Mechanical Protection Gloves. Heavy Duty. Unlined Natural Rugger Latex, EN388:2016 3110X, EN420

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Heavy duty, black rubber latex glove, with a rolled open cuff
Smooth Palm, Rolled Cuff, Elbow 40cm length, Smooth palm , 0.7mm ±5 %
Chemical disposal and contact, laboratory handling, unidentified liquid
and powder recycle examination, agricultural pesticide, plywood manufacturing,
plague zone work, fishing, Sandblasting etc..EN388:2016 3110X, EN420..

Dromex® H1 and H2 heavy duty black and orange unlined natural rubber latex gloves are thicker than regular latex gloves making them considerably more durable with high elasticy whilst providing increased protection against punctures and abrasion. These gloves are available in different lengths with an option of either a smooth and crinkled palm finish. Crinkled finish palm and fingers are especially good for grip in wet and oily applications such as handling and assembling of small oily parts and general assembly.The rolled cuffs prevent glove rolldown/rollback and provides drip protection for the forearm.Suitable for use in industrial environments such as mines, hardwares, construction, plumbing and material handling as well as mechanical industries. These thick natural latex gloves are designed to protect hands and arms for special jobs such as chemical disposal and contact, handling laboratory experiment, unidentified liquid and powder recycle and examination, corpse transportation, agricultural pesticide, plywood manufacturing, work in plague zone, fishing, etc.


Complies with the requirements of CE type examinations EN420 for innocuousness and EN388:2016 for Mechanical Risks (3,1,1,0,X).


Gloves should not be left in contaminated condition if re-use is intended especially if potential hazards exist. Before removal from the hands excess contaminant should first be removed.

Should this not be possible, it is advisable to ease left and right-hand gloves off using the gloved hand and remove the gloves without the contaminant contacting the bare hands.

These gloves may then be de-contaminated with mild detergent solution, then rinsed with clean water and dried ideally with some air movement.

In order to maximise the glove life cycle, we recommend the mildest possible cleaning conditions in terms of temperature, chemicals and cycle duration.

Due to a wide variety of possible constructions and combinations with other materials we recommend to always consult your professional cleaning service to determine the best suitable cleaning method.


All industrial waste should be disposed of correctly according to local regulations and good disposal practice. Gloves should be disposed of considering the hazardous substances they were used for. Please consider recycling.