SHOWA ATLAS 460 Warm PVC Chemical Gloves. Built to stay flexible in temperatures as low as -20°C, the 460 cold-resistant glove provides superior warmth in cold weather. Its PVC coating protects against oils and chemicals, and the rough grip allows tactile precision when handling small greasy components. The 460 also offers superior wrist protection from harmful substances, and reduces potential exposure to bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
Suitable for: Painting, chemical spray and treatment.
Complies with EN 388 safety standard for protective gloves against mechanical risks: Abrasion resistance 3/4, Cut resistance 2/5, Tear resistance 2/4, Puncture resistance 1/4. EN 420 standard defines the general requirements valid for all protective gloves. EN 374 safety standard for chemical protective gloves. EN 511standard for protective gloves against cold and water. Click HERE to read more about protective glove safety standards.
- Cat. II
- EN 388: 2016 – 184.108.40.206.X
- EN 511: 2006 – 1.2.1
- EN ISO 374-1:2016/Type C – K.L.
- EN ISO 374-5:2016
- Thickness: 1.10 mm
- Length: 300 mm
- Material: Cotton, Fixed insulated acrylic, Seamless knit
Warnings. The choice of a glove with suitable chemical protection depends on the working conditions and environment. The choice must be made by a competent person who knows the exact conditions and characteristics of the gloves. No personal protective equipment provides complete protection and caution should always be exercised in hazardous situations. The levels of protection are given for products in new condition and do not indicate the actual duration of protection in the workplace, as the performance of the equipment is also affected by other factors such as temperature, wear, degradation, etc. Do not use gloves when handling objects at temperatures above 50°C or when handling chemical products. Do not use gloves near moving parts of equipment. All sizes comply with EN 420:2003 + A1:2009 for comfort, fit and mobility. The ideal storage conditions are in a dry and dark room and in the original packaging, in a temperature range of +10º…+30ºC. Damaged product DOES NOT PROVIDE optimum protection and must be discarded. Never use damaged products. Gloves do not require cleaning or maintenance.
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