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Honeywell Jersey Light Gloves - 10DPA001

Light and comfortable work gloves
  • Cotton interlock lining makes gloves durable whilst absorbing perspiration for improved comfort
  • Stretch knit construction improves comfort and support
  • Protect against mechanical hazards and heat contact
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Honeywell Jersey Light Gloves

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Supplied in : One pair
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Honeywell Jersey Light Gloves

  • Brushed fabrics improve heat insulation and comfort
  • Conform to EN 420, EN 388, and EN 407
  • For a greater level of heat protection, see Honeywell Terry Heat-Proof Gloves
  • Protect your workers from radiant and contact heat with our welding gloves


Clothing Size
General Requirements for Gloves (EN420)
Gloves against Thermal Risks (EN407)
Gloves against Thermal Risks Value
Impact Cut Resistance (EN388)
Mechanical Hazards Protection (EN388)
Mechanical Hazards Value
Size Range
Supplied in
One pair


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Legislation EN 407, EN 388, EN 420

Good to know

Protective gloves are divided into three categories, with each category corresponding to a certain type and kind of risk or danger the work gloves should protect against.

Category 1
General purpose gloves best describe this category where simple designs are featured and gloves are meant for minimal hand hazards only. Household gloves, gardening gloves, and other light-duty gloves are just some of the examples. Gloves for protection against warm objects temperature below 50°C also fall under this category.

Category 2
Hazards that go beyond minimal and are irreversible may need more type of hand protection. For these intermediate risks, intermediate gloves with special protection features such as puncture and abrasion resistance (EN 388) are needed. These special work gloves are certified by official organizations or notified bodies whose responsibility it is to issue CE marking to clearly identify the gloves protective capabilities.

Category 3
For tasks with high-level hazards, complex design gloves are used. These work gloves are designed to protect against the highest level of risks such as highly corrosive acids and fire. A Notified Body approved by the EU commission must independently test and certify the hand gloves that fall under this category.

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