Vinyl Gloves (Box of 100)
Knitshell Latex Palm Gloves - Orange
Knitshell Thermal Latex Coated Gloves - Orange
Grey PU Coated Cut 5 Gloves
Latex Foam Gloves - Hi-Vis Yellow
Latex Foam Gloves - Hi-Vis Orange
Nitrile Coated Knitted Gloves - Red
Nitrile Coated Inspection Gloves (12 Pairs)
Breathable Nitrile Micro-Foam Gloves
Nitrile Gauntlets with Flock Lining
Black PU Coated Gloves
Waterproof Gloves with Latex Palm
Anti-Impact Latex Cut 5 Gloves
Grey PU Coated Cut 3 Gloves
Max Dexterity Nitrile Gloves
White PU Coated Gloves - Size 9 (12 Pairs)
Vibration Resistant Latex Foam Gloves
Gripper Gloves with PVC Webbing Palm
Canadian Rigger Cowsplit Leather Gloves
Heavy-duty Rigger Cowsplit Leather Gloves
PVC Knitwrist Cotton Gloves - Red
Nitrile Knitwrist Heavy-Duty Gloves - Blue
PVC Gauntlet Gloves 27cm - Red
PVC Gauntlet Gloves 45cm - Red
Welders Gauntlet - Red
Hi-Vis Gloves - Yellow
Work Gloves with Touch Screen Function
Glove Selection Guide
Scan provide a range of gloves for protecting the hands with emphasis on the needs of workers in commercial industries where the combination of good protection and user comfort are main requirements.
This standard defines the general requirements for protective gloves in terms of construction, fitness of purpose, safety, etc.
Standard EN388:2016Providing protection for mechanical risks.
This standard applies to all kinds of protective gloves in respect of physical and mechanical aggressions caused by abrasion, blade cut, tearing, puncture and impact.
2 = Abrasion Rating 1-4
1 = Blade Cut Rating 1-5
2 = Tear Rating 1-4
1 = Puncture Rating 1-4
= 2nd Cut Rating A-F
P = Impact P Pass or Fail
Protection against mechanical risks is expressed by a pictogram followed by a number rating representing test performance against a specific risk. The performance level is from 1-5, where 4 or 5 is the best result. X = not tested. P = Impact test passed.
The level of performance is based on the number of cycles/force required to penetrate the sample.
Abrasion resistance: based on the number of cycles required to abrade through the sample glove.
Blade cut resistance: based on the number of cycles required to cut through the sample at a constant speed.
Tear resistance: based on the amount of force required to tear the sample.
Puncture resistance: based on the amount of force required to pierce the sample with a standard sized point.
2nd Cut resistance: based on the number of cycles required to cut through the sample.
Impact protection: the area of protection is secured over a domed anvil and is impacted at an impact energy of 5J.