European Standard for Protective Gloves Against Thermal Risks (Heat and/or Fire)
EN 407:2020 establishes thermal performance levels, testing and classification for protective gloves and other hand protective equipment for professional, consumer or domestic use against heat and/or fire.
NOTE: EN 407-RATED GLOVES MUST ACHIEVE A MINIMUM 10 N TEAR RESISTANCE
(LEVEL 1 REQUIREMENT OF EN 388) TO BE CERTIFIED TO EN 407:2020.
The EN 407 emblem is accompanied by a 6-digit number which makes up the 0-4 performance
rating for each of the following tests:
of Molten Metal
For the latest safety standards, classifications, testing criteria and ratings information, please refer to the appropriate governing body or association.
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