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Certifications

Size

Glove sizes are distinguished by the colour of the hemming:

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11

Panzerhand® M2

It is a protective, highly durable glove. The glove is a technical improvement of the glove, which has been successfully manufactured since 1983 and is based on patented technology (invention), using current new materials and procedures. Thanks to this new technology, the glove is more durable and more comfortable to wear. To increase protection, the hem is extended by 4 cm. The main uses are mostly where there is a high risk of injury to the hand with a blade, especially in the food industry when cutting meat – the gloves are a cheaper and more pleasant alternative to ring gloves. The gloves can also be used in other industries (e.g. sheet metal production etc.).

Comparison of values according to EN 388

Abrasion resistance:Class 4 (max. 4)
Resistance to cutting:Class 5 (max. 5)
Resistance to further tearing:Class 4 (max. 4)
Puncture resistance:Class 1 (max. 4)
Resistance to cutting TDM test:Class F (max. F)

 

Comparison of values according to EN 407

Thermal contact resistance:Class 1 (max. 4)

 

The glove complies with EN ISO 13997 for surface cutting and achieves excellent results of 75.4 N (Newton). For comparison, 22 Newton is a value corresponding to class 5 according to EN 388.

The gloves comply with the requirements of Regulation 1935/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council for materials and articles intended to come into contact with food. This is evidenced by the relevant certificate.

The gloves do not contain glass fibres, which break when working with and may remain in processed food!

Silvernite variant

The antibacterial version of the Panzerhand M2 gloves contains fibres made by nanotechnology, enriched with silver ions. Silver has an antibacterial effect, and this treatment is permanent. According to EN ISO 20743, the gloves reach the “Red Level”, i.e. they are still antibacterial even after 50 washing cycles. This treatment is highly suitable for work in the food industry.