Protective gloves for roofer
Work with sheet-metal with sharp edges
Non-coated textile gloves, with enhanced resistance to cuts. The rough surface gives a better grip.
General manual work involving contact with cement, resins and other products containing sticky or greasy substances
Manual work with risk of minor injuries (from rough timber, sharp metal edges, etc)
Partially-coated textile gloves giving a degree of protection against the rough surfaces of timber, metal edges etc
Work with 2-component resins, paint, varnish and adhesives (protection against accidental contact)
Gloves in pure nitrile. They must be replaced when they have been contaminated by the product being handled. The material of the gloves can be permeated by chemicals after a short period of contact, or it can tear.
Manual work in wet and cold conditions
Manual work in winter and with cold objects
Heavy rough manual work involving contact with cement
Mixing of 2-component resins (epoxy, acrylates, etc)
Gloves resistant to chemical products, manufactured from a variety of materials. The manufacturers usually provide supplementary information on the resistance of the gloves to different chemical products.
Erection works involving wet metal
Gloves partially coated with latex
Warning notice: It is essential to check the resistance of the gloves to specific chemicals by referring to resistance tables
Herein below we give a few guidelines for the use of gloves although we take no responsibility for these recommendations. These guidelines do not replace the analyses of physical and chemical risks at each workplace including proper evaluationof technical specifications supplied by distributors and manufacturers.