Honeywell Supertherma Heat-Proof Gloves
- Honeywell gloves made of 100% Kevlar
- Cut and sewn construction with straight thumb
- Heat proof gloves built with triple thick thumb, fingers, and palm for added protection
- 130 mm thick cuffs
- Cuff and back of glove built with double thickness for good forearm protection
- Excellent mechanical and thermal resistance
- Flexible, ergonomic, and easy to use
- Conforms to EN 420, EN 388, and EN 407
- Class 5 Dexterity rating
- Ideal for use in automotive industries, foundries, iron and steel industries, smelting works, metallurgy, and the glass industry
- To see more heat protection gloves, visit Welding & Heat Resistant Gloves
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Brand Honeywell Clothing Size One size Colour(s) Yellow Gloves against Thermal Risks (EN407) Yes Gloves against Thermal Risks Value 43413X Material Kevlar Mechanical Hazards Protection (EN388) Yes Mechanical Hazards Value 2524 Supplied in One pair
Product Guides & Training Tools
EN 420, EN 388, EN 407
Your Guide to EN388 GlovesEN 388 is a piece of legislation which explains the types of mechanical hazards a pair of gloves protect against. Find out more about EN 388 today.
How to Choose Heat Resistant GlovesIf your employees are exposed to heat hazards, it’s important to have good heat proof gloves. Read this guide to find the best heat protective gloves for your workplace.
Good to know
Many people would probably associate the use of Kevlar with bulletproof vests. However, Kevlar is also one of the most common materials used in the production of heavy duty and industrial items such as work gloves.
Developed by the DuPont company in 1965, it is utilized in manufacturing various equipment and supplies, ranging from sports attire to musical instruments.
As strong as steel at the very least, durability, and strength are also among the inherent features of Kevlar fibres. This strong yet lightweight characteristic is one of the reasons why it is so often used in protective garments. As such, Kevlar is ideal for fashioning safety gear such as trousers, jackets, aprons, and of course, gloves.
Among the various types of safety gloves in the market today, Kevlar gloves are perhaps among the most reliable for industrial wear, protecting against the hazards of handling glass, sheet metal abrasives, and blades.
Several types of Kevlar gloves are reversible, which allows them to withstand heavy-duty use more than other gloves. These gloves can be washed and dried repeatedly without wearing out anytime soon.
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