DROMEX – Taeki5 CUT5 SEAMLESS KNITWRIST LINER / EN388 454X
• High Abrasion Resistance
• High Contact Protection
• High Cut Resistance
• Colour UV Resistance
• Lint Free & Washable
• 100% Taeki5 fibre • Seamless ergonomic liner
• Composite knitted wrist
* DOUBLE DOTTED (56-MY-2D) • PVC double dotted for better grip
Suitable For Use In:
• Automotive industry• Glass Industry• Steel Industry
Dromex® PU5, lightweight, high mechanical strength, cut level 5 gloves with a PU (Polyurethane) coating provides superior dexterity and grip. The glove has high tear resistance properties protecting the hand against abrasion, cut and puncture hazards. Designed for a multiple range of industries and risks exposure, this is an ideal glove for automotive and component assembly, packaging, warehousing and general handling where toughness and dexterity are needed.
Complies with the requirements of CE type examinations EN420 for innocuousness, • Approved to EN 388:2003 (3,5,4,2)* previous standard and EN 388:2016, (3,4,4,2,C)** revised standard for compliance with regulation (EU) 2016/425 for Mechanical Risks. • Quality System conforms to ISO9001:2015.
* Dromex PU5 EN 388: 2003 is rated at a cut 5 level performance
**Dromex PU5 EN 388:2016 is rated at a cut level 4, and class C performance due to the change of method in cut resistance procedure
Gloves should not be left in a contaminated condition if re-use is intended especially if potential hazards exist. Before removal from the hands excess contaminant should first be removed from the gloves. Should this not be possible, it is advisable to ease left and right hand gloves off using the gloved hand & remove the gloves without the contaminant contacting the bare hands.
Cut 5 gloves have proven that dry cleaning as well as laundering are suitable cleaning methods. We recommend that no bleaching or oxidising ingredients or any fabric softeners be used. Recommended washing temperature is between 40°C and 60°C (104~140°F) with mild detergents. The drying process may cause felting on the fabric surface. Drying temperature should not exceed 70°C (158°F).There is no remarkable impact on cut resistance during the normal life cycle of a glove however, depending on glove construction, staining and cleaning method, the differences in shrinkage, yarn strength and colour may occur.