TR1 Super Hi-Viz Fingerless Gloves
Glove Safety Features
Abrasion resistant is part of the mechanical risk tests in ANSI 105 and EN 388 for work glove performance requirements. The EN 388 is measured on a 1-4 scale (4 being the most abrasion resistant) and ANSI 105 is measured on a 0-6 scale (6 being the most abrasion resistant). The abrasion resistance test is done by rotating a flat surface against the glove palm material until it is punctured.
Dexterity is the tactile sensitivity (or flexibility) of a glove. In general, the thinner the glove, the more dexterity it has and the easier it will be to handle small objects. The test we use to determine 212 Performance glove dexterity is EN 420:2009. This test measures the smallest stainless steel pin that can be picked up. The smaller the object, the higher the rating on a 1-5 scale.
Impact resistance was recently added to the EN 388:2016 glove safety rating and measures back-of-hand knuckle impact protection. There are three potential ratings that would be included on the EN 388 safety icon: P for passed impact protection test, F for failed impact protection test, and X for not test for impact protection. There currently are no glove impact protection safety standards for ANSI/ISEA.
Need a little breathing room? Try our 212 TR 1. Made with 3 lineman-cut fingers to allow maximum dexterity when dealing with small parts and objects. This glove can take a beating with its impact-resistant knuckle protection and heavy-duty synthetic materials while still providing the tactile sensitivity you need to get the job done.
- Fingerless Design to Enhance Dexterity
- Heavy-Duty, Flexible Impact Knuckle Protection
- Reinforced Palm Material
- Adjustable TPR Closure
- Hi-Viz Coloring
- 4-Way Stretch Back of Hand Material
WARNING! This product will melt when exposed to extreme heat or open flames, posing a risk of serious injury where melted product comes into contact with skin!