For more than 35 years, we have been repairing all types puncture and cut protection items made out of metal ring mesh. As far as possible, we only use original spare parts from the individual manufacturers, as this is the only way to ensure repair in accordance with existing standards. However, we ask for your understanding that we can not repair any Asian products for safety and warranty reasons.
We guarantee a professional replacement of your puncture-resistant products. If we also need to get your glove or apron back in shape, send your items carriage free to our address. Only clean items and, for this purpose, clean gloves, aprons and boleros, can be repaired. For large contaminants, a cleaning fee will be charged for the additional effort.
We will repair and return your goods within 8-10 working days.
Our products are certified in accordance with the currently applicable standards and regulations. The labelling of products by pictograms shows the corresponding CE standards and the protective effect and risks. The characters below the pictograms represent the performance levels that the glove fulfils. Depending on the standard, these appear as numbers or letters. For the numbers, the following apply: The higher a number, the better the protection function. If an X is in the sequence instead of a number, it means that the glove is not suitable for that corresponding application. The number 0, on the other hand, means that the equipment has failed that category test.
This standard specifies requirements for the resistance of gloves and arm guards worn to protect against cuts and punctures from hand knives. Our puncture-resistant gloves are tested and certified in accordance with this standard.
This standard specifies requirements for personal protective equipment (gloves and arm guards) used to protect against cuts from powered knives. In addition, the test methods used are described in detail.
Our puncture-resistant gloves are tested and certified in accordance with this standard.
This standard specifies requirements for personal protective equipment (aprons, vests, trousers), used to protect against cuts and stabs from hand knives. In addition, the test methods used are described in detail. Our aprons and boleros are tested and certified in accordance with this standard. The standard states, among other things, that 42% of the body size and 45% of the largest circumference must be protected by the PPE.
Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council on Personal Protective Equipment. The new regulation replaces the previously existing Directive 89/686/EWG. As part of the transition, PPE product manufacturers must consider a number of changed criteria. Some key changes arise from a change in the classification of products as PPE. Cut and puncture-resistant products fall into category 2 (medium risks), as they can not be classified as either category 1 or category 3.
This standard specifies general requirements, such as material properties or performance, and test methods for protective gloves. In addition, it is determined with which information the protective gloves must be marked by the manufacturer.
Protective gloves against mechanical risks. This governs with the requirements, individual test methods and final marking of protective gloves, with regard to the mechanical risks of abrasion, cutting, tearing, puncture and, optionally, impact.
Abrasion resistance (0-4): The number of test runs required to wear through the glove is measured.
Cut resistance (A-F): TDM cut resistance test of a protective glove in accordance with EN ISO 13997. The number of test runs required to cut through the glove is measured.
Tear strength (0-4): The strength required to tear through the glove is measured. The test pattern is torn through at 1 cm. Now it is clamped in a tensile force machine. How much force is needed to further tear open the already torn glove.
Puncture resistance (0-4): The strength required to puncture the glove is measured. A test nail is pressed onto the test pattern. How much force is needed until the glove material is punctured.
This European standard specifies the requirements for protective gloves against cold (protection of hands against convective and contact cold up to -50°C).
Convective cold: Here, the thermal insulation of the glove is measured. Performance levels 0-4 may be scored.
Contact cold: This means the thermal resistance of the glove material in direct contact with a cold object. Performance levels 0-4 may be scored.
Water penetration: There are no performance levels classified in this category. The test is only passed or not passed. It passes if the glove is not penetrated from the outside for over 30 minutes.
ANSI/ISEA 105 (“American National Standard for Hand Protection”) is a US standard. In accordance with ANSI/ISEA 105, gloves and other cut-resistant clothing are classified in accordance with a uniform numerical evaluation scheme in accordance with their mechanical, thermal and chemical protective properties, their finger flexibility as well as other properties. Cut resistant gloves that an ANSI level specified have been tested to American standard. According to this standard, 9 different levels of cut resistance may be scored (Levels A-F).