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EN 511:2006

EN 511:2006 standard for gloves

Protective gloves against cold

In cold environments it is extra important to protect the hands from cold burns. This standard measure how well the glove can withstand both convective cold and contact cold. In addition, water permeation is tested after 30 minutes.

The first figure shows how well the glove protects against convective cold (performance level 0-4)
The second figure shows how well the glove protects against contact cold (performance level 0-4)
The third figure shows the glove protection against water penetration (performance 0 or 1 where 0 indicates “water penetration after 30 minutes” and 1 indicates “no water penetration after 30 minutes”)
CE standard for gloves

CE Categories

Learn more about Cat. 1, Cat. 2 and Cat. 3.
EN 420:2003 standard for gloves

EN 420:2003

Protective gloves – general requirements and test methods
EN 388:2016 standard for gloves

EN 388:2016

Protective gloves against mechanical risks
EN 407 standard for gloves

EN 407

Protective gloves against thermal risks (Heat and/or fire)
EN 511:2006 standard for gloves

EN 511:2006

Protective gloves against cold
EN 659:2003 + A1:2008 A specialist standard for gloves used in firefighting

EN 659:2003 + A1:2008

A specialist standard for gloves used in firefighting