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EN 420:2003

PROTECTIVE GLOVES – GENERAL REQUIREMENTS AND TEST METHODS

This standard defines the general requirements valid for all protective gloves and sets requirements for glove marking.

The glove itself shall not be a risk to wear or cause injuries to the user.

The glove material shall have a pH value between 3,5 and 9,5.

The Chrome VI level in the glove leather must stay at 2,9 mg/kg or below.

If the glove contains any substances known to cause allergic reactions, it shall be stated in the product information.

The glove sizes are standardized according to minimum length.

EN 420:2003 has no pictogram.

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