the gloves for more safety at your workplace.